JACQUELINE Jossa, Scarlett Moffatt and Laura Whitmore shared incredible photos of their dramatic transformations today as they celebrated the end of the decade.
A flurry of stars joined in the decade challenge on Instagram on New Years Eve – and some revealed they had changed far more than others.
Soap actress Jacqueline Jossa has had a bumper decade in her professional life.
She rose to fame on EastEnders as unruly Lauren Branning and went on to be crowned Queen of the Jungle in I'm A Celeb.
The 27-year-old star slammed trolls who once called her fat on the BBC soap, but praised her two kids with husband Dan Osborne as she reflected on the past 10 years.
She said: "I used to hate this picture so much I got trolled so so badly, 'the new fat Lauren branding' … I admit I really hate the hair cut now, but jeez ppl can be mean, and to a 17 year old girl, words hurt a lot!
"Still 10 years on, I done 7 years on the show of my dreams and had 2 beautiful children … Feeling overwhelmed and so lucky, thanks a million."
Irish stunner Laura Whitmore, 34, rose to fame on MTV ten years ago and she has just bagged the most coveted job on telly – hosting Love Island.
Laura wrote alongside her decade challenge: "2009 V 2019 the scariest thing about these two pictures is I feel the exact same. Still curious, still feeling overwhelmed at times – that I’m completely blagging it and that it’s all a big rollercoaster.
"Despite all the madness of the last decade, all achievements and failures, ups and downs I’m still that girl that is excited by life ❤️ One major thing that HAS changed in the last 10 years though … the camera quality of my mobile phone. #endofadecade"
Presenter Scarlett Moffatt has had a roller-coaster year, having quit I'm A Celeb: Extra Camp before being dropped from Saturday Night Takeaway.
But the bubbly Geordie had cause to celebrate after she moved into her first home with her new boyfriend Scott Dobinson.
Sharing her decade challenge on Instagram, the former Gogglebox star said today: "So many highs and lows, I wish I could have told 19 year old me to just trust that life has a plan and it’ll all work out in the end.
"My new year resolutions this year is to spend even more time with loved ones, to learn how to drive, to be healthier and put better food into my body as it’s getting old now ha."
Wayne and Coleen Rooney
Former England ace Wayne and glamorous WAG Coleen started off the decade with one son and now have four.
The pair have battled through their ups and downs and stayed together, with Wayne telling his followers alongside his photos today: "Start of the decade, End of the decade. It’s been a busy one"
Jacqueline Jossa's reality star husband Dan Osborne, 27, skirted around his threesome scandal as he shared his decade challenge snaps on Instagram.
He said: "How things can change in a decade I was 18/19 in the first picture, now 28 and a lot has changed, I’ve turned into 4! Haha.. lots of ups and downs in the past 10 years..
"Been through some tough times but also had some amazing times! Done amazing things that I never thought I would do, also done things that I shouldn’t have done, but I’m living and I’m growing as a person and ending this decade with a beautiful wife and 3 incredible children!"
Reality beauty Holly Hagan might look completely different, but she showed she's still a party girl at heart.
She shared incredible 'then and now photos' and an inspiring message to fans.
Holly, 27, told them: "I’ve never classed myself as a role model but I do hope that by allowing my life to be filmed for the past 9 years you can see that throughout all the struggles, the rejection, the heartbreak.
"That no matter who you are, you can have a happy ending."
The cheeky Scot was an unknown comedian ten years ago.
But he's now preparing to jet to South Africa with stunning girlfriend Laura Whitmore as the pair take the reins on Love Island.
Pretending not much has changed, Iain Stirling, 31, made a quip about his receding hair in his decade transformation post.
He photo: "Hairline higher, haircut better. #2010s"
Jake Quickenden paid tribute to his late brother, who died of of bone cancer in 2010.
As he shared his decade challenge, he told fans: "So at the beginning of the decade my little brother was still with me and that’s one of the only things in 10 years I am devastated about."
Focusing on his highlights, Jake added: "I’m so grateful for everything, from doing some amazing TV shows to being in shows and meeting some amazing people, raising money for some amazing charities and really finding who I am as a person!"
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