James Jordan shaves hair live on Loose Women for charity in honour of his father Alan who died last month

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James Jordan showed off his incredible hair transformation after having his hair shaved off live on Loose Women.

The dad-of-one, who returned to social media recently, lost his father Alan to a terminal brain tumour in March and has raised £11,000 so far to help others affected by the disease.

The 43 year old decided to shave his hair off in aid of The Brain Tumour charity and decided to do it on the daytime programme.

James admitted he grew his hair long in lockdown because of a "superstition" about his dad and refused to cut it while he was still alive.

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The dancer's wife Ola was given the task of shaving off his bed of hair and was excited to be let loose with the clippers.

During the ad break, Ola made a start on the task and by the time the show returned, James no longer had any hair on his head.

He was then presented with a cake from Loose Women to celebrate his 43rd birthday.

When asked what their one year old daughter Ella thought of his new style, James responded: "She has done a runner!

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"I don't know if that is good or not, she might not recognise me. She is a bit confused."

The Strictly Come Dancing star returned to social media recently after taking a break following the death of his father.

He shared a video on his Twitter and Instagram accounts for his fans to see.

James began: "I haven't been on social media for quite a long time now because my father unfortunately passed away on 13 March at 8.05am.

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"I've been totally devastated. I did try and do this post before, but I wasn't able to because I was too upset.

"This could potentially change your life or someone in your family's. My dad had a stage four brain tumour – a glioblastoma," he explained.

The Celebrity Big Brother star, who wishes he had children sooner, continued: "He was diagnosed approximately one year ago and myself and my family slowly watched him disappear.

"It's an absolutely horrendous, horrendous disease. Cancer is awful no matter which cancer it is but brain tumour is particular takes away that person's identity a lot."

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