Emma Willis wows in glam The Voice gown but fans are distracted by her hairstyle

The Voice presenter Emma Willis looked gorgeous as she presented the ITV show's finale tonight to find out the winner of the 2020 series.

But as Emma, 44, presented the show, talking to judges Will.I.Am, Tom Jones and Olly Murs, and Meghan Trainor over video link, fans were distracted by her look.

Emma opted for a high-necked purple sparkling dress with long sleeves and a floor-length skirt, looking seriously glamorous as she stood on the stage.

The figure-hugging material of the dress showed off Emma's toned figure as she presented each act before their performances.

However, fans were left distracted by her hair after Emma scraped her hair back into a loose bun which had tendrils falling out of it.

They took to social media to joke that Emma had the sort of hair they would rock when they were running late to run errands.

One posted: "Emma’s hair is awful ..she is so beautiful, the hairstyles on the voice never do her justice. This is one of the worst."

Another added: "Emma Willis rocking that ‘I woke up late and I’ve gotta drop the kids off at school’ hair going on."

A third chipped in: "Haven’t seen this for a few weeks. What has Emma done to hair??!!"

A fourth said: "I love Emma’s dress tonight, she looks like a quality street.

"And I genuinely mean that in a good way. I think she’s fabulous."

Emma switched up her hair before the final, ditching her peroxide blonde locks for a slightly longer style, and also returning her dark brunette colour.

Meanwhile, she also said she was going to use a walking stick for the final as she was so worried that she was going to fall over live on air in her floor-length gown.

She told Metro: "I’ve got a right old number and it’s very sparkly. My only problem is this could be my year to fall on my face.

"It’s long and it’s kind of fish taily at the bottom. It’s an incredible dress. Normally I have an amazing guy called Ed who is the assistant floor manager who tells me where I need to go and he always holds my hand up the stairs to get me up.

"But we can’t touch each other, so they’ve bought me a walking stick. I sh*t you not, it’s in my dressing room.

"I think I’ll probably end up on my face at some point. It’s long and it’s tight. Luckily we’re not live so if I do, hopefully there’s a very quick edit they can do."

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