Linda Nolan underwent a stunning makeover this week as she revealed to fans she was filming something at home.
The 61-year-old singer is battling incurable breast cancer which has now spread to her liver, but she is continuing to remain positive amid her illness.
Taking to Twitter, Linda shared a photo of herself sat beside her sister Maureen – and she looked super glam.
In the snap, Linda is wearing a black blouse patterned with gold feathers and black leggings.
Sporting a full face of make-up, she also showed off a blonde pixie crop as her hair starts to grow back following treatment.
Linda captioned the picture: "So yesterday, Mo and I filmed something really fun at home… Coming soon!
"Massive shout out to our fabulous makeup artist, Hollie Fitzmartin – (Disclaimer: she wore full PPE, face coverings etc – it was all Covid secure)," she added.
Fans were quick to reply to the tweet, with one person writing: “Looking beautiful ladies – lovely make @LindaNolan_ really demonstrates how beautiful your eyes are – look forward to seeing what mischievousness you & @MaureenNolan_ have been up to."
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Another added: "You’re looking amazing Linda. I hope you are feeling good. I hope you’re keeping your hair that colour it really suits you xx."
And a third person wrote: "Wow you both look amazing and I look forward to seeing what you have in store for us."
Speaking about her illness in December, Linda admitted she was "left on the floor in tears" amid her incurable cancer diagnosis.
The former chart-topper, who is the sister of Loose Women regular Coleen Nolan, appeared on Good Morning Britain on New Year's Eve where she explained how being cut off from her family due to social distancing left her in tears.
Linda said: "It has been a difficult year, myself and my sister [Anne] were diagnosed in cancer and yeah, it was scary having to the hospital as Covid was there but reality the opposite was true – it was the safest place.
"My cancer is treatable but not curable. It is the third time now and this time has been harder because of the pandemic.
"It makes you release how much you need other people," the brave star added.
She went on to admit it's given her a new outlook on life, and said: "I possibly took people for granted and suddenly I wanted them to be there and put their arms around and go through it with me but they couldn't."
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