Mark Labbett: The Chase star sends fans into a frenzy online as he debuts ‘hot’ makeover

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Mark Labbett, 55, has left fans swooning after sharing a new look on his Instagram page. The Chase star looked menacing as he snarled at the camera while wearing a shirt and tie.

New look, Gangster Beast

Mark Labbett

The Beast’s hair was slicked back in the picture and he was clean-shaven.

He typed: “New look, Gangster Beast. Top of the world Ma! #youdirtyrat.”

His fans could not resist commenting on the selfie with their opinions on his change of style.

One said: “Hot, hot, hot.”

Fans were whipped up into a frenzy by the post, with one saying the Chaser was “looking mighty fine.”

Another, presumably imitating a wolf whistle, wrote: “Wit woo”.

A third fan said: “Very handsome.

Another commented: “You look amazing. Well done you must be over the moon.”

Mark has revealed he lost an incredible 10 stone in weight, after he took control of his diet, cutting down on sugar and carbohydrates.

The Chase star was initially going to consider having a gastric band to help with his weight loss but decided to drop the pounds by adopting a healthy lifestyle and going under a complete nutrition overhaul.

His friend had advised him not to have a gastric band because of how he gets his calories from sugar, which is difficult to digest.

The 55-year-old also credited keeping up with his “hyperactive” son for his dramatic weight loss.

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Speaking on why he chose not to have surgery, Mark said: “I’m not a drinker but sugar has always been my downfall. 

“A good friend of mine who had the gastric band said it won’t do any good for me as I get all my calories by sugar, and it’s too easy to digest.

He added while on Loose Women: “I still have sugar but an awful lot less. I should have less still.”

Mark told the panel: “I am gradually dropping excess off my size. 

“I’ve gone from 5XL to 4XL and it looks like the next time I go shopping I’ll be able to squeeze into XL underpants.

“I’ve lost 10 stone. I was 29 stone when I was a full-time teacher in 2003 and I was in danger of high blood pressure. 

“I’ve been around 26 stone up until lockdown, and then a few things happened quite nicely and came together and started losing weight.  

He continued: “The principal thing is running after a hyperactive toddler when nurseries have been shut.”

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