Big Brother has come to an end after 18 years, the popular reality television show began in 2000 and has seen housemates come and go through 19 series.
Davina McCall hosted the first 11 series before it was announced Emma Willis would replace her in April 2013, Matt Willis’ wife then launched her first show in June 2013 and presented her last in November 2018.
Throughout her reign, Emma has treated Channel 4 and Channel 5 viewers to a gorgeous wardrobe of smart two-piece suits, vibrant shoes and gorgeous gowns.
Like most of us, the 41 year old has also had her fair share of hairstyles and makeup, and her makeup artist Amanda Bowen has been there from start to finish.
Taking to Instagram during the final finale – which crowned Cameron Cole the last ever winner of the show – Amanda shared a picture of Emma taking to the stage in a velvet green gown.
Emma’s striking dress featured sexy thigh splits and balloon sleeves. The jaw-dropping gown also had a plunging neckline and subtle shoulder pads for a sexy structure.
Amanda also revealed she wanted Emma’s “understated beauty” to shine through, but still went ultra glamorous on the makeup, using fake eyelashes and gold shimmery eyeshadow to ensure Emma went out with a bang.
Meanwhile, Emma’s hairdresser gave the mum of three’s famous haircut an extreme amount of height for the finale.
Sharing a picture of his work, he wrote: “Wow that’s it we are done! Want to say a massive thank you to the boss lady @emmawillisofficial for your love support and amazing friendship, love you to bits.
“To the amazing team I’ve had the pleasure of working with an incredible experience on an iconic show @bbuk.”
Amanda also shared an image of Emma’s first ever launch night in 2013, Emma looked completely different for the show, wearing her short hair up, and allowing a few curled strands down to shape her face.
Emma’s makeup artist chose pink lipstick for the event, which matched Emma’s killer pink shoes, which featured blue heels and a bright yellow pattern.
The presenter chose a skintight navy dress for the occasion, and let her figure do the talking as she minimised her jewellery.
Back then the launch night happened in two parts, and for the second evening Emma went for a feminine look, sporting a simple white dress and peach suede heels. Emma wore her hair down and straight, a look we rarely see these days.