Netflix's You season 4 fans stunned by EastEnders actress Tilly Keeper's glam transformation | The Sun

NETFLIX's You season 4 were taken aback by EastEnders actress Tilly Keepers' new stylish look in the show.

With a fourth season, the critically acclaimed drama from Netflix is back and this time it stars Tilly Keeper from Albert Square.

English actress Matilda Elizabeth Keeper is best known for playing Louise Mitchell on EastEnders from 2016-2020.

The former soap star plays Phoebe, a sweet and girl next door type character, but she is also filthy rich and appears to be problematic at times.

She's a "aristocratic socialite with a devoted following," and her "true colours" are only revealed to close friends.

It's stated in the description that Lady Phoebe is a member of the upper class social circle in which Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) finds himself.

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In the new episode, the actress looks nothing like her BBC soap character, Phoebe Mitchell, as she wears a glitzy gold sequin gown.

Tilly wore her hair in old Hollywood-style pinup waves and her make-up was ultra-glam, with a classic red lip.

Tilly's new gorgeous makeover left fans speechless, and many flocked to Twitter to express their shock.

One wrote: "no spoilers obvi but just finished part 1 of you season 4. omg the part 2 trailer i- also tilly keeper."

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Another added: "Louise Mitchell to Lady Phoebe is a big win!"

A third penned: "Wow Tilly looks soo different in You!"

A fourth gushed: "Is that really Tilly from EastEnders in You? Wow she is unreal."

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