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Britain’s Got Talent’s George Sampson’s transformation with tattoos and hair transplant

Britain’s Got Talent winner George Sampson stunned the nation back in 2008 with his show-stopping modern dance rendition of Singin’ in the Rain, securing him the BGT title.

Despite falling short in the semi-finals a year prior, George proved judge doubters Piers Morgan and Amanda Holden wrong and rocketed to fame after his victory.

After severing ties with music mogul Simon Cowell in 2009, he took advantage of various TV appearances and endorsement deals. He kept largely out of the spotlight until joining Emmerdale briefly in 2016 playing Ryan Harred, and taking part in Celebrity Coach Trip alongside Roxanne Pallett in 2019.



George rose to fame on BGT after impressing the judges with his street dance
George rose to fame on BGT after impressing the judges with his street dance

Now aged 30, the boy wonder turned theatre veteran has just closed the curtain on a successful run as the lead in a touring Robin Hood pantomime. Sharing words of reflection just before the final performance, George penned on Instagram: “This past month has been an absolute roller coaster!”

Sharing a selfie in his Robin Hood costume, cuddling with his dog co-star, he said: “Playing Robin Hood on a national tour has been an unreal experience, thanks to everyone that came to watch the show! Here’s me and my mate Sully having a much needed cuddle between scenes.”

This milestone follows his stint as the Prince in Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs over Christmas back in Weymouth, Dorset. Not just limited to these roles, George has dabbled in several productions including Peter Pan and Cinderella to name a few.



George showed off his new look on social media
George showed off his new look on social media

On a more personal note, George has been open about his three hair transplants in recent years. He once made an appearance on This Morning, where he stepped out showing off a receding hairline and admitted to spending a whopping £9,000 on his first two procedures.

When discussing his latest transplant with Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford, he confessed: “I’m so happy. It’s difficult. I still get hundreds of men messaging me about it. I felt like an old man with a babyface, I had to wake up and look in the mirror and think I hate my hairline.”

Describing his head as a “landing strip of bare skin”, he shared that footballer Wayne Rooney provided a dose of inspiration, having undergone a transplant himself.



George appeared on This Morning to talk about his hair transplant
George appeared on This Morning to talk about his hair transplant

Later on, George revealed that he was diagnosed with alopecia, attributing his hair loss to multiple causes, stress, genetics, even excessive spinning on his head due to his dance routines.

George, who has left his teen idol days behind, flaunted his full tattoo sleeves in 2021. Fans were quick to praise the new look, with one commenting on a video of his Skegness ink session: “Feckin awesome pal, love the logo on the cap.” Another chimed in: “That is sick man.”

The footage gave a glimpse of George’s bold choice, a large self-portrait from his Singin’ in the Rain performance. His other arm pays homage to his acting career, adorned with film reels and theatre masks.



George has been dating Kazmin Borrer for years after meeting at the production of Everyone's Talking About Jamie
George has been dating Kazmin Borrer for years after meeting at the production of Everyone’s Talking About Jamie

George’s romance with Kazmin Borrer, whom he met during a production of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, is going strong as they celebrated their fourth anniversary. They’re not shy about sharing their love on Instagram, where George posted a cute Christmas kiss video.

The couple also enjoys jet-setting, having shared memories from New York City, Venice, and Los Angeles over the past year.

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