The X Factor’s Chloe Jasmine looks different seven years on as she returns to modelling

Chloe Jasmine is best known for her X Factor stint back in 2014 and it seems she’s made a return to the modelling industry

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The X Factor 's Chloe Jasmine Whichello seems to look completely unrecognisable seven years after her stint on the show.


The star is best known for her time on the hit singing show as well as appearing on The Face beforehand where she was mentored by Naomi Campbell in 2013.

However, the model has changed a lot from her singing days but still seems to be popular with fans with more than 20k followers on her Instagram page.

She posted a video to her social media showing off her new red hair after changing her iconic blonde locks.

Chloe captioned the post: "When your colleagues turn your hair Rudolf."

She's well-known for her Hollywood glam look which includes a bright blonde hairstyle.

She is still in the spotlight and has since appeared on TV alongside her then-boyfriend as well as working for the likes of Vivienne Westwood and Marc Jacob in the fashion world.

Chloe Jasmine posted a video of her new hair

Chloe usually has bright blonde hair

But what is Chloe up to now?

It appears as though Chloe opted to stay in the showbiz industry, now working as a model and going on to do TV after her X Factor appearance.

However, she found fame first competing in modelling show The Face back in 2013.

But she then made a move to The X Factor the following year where she finished in 13th place.

She saw some success on the show as she auditioned with the song Why Don't You Do Right? when she progressed to bootcamp and was then mentored by Cheryl.

She was one of six girls chosen to go through to judges' houses where Cheryl chose her for live shows.

Chloe and Stevi met on X Factor


Chloe made it to the X Factor live shows

Week One saw Chloe perform Britney Spears' Toxic but Week Two was the end of the road for her as she was eliminated after singing Fame by Irene Cara.

Chloe was in the bottom two against the band Stereo Kicks where she only received a vote from her mentor Cheryl which meant she came thirteenth place.

Following X Factor, the star went on to compete in Celebrity Big Brother, with her then-fiancé Stevi Richie who she met while they were both competing in X Factor.

The pair participated jointly in 2015 in the sixteenth series of the programme where they finished in sixth place.

Chloe and Stevi began their relationship as they were both trying to win the singing show but this didn't seem to get in the way of their romance.

The couple went on to get engaged in the July of 2015, a year after they met.

Stevi Ritchie and Chloe Jasmine appeared on Celebrity Big Brother 2015

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The pair don't seem to be together anymore, with it said they called off the engagement in 2016.

Despite not working out, it was reported that Chloe text mentor Cheryl to 'thank her for bringing this amazing person into my life' when Stevi first proposed.

Since this, Chloe has been working on her modelling career, seeing quite a bit of success when it come to working with brands.

She has worked at London Fashion Week for various designers including Prophetik, Emre Tamer, Vin and Omi, Kolchakov Barba and Vivienne Westwood.

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