EXCLUSIVE: Married At First Sight’s Booka Nile Looks Like A Different Person Thanks To Dramatic Makeover After Signing With An Influencer Agency
She is the Married At First Sight bride who has also made a name for herself as a successful musician.
And on Saturdays Booka Nile ditched her signature blonde locks in favor of a pastel pink wig for an edgy high fashion photo shoot for influencer agency The Mgmt.
Daily Mail Australia has exclusively obtained photos of the 31-year-old rocker nailing her striking new look in a number of photos.
EXCLUSIVE: Married At First Sight’s Booka Nile, 31, (pictured) shocked fans as she revealed dramatic transformation Saturday
Booka effortlessly pulled off the pink wig, which she paired with an AC / DC T-shirt and black shorts.
The bombshell was wearing a full face makeup consisting of foundation, eyeliner and a red lip.
Booka was already a famous face before joining the show as a bride due to her career as a musician.
Dramatic! Booka looked almost unrecognizable when she ditched her signature blonde locks in favor of a pastel pink wig for a photo shoot
New look: While Booka is believed to be wearing a wig for the photo shoot, Daily Mail Australia understands she’s been coloring her hair ever since
She joined the rock band Make Them Suffer in 2017 and toured North America, Canada, Europe and Australia as a member.
The band also recently released an album called How to survive a funeral and it has hit the ARIA charts in Australia and the Billboard charts in America.
At the beginning of 2020 Booka decided to form her own band, Internet friends, which has five members (4 women, 1 man) and is currently based in Perth, with new music on the horizon.
Star power: Booka’s band recently released an album called How to Survive a Funeral and it hit the ARIA charts in Australia and the Billboard charts in America
New gig: in early 2020 Booka decided to form her own band, Internet Friends, which has five members (4 women, 1 man) and is currently based in Perth, with new music on the way
“I decided to start a rock and roll / indie / pop band made up mostly of women,” she told Daily Mail Australia.
‘I wanted to change the sex ratio for fun! Our lyrics are all pretty cheeky and I like to use dark humor when writing. ‘
‘Our next single is called Faked It, and of all the fierce songs I’ve written for the guys who hurt my feelings, this one is probably the fullest, but I’m sure people will appreciate and relate to the truth in it. ‘
Remember this? Booka was paired with Melbourne-based electrician Brett Helling. The couple decided to stop after they couldn’t find a connection