British TV presenter Alison Hammond does not seem to be worthy of being beaten after her weight loss by posting a "new profile picture."
O This morning The reporter's fans thought it was a photo of Beyoncé and praised her incredible efforts underneath the post.
The 44-year-old actress – best known to Australians for her often celebrity celebrity interviews – was revealed as Weight Watcher ambassador in April when she reached 127kg on the scales.
But the presenter put the work and played with her slimmer look – and face – in her new photo:
Her updated profile photo attracted over 500 comments, with Alison winning tons of praise from her followers.
One person said below his post: "Hell hell … you rub our son xx well"
One more delirious: "I thought it was Beyoncé for a minute."
As another said: "Awesome !!! You look awesome! And I love your hair !!!
Speaking about joining the Weight Watchers, who now caters for WW's name, the presenter revealed, "My WW journey is focused on getting healthier for me. I feel like crap when I do not eat or I exercise properly, and WW helps me with what I eat and how I do it.
"I want my journey to empower others to think about making changes in their lifestyle to become the best version of themselves."
But single mother Alison, who has her 13-year-old son Aiden, admitted that her busy lifestyle distracted her from making a change in the past.
Alison continued, "It's been 17 years since I started working on TV and I'm busier than ever, especially juggling my duties as a mother.
"WW is the only program that works for me, with the WW WW coach available for support whenever you need it 24 hours a day."
Alison confessed that her weight of 127 kg made her "ashamed".
She told Planet Radio in 2016, "When you get really big like me, you do not see any light at the end of the tunnel.
"I would love to weigh 12 stones (76 kg), this is the ideal weight for my height.
"I am 5 feet 9 inches (175 cm), but if I have 15 stones (95 kg) and a size between 14 and 16, I have surpassed the moon."
This story originally appeared in The Sun and was reproduced with permission