DEATH in Paradise fans were left shocked at actor Les Dennis’ transformation during the hit programme’s Christmas special.
However fans could not believe their eyes as Les had undergone a serious transformation for the role and looked worlds away from his usual self.
剧集期间, the team look into the case of a podcast presenter who was murdered after she began to research a case involving the disappearance of a young child.
Les’ character Danny assisted the team on the island of Saint Marie in an effort to help solve the case.
But fans of the feature-length special, which aired on Boxing Day, were left stunned at his incredible new look.
The actor can usually be seen with grey hair but he had dyed it a much darker colour for the role.
上推特, 一位粉丝写道: “Can’t get over how much Just for Men went into Les Dennis’ look 😶”
Another fan commented: “Enjoying this episode of #DeathInParadise, although there are two things wrong with it. 1) The theme music – 2) Les Dennis’s hair.”
Some viewers were even comparing Les to the great EastEnders character, Arthur Fowler.
Writing alongside an image of Les in character, one viewer mused: “Genuinely thought this was Arthur Fowler.”
As another agreed, 陈述: “Oh dear, Les Dennis looks like Arthur Fowler from EastEnders…..”
Les’ appearance in the hit show comes amid viewer cries to the BBC to change the theme tune after it fell flat during the latest broadcast.
Viewers were left unhappy with the programme’s updated theme music to accompany the opening credits.
Whilst showing aerial shots of the beautiful locations and landscapes, the music kicks in but fans were not happy with the inclusion of lyrics and are already asking for it to be removed.
上推特, one unhappy fan remarked: “I loved the longer episode but please put the original title music back on. The one with the lyrics just doesn’t give the start of the programme that uplift that people love. The original music is so upbeat and change isn’t always a good thing.”
A fellow fan agreed, 加: “I do not like the theme music with words….. #deathinparadise.”