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Celebrity MasterChef: Has Joe Swash had a hair transplant?

Viewers have been questioning what Joe Swash done to his hair, since he first appeared on the BBC’s current series of Celebrity MasterChef.

The contestant has been cooking up a storm, alongside Katie Price, Dion Dublin, Will Kirk and Melissa Johns in the third week of heats.

He has made it through to the second round (so far), but there is something other than what his culinary skills that fans cannot keep their eyes off.

Several viewers are wondering what he has done to his hair, and are questioning if he has had a hair transplant recently.

Celebrity MasterChef | Trailer – BBC Trailers

Celebrity MasterChef | Trailer – BBC Trailers

Viewers question Joe Swash’s hair

Looking through Twitter, it is clear to see that Joe Swash’s hair did not go unnoticed, by people thinking he either has a transplant or used thickener.

Some thought he dyed his hair, while others were concerned that if it was a transplant, that it could fall into the food.

One viewer said: “Just hope Joe Swash’s hair piece doesn’t end up inside that pigeon! #CelebrityMasterChef.”

Another wrote: “I see Joe “Hair in a can” Swash is on.”

“Joe Swash. Hair thickener in a can season-ticket holder. Deffo. #CelebrityMasterChef“, said one viewer.

Has Joe Swash had a hair transplant?

  • Yes, Joe has had multiple hair transplants.

The Celebrity MasterChef star’s most recent visit to the clinic was done to give himself a thicker head of hair, and to allow him to ditch hats.

During an interview with Loose Women, he said that being in the public eye made him very conscious of his thinning hair.

Since having transplants, Joe has “no regrets” and described the boost that a hair transplant has given him, despite wanting to keep it a secret at first.

Where does Joe Swash get hair transplants?

  • Joe has multiple hair transplants done at KCL Clinic.

He first had a Follicular Unit Excision (FUE) hair transplant in June 2018, which are usually carried out within a day.

Although, multiple sessions may be required if a large area is being treated.

It begins with an area at the back of the head being shaved to allow for individual hair follicles to be removed.

This is before between one and four grafts are then implanted into micro-cuts in the desired treatment area.



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Celine is a journalist with over five years of experience in the media industry and the chief staff writer on Reality Titbit. After graduating with a degree in Multimedia Journalism she became a radio newsreader and reporter, before moving into her current role as a reality TV writer.