Love Island’s Maura Higgins showed off her new brunette bob while posing on the red carpet in a black cut-out gown at the London premiere of Creed III

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Maura Higgins ditched her usual long hair for a choppy brown bob as she walked the red carpet at the London premiere of Creed III at Cineworld Leicester Square.

Maura Higgins debuted a new brunette bob while posing on the red carpet in a black cut-out gown

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The Love Island star wore a daring cut-out gown that tied in the back to highlight her incredible figure.

Her all-black ensemble was trimmed with lace at the neck and skirted the floor gracefully. Maura accessorized with a bracelet and a chunky gold chain choker that both featured large sunshine symbols.

A bronzed makeup look that played up her features was combined with a swipe of natural lipstick for this beauty’s go-to makeup look.

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Carl Bembridge, Maura’s hairstylist, who had given her the daring new do, arrived a while later.


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Michael B. Jordan, the film’s star and the actor who will reprise the role of Adonis Creed, looked sharp in a black suit.

Tessa Thompson, who plays Bianca and looked stunning in a billowing silver gown, was there to support him as well.

The boxing adventures of Adonis Creed, son of Apollo Creed (Carl Weathers) from the Rocky franchise, continue in Creed III, with Adonis facing his greatest challenge yet.

After serving time in prison, Adonis is reunited with his childhood friend and boxing prodigy, Damian Anderson (Jonathan Majors).

While Adonis gambles his entire career on a fight against a fighter who has nothing to lose, Damian tries to prove he is worthy of getting in the ring.

Tessa Thompson reprises her role as Bianca, Phylicia Rashad returns as Mary Anne Creed, Wood Harris reprises his role as Tony “Little Duke” Burton, Tony Bellew reprises his role as “Pretty Ricky” Conlan, and Florian Munteanu returns as Viktor “The Impaler” Drago from the first two films.

Screenwriters Keenan Coogler and Zach Baylin teamed up with director Michael B. Jordan for this film, which is expected to make between $25 and $34 million in its opening weekend.

After a $29.6 million debut in 2015, the original Creed went on to gross $109.7 million in North America and $173.5 million internationally off a $35 million budget.

With a budget of $50 million, the 2018 sequel Creed II had an opening weekend of $35.5 million and went on to gross $115.7 million in the United States and $214.2 million internationally.