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Senator Jacqui Lambie, 51, debuts her glamorous looks and youthful complexion on ABC Q&A

Before: Jacqui Lambie, 51, is pictured sporting a more understated style in November 2014

Jacqui Lambie, 51, debuted her glamorous new look on ABC’s Q&A, showing off her VERY youthful complexion – years after revealing her love of Botox and fillers.

Jacqui Lambie debuted a glamorous new look during an appearance on ABC Q&A on Thursday night.

The independent Tasmanian senator, 51, swapped her skimpy suits and blouses for a fitted fuchsia and black ensemble that flattered her curves.

Ms Lambie, who has been open about her love of botox and fillers in the past, also showed off remarkably youthful and glowing skin.

Before: Jacqui Lambie, 51, is pictured sporting a more understated style in November 2014

After: Tasmania's independent senator gave a glamorous look on ABC's Q&A on Tuesday (pictured)

Before and after: Jacqui Lambie, 51, debuted her glamorous look (right) on ABC’s Q&A on Tuesday night. The independent Tasmanian senator is pictured left in November 2014

The outspoken politician donned a sleek black top and trouser ensemble with an eye-catching fuchsia jacket on top.

She added a subtle touch of bling in the form of crystal earrings and ensured her medium-length brunette locks were blown out to perfection.

Ms Lambie matched her look with bold pink lipstick and drew attention to a very smooth and line-free look.

Dressed to perfection: The outspoken politician swapped her skimpy suits and blouses for a fitted fuchsia and black ensemble that flattered her curves.  Her medium length brunette locks were blown out to perfection

Dressed to perfection: The outspoken politician swapped her skimpy suits and blouses for a fitted fuchsia and black ensemble that flattered her curves. Her medium length brunette locks were blown out to perfection

Her makeup included a dewy complexion, defined brows, a subtle smoky eye and a touch of highlighter on her defined cheekbones.

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Ms Lambie previously revealed she was a fan of botox and fillers in an interview with Australian Women’s Weekly in January 2015.

“It’s addicting,” she admitted. “It’s like, oh my god, there’s another wrinkle.

Line-free: Ms Lambie, who has been open about her love of Botox and fillers in the past, also showed off remarkably youthful and glowing skin.

Line-free: Ms Lambie, who has been open about her love of Botox and fillers in the past, also showed off remarkably youthful and glowing skin.

Cosmetic enhancements: Ms Lambie previously revealed she was a fan of Botox and fillers in an interview with Australian Women's Weekly in January 2015. Pictured in March 2021

Cosmetic enhancements: Ms Lambie previously revealed she was a fan of Botox and fillers in an interview with Australian Women’s Weekly in January 2015. Pictured in March 2021

Refreshing honesty: 'It's addicting,' she admitted.  'It's like, oh my god, here's the wrinkle again'

Refreshing honesty: ‘It’s addicting,’ she admitted. ‘It’s like, oh my god, here’s the wrinkle again’

The mother-of-two, who has been single for 18 years, once told Seven’s Sunday Night that she had “turned off” the romantic side of her life after being single for so long.

She described her ideal man as a “good Aussie guy who can hold his own” and hinted that she would be open to dating a “calloused tradition”.

When sex scandals rocked Australian politics in 2018, the former soldier joked on KIIS FM that she was probably the only female politician who wasn’t sexually active.

Love life: The mother-of-two, who has been single for 18 years, once told Seven's Sunday night that she had 'turned off' the romantic side of her life after being single for so long.

Love life: The mother-of-two, who has been single for 18 years, once told Seven’s Sunday night that she had ‘turned off’ the romantic side of her life after being single for so long.

“I’m so mad that I have to be the only one who can’t screw anything up,” she said.

In 2014, Ms Lambie memorably said her “perfect man” didn’t even “need to talk” but “must have loads of money and a package between his legs”.

She later apologized for the remarks.

Bold statements: In 2014, Ms Lambie memorably said her

Bold statements: In 2014, Ms Lambie memorably said her “perfect man” didn’t even “need to talk” but “must have loads of money and a package between his legs”. She later apologized for the remarks

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