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Published: 11:12 BST, 18 March 2019 | Updated: 21:07 BST, 18 March 2019
She had her first taste of fame after starring as Charlotte Hinchcliffe in E4 comedy series The Inbetweeners.
And on Saturday, Emily Atack, took to Instagram to announce she that she will be playing the role of Blondie frontwoman Debbie Harry in the Grace Jones episode as part of the new series of Urban Myths on Sky Arts.
The I'm a Celeb star, 29, who reached the final of the most recent series of the show, transformed into the Blondie frontwoman, 73, for a promotional snap for the upcoming television series.
Lookalike! Emily Atack, 29, took to Instagram to announce she that she will be playing the role of Blondie frontwoman Debbie Harry in the new series of Urban Myths on Sky Arts
With the background resembling that of the new wave band's Parallel Lines black-and-white striped album cover, Emily donned a short, dishevelled blonde wig and chunky gold chain to become Debbie Harry.
Her strikingly similar appearance to the iconic pop star was further cemented with a light blue smokey eye, a smudge of black eyeliner, dark eyebrows and a deep red lipstick.
Alongside the image, Emily wrote: 'Wahhh! Beyond thrilled to be playing DEBBIE HARRY alongside an epic cast for Sky Arts next season of Urban Myths.'
Urban Myths puts a comedic spin on a host of scandalous, surprising and surreal involving the arts world's most iconic figures.
Next gig! The I'm a Celeb star, who reached the final of the most recent series, transformed into the Blondie frontwoman, 73, for a promotional snap for the upcoming television series
Inspired: The promotional shot of Emily drew on the background of Blondie's Parallel Lines black-and-white striped album cover
Iconic: Emily (left) donned a short, dishevelled blonde wig and chunky gold chain to become Debbie (right, pictured in 1980)
Beauty: Emily eschewed her usual no-make-up look in favour of a light blue smokey eye, a smudge of black eyeliner, dark eyebrows and a deep red lipstick to become Debbie Harry
The Grace Jones episode in which Emily appears as Debbie Harry follows the story of a burglar who inadvertently chose to break into Grace and Jean-Paul’s New York apartment, armed with a very small gun.
With a little interruption from Debbie Harry and Andy Warhol, he ended up with more than he bargained, having to deal with these two flamboyant, volatile lovers.
The full season will be released as a box set at 10pm on 10th April on Sky Arts and streaming service NOW TV. All eight episodes available on-demand on Sky.
This is Emily's second acting role since leaving the Australian jungle. After winning over hoards of fans during her time on I'm A Celebrity, Emily marked her return to acting with a guest appearance was in CBBC’s Almost Never.
Back to it: This is Emily's second acting role since leaving the Australian jungle. Emily marked her return to acting with a guest appearance was in CBBC’s Almost Never
Fan favourite: Emily won over hoards of fans during her time on I'm A Celebrity
While she transformed into Debbie Harry using hair and make-up, Emily vowed to stop editing her Instagram images during an appearance on Loose Women last year.
The actress explained that her stripped-back appearance in the jungle has prompted her to change her approach to life and she is going to start by vowing not to edit her social media uploads anymore.
She said: 'I'm deleting all my editing apps. You can edit your pictures until you're blue in the face. I used to slim them down, I used to airbrush them...
'It was so bad to the point that, you slim it down, but you get completely rumbled because the wall behind you is bent. I'm not doing that anymore.'
Natural: Emily previously vowed to stop editing her images during an appearance on Loose Women last year (pictured in March 2019)
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