Natasha Kaplinsky is known for her glossy image and sparkly outfits but apparently the BBC presenter will have to tone down her look when she moves to Five News, reports Daily Mail.
Kaplinsky been told she must regularly appear in jeans and a T-shirt (as in picture) when she takes over the early-evening bulletins on Five next month.
Friends say the 35-year-old presenter is "very nervous" about changing her image and a source said that "she's not happy about it at all."
The source added, "She spent a lot of time and effort building up her image, and it's paid off with a £1million salary. If it goes wrong, she'll be very upset."
However, Five News boss Chris Shaw claimed that Kaplinsky was "excited" at the opportunity to change her "stiff and conventional" image.
Kaplinsky will become the face of Five News on February 18, after she was poached from the BBC in a £3million, three-year deal. She rose to fame after winning Strictly Come Dancing.