Selena Gomez just sent the entire internet into a tailspin after revealing she has decided to go full platinum blonde!!
The ‘Lose You To Love Me’ singer took to Instagram to reveal the shocking new look on the social media accounts connected to her company ‘Rare Beauty.’
Of course, Selena is known for her beautiful dark locks and fans are goings nuts over the drastic change. As you can imagine, she looks AMAZING — and many are celebrating the return of ‘Blondelena.’
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“New look. Need to pick new Rare Beauty lip and blush shades now ?,” Selena posted on IG.
In the sexy snap, Gomez is sporting a platinum blonde look with long hair past her shoulders. It appears she has had the bleached blonde look for quite some time — but it’s the first time her fans are getting a look! And…they love it!
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Selena debuted the original blonde bombshell look at the 2017 American Music Awards. At the time, the color was dubbed “Nirvana Blonde” by her stylists Capri and Lee of Nine Zero One Salon in Los Angeles.
“It took 9 hours,” they said. Adding, “About 300 foils, and 8 bowls of bleach, all with 2 stylists working together simultaneously.” But, it’s unclear who had the duty to get it done this time!
As we said, fans are going crazy over the new look, with one saying, “Didn’t even recognize her AH THE BLONDE QUEEN IS BACK! ???.”
Another added, “I’m shaking now Selena in blonde ?????!”
“Blondlena is back but with long hair we wonnnnnn,” a fan pointed out — with another putting it this way, “EVERYBODY SHUT UP, SELENA IS BLONDE AGAIN WHAT?!”
The new stunning hairstyle comes on the heels of the announcement Selena’s cooking show has been given a green light for a third season. ‘Selena + Chef’ will premiere later this year on HBO Max, and will continue to feature the famous singer and her “cooking adventures at home.”
The new episodes will include a new roster of all-star chefs that will help her “whip up delicious dishes.”
Plus, as in the first two seasons, each chef will highlight a different charity to raise money for the cause. At this point, the series has raised $360,000 for 23 nonprofit organizations.