Bella Thorne is sick of being so blue and longed for her fiery redhead days.
The 22-year-old actress shared a few throwback photos that she called “hot as f” on Saturday as she pined for her previous hair color. Thorne sultry selfies featured the star in a tight yellow dress with a plunging neckline and several pearl necklaces. We have to admit it, she did look “hot as f” with her long red locks and that form-fitting ensemble.
“Missing my redhead vibes:(((,” Bella wrote in the caption of her post.
Like Bella, her millions of fans and famous friends are missing her “redhead vibes…” and if they weren’t before, they certainly are after seeing her sexy selfies.
“Telling my kids this was Daphne from Scooby Doo,” one enthusiastic fan commented before Bella quickly replied, “Hahahaha yessss.”
Jeeeessssusss the red is insane?,” a fan said, while another wrote, “Maybe it’s time to go back ?.”
Bella’s boyfriend, Italian pop star Benjamin Mascolo, commented on her throwback pics and said, “Miss u,” and she replied by saying, “miss u papi.” The comments are especially touching because Mascolo is in Italy and Europe has just been declared as the new epicenter for the Coronavirus. Earlier this week, Ben posted some throwback pics of his own and announced that the entire country of Italy and he are on quarantine.
“siamo in quarantena metto foto vecchie ?,” he wrote, which translates to, “we are in quarantine, I post old photos.”
Yesterday, Bella encouraged her fans to swipe up on her Instagram story and donate funds to help Italy deal with the Coronavirus crisis.
“My friend, Chiara has been raising money for people affected by the Coronavirus,” she continued to explain that she put the link in Her IG bio. “With everyone affected by the virus, what we need now is to stand together and to make a difference. So please donate if you can.”
Italy has been placed on a “dramatic lockdown” as the coronavirus spreads throughout the country and Prime Minister Conte announced on Monday that the restrictions have been extended to the entire country.
“All the measure of the red zones are now extended to all of the national territory,” Conte said during a press conference as they put a stop to all public events, including weddings, funerals, and sports gatherings.
The Prime Minister explained that the restrictions have been put in place to protect the citizens and the announcement of the lockdown comes after a long chaotic day filled with prison riots.The country’s confirmed cases are the most of any European Union country, according to CNN.