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Savannah Chrisley Debuts Hair-Raising Transformation, But Where's Her Engagement Ring?!

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By Whitney Vasquez

Savannah Chrisley is saying goodbye to lots of things -- like her family drama, her hair and her engagement ring.

The "Chrisley Knows Best" star dramatically chopped away her blonde locks for a pixie cut and shared the carefree photos via social media on Tuesday evening.

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Striking a pose wearing her high-end Gucci tee and oversized aviator shades, Savannah confidently showed off her new and much-shorter duo.

Pairing the photo with an equally self-assured caption, the engaged star wrote, "Ladies...do what YOU want to do. Don’t base your looks, opinions, beliefs, etc on a man and what HE wants. It’s our world and they just live in it."

Fans immediately noticed that besides missing her locks, she's also missing her engagement ring.

Savannah really concerned fans when she pulled a DJ Khaled and hit us with "another one" showing her diamond ring clearly replaced with a gold band.

Posting a second snap of her pixie cut, she wrote, "Anddddd....another one. Just so the haters can take a closer look."

Does Savannah's dramatic change mean her engagement to Nic Kerdiles is off? Fans think so.

Where's The Rock?

Immediately fans flooded her comments with their concerns.

"Where's your engagement ring!?!?" one fan asked. "Big hair moves like this call for separation?!!" wondered another.

"Heard a 'rumor' her haircut was a 'break up ' cut," added a follower.

Did Family Drama Tear Them Apart?

Savannah and Nic got engaged last year on Christmas Eve.

They kept it a secret for months until revealing it to the world in April.

While fans have gone into panic mode, Savannah and Nic still have wedding ring emojis next to each other's names on their IG pages.

The Chrisley family has gone through a lot in the recent months after Todd and Julie were indicted a slew of financial crimes.

While the state cleared their tax evasion charges, they are still gearing up to face their federal charges.

If convicted they could get up to 30 years in prison.

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