Katy Perry unveils platinum blonde pixie crop as she cuts hair EVEN shorter
Pop singer Katy Perry has just unveiled an even shorter hairstyle.
Days after the Roar star and Lord of The Rings actor Orlando Bloom announced they had split, Katy appeared to undergo a post-break up makeover – chopping off most of her hair, shaving the sides and dying it a new platinum blonde shade.
But Katy clearly wasn’t content with the drastic new look as she’s now cut off even more of her locks.
Showing off the new, sexy pixie crop in an Instagram snap, she wrote: “Fifth element flow.”
However, Katy’s latest chop has left fans divided – some love it and some hate it.
One commented: “Anyone else think Katy Perry should stop cutting her hair? She looks awful.”
While a second said they preferred her as a brunette, sharing: “For what it’s worth, I liked your hair better when it was long & black.”
But then there were those who said they adore her new style: “People please @katyperry can do what she wants! She looks great! All I saw when I opened Twitter today was rants about her hair. I love it!”
Meanwhile, Katy has recently been linked to Ryan Phillippe – but the actor has since shut down any romance rumours.
Ryan – who was married to actress Reese Witherspoon from 1999 until 2007 – wrote on Twitter: “I AM NOT DATING KATY PERRY. BARELY KNOW HER. PLEASE STOP FLYING HELICOPTERS OVER MY HOUSE. SHE IS NOT HERE. (sic)”
And Ryan’s statement comes shortly after Katy opened up about her sexual experiences with women.
The chart-topping singer achieved worldwide fame with her 2008 single ‘I Kissed A Girl’, but Katy admitted during a speech at the National Equality Award at the Human Rights Campaign Gala in Los Angeles last month that, despite her strict religious upbringing, she “did more than that”.
A new Katy Perry?
She shared: “I’m just a singer and songwriter, honestly. I speak my truths and I paint my fantasies into these little bite size pop songs. For instance, ‘I kissed a girl and I liked it.’ Truth be told, I did more than that.
“However, how was I going to reconcile that with a gospel singing girl raised in youth groups that were pro-conversion camps? What I did know was I was curious and even then I knew sexuality wasn’t black and white. And honestly, I haven’t always gotten it right but in 2008 when that song came out I knew that I started a conversation and a lot of the world seemed curious enough to sing along, too.”
Thanks to: mirror – US gossip