What a Week! Britney Goes Back to Blonde

12/14/2006 at 12:00 PM ET

This is getting a little silly. How can one woman change her hair color so often? Perhaps Britney saw your opinions about her brunette look on Monday (most of you prefer her as a blonde). Spotted out on Tuesday, the newly single mom seems to have shifted towards more of honey blonde, this time with some extensions. We’ll try to get to the bottom of her constantly changing look and will let you know what we learn. But in the meantime, feel free to discuss amongst yourselves.

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cool on

I think she should grow up and concentrate more on her kids rather than her hair color.

Sophia on

I think everyone needs to stop hating, let her be and do whatever she wants. Divorces are tough and she deserves a girl’s night out. I think she looks great blonde.

lizzie liz on


Campbell on

I don’t care if she is 25, 15, 35, or 40. Someone who really cares about her should refresh her memory and let her know that SHE IS A MOTHER. AND that she is the mother of 2 VERY YOUNG LITTLE BABIES. She is over.

Tammy on

she is beautiful no matter what color her hair is.you go girl

rakel on

Cool why don´t you grow up and get a life i´m sure she doesn´t leave her kids with just anybody. People are allowed go out and have fun even when they have kids, you don´t have to spend every single moment of the day with them. People are just jealous because she´s beautiful, rich, famous and successful. Why don´t you leave her alone.

Kelly on

In response to Moonbaby’s comment that the Bible is “crap” that will “screw with her head,” I’d like to say that I believe that the Bible will do her a lot of good. The Bible is not “crap.” It’s a guidebook to life that was written by 40 men inspired by God. I don’t believe that God would enjoy hearing that his Son’s death on the cross means nothing to you. No amount of partying, drinking, shopping, attention-getting, or public exposure will bring happiness. Jesus Christ died, gave up his life, just for you. Please don’t be so offensive next time you write. You’re not just offending me and millions of others, you’re offending the only One who really matters.

As for Britney, I think she’s a beautiful young woman on the outside. I do think the inside needs work. But who doesn’t need work? I know I do. I’m far from perfect. No one is. Only Jesus was perfect. Compared to him, we all look like trash, right?

Sorry to sound so preachy, the Bible comment just rubbed me the wrong way. Continue on, People readers, continue on.

Angie on

Lordy, I don’t usually comment, and I’ve gone through rough patches, wed young, single Mom at 24, done it all, put myself through college. So, compassion is in place, but some of these comments, please. She’s a multi millionaire, she’s got emotional problems and has tons of money to invest to work with a counselor and “find herself”, she had a wonderful career that she virtually ruined by marrying Kfed in the first place, and then this. There are people that don’t have as many options as she does and pull out of it. They may not have attentive parents and friends to raise their kids why they try to grow up. It’s sickening to watch some celebrities (not just Brit) have so much blessings in their lives, whine about how they’re treated, and basically piss away their blessings and talent. This is not judgmental, but reality. Her career is based on her fan base, she’s not the only performer out there, and if she keeps it up, the public will boot her just as quick as they bolstered her, look at Tom Cruise! There’s a saying, insanity is doing the same thing over and over and wondering why it doesn’t turn out different each time. Pool your resources and your support and pull it together, your fans will applaud and mostly your children will receive the best gift of all, YOU..all of you, they need that. Geez, take personal time, work on your art and career, focus on your kids first and it will all work out, quit smacking on some dude while you admist a custody battle…….I wonder if people try to talk to her or if she’s so spoiled that she just won’t listen……….

wildflower on

Boy, to those who think there is nothing wrong with a parent going out a couple of times a week, I sure hope you never have kids. A parent who goes out a couple of times a month would be far more appropriate.

If you can’t devote the time to the kids….don’t have them.

She is not alone raising these kids, she has nannies, nannies are great in a time of need, but nannies are not there to replace the actual reposnibility of being a mother, no one can replace a real mother.

The thing with Kevin is that she knew who he was when she hooked up with him, yes, he is foul, but she made the babies with him.

Kelly on

In response to Moonbaby’s comment, the Bible is not “crap” that might “screw with her mind.” The Bible is a guidebook to life, and it tells the story of Jesus Christ, who died for us so that we might be able to have a chance to get to Heaven. Please don’t be so offensive next time.

As for Britney, I think she’s a beautiful young woman on the outside. Obviously, the inside needs work. But, is there any one of us who doesn’t need work? No one is perfect. Hopefully we will all realize our mistakes before it’s too late.

Sorry to get so preachy; the Bible comment just rubbed me the wrong way. Continue on, People readers, continue on.

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