Kelly Clarkson's Blonde Again! Love It or Hate It?

08/13/2007 at 05:00 PM ET

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Kelly Clarkson has certainly tried out her fair share of hair colors, but she’s been brunette for quite a while now. But this weekend she hit Las Vegas with a new light blonde bob, and we’re totally into the look on the singer! Maybe it’s that it’s summer or that it looks so sharp with her little black dress, but we think Kelly is looking great with the lighter locks. But we want to know what you think! Tell us: Do you love Kelly as a blonde or is she better as a brunette?

FILED UNDER: Hair , Kelly Clarkson
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Cheryl on

This is an improvement…

ila on

love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Brooke on

Either way, her hairdo cannot overcome her diva-like attitude.

Stacy on

She just needs a tan to match it, but otherwise looks really good.

Cassie on

i <3 her as blonde!!


NOP! can’t say i like the blonde, she looks much better with the dark!!

JenB on

Much better as a brunette. Blonde washes her out and is unflattering to her face shape.

Katie on

She just looks like a nice sweet person no matter what color her hair is. Plus she can sing!!!

g on

it washes her out…

andrea on

I think Kelly looks better as a brunette. But, she has a great voice and color of hair can never take that away!

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