Is Mary-Kate Copying Ozzy's Style?

04/27/2009 at 03:15 PM ET

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Mary-Kate Olsen always marches to the beat of her own fashion drummer, but could she be listening to the siren call of Ozzy Osbourne’s style? While out biking in N.Y.C. with her boyfriend Nate Lowman this weekend, the petite star paired her flowing wavy locks and layered necklaces with round blue specs that call to mind Ozzy’s classic bespectacled look. But of course, biting off someone’s style is always an easier move than biting the head off a bat. Tell us: What do you think of Mary-Kate’s look?

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suzie on

OMG! She used to be so cute too…

Angie on

Immediately when I saw this picture in Star Tracks, I said, “Ozzy Osbourne went BLONDE?!” because I couldn’t tell it was Mary Kate! HAHA!

somebody local on

I think it’s more of a John Lennon tribute!

so many lolz on

Janis Joplin

anonymous on

HAHAHA… OMG they look like twins!

Hunter on

I think she looks a little like John Lennon, but she pulls it off fabulously!

Jim on

She will be Courtney Love in 10 years…..


they used to be sooo beautiful and lovely, but now they are acting really dark…so sorry for that :-(…

Ree on

She looks soooo much older (?). I would not even have recognized that it was her if I had seen her in person.

maggie on

If this is what $ buys you, I’m glad I’m poor. She looks like she ready to hit 40.

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