Michelle Williams Catches Pixie-Cut Fever: Love It Or Hate It?

05/18/2010 at 12:35 PM ET

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It looks like Hollywood has a case of pixie cut fever: Joining Jessica Stroup, Renée Zellweger, and Hayden Panettiere, Michelle Williams is the latest star to go super short for summer. The actress, who’s currently at Cannes promoting her film Blue Valentine, showed off a freshly cropped, platinum pixie with long side-swept bangs at the French film festival today. Though she’s no stranger to short hair, having famously chopped her locks into a dramatic Mia Farrow-esque do in 2007, the 29-year-old’s new lighter, brighter neck-baring style is a marked change from the honey-colored, collarbone-grazing waves that she’s been sporting recently. The indie film darling is reportedly in talks to play Marilyn Monroe–could her new color be a nod to the iconic blonde bombshell? Tell us: What do you think of Michelle’s new bleach-blonde pixie cut? –Marissa Patlingrao Cooley


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Kelly on

It looks adorable on her, love it!

Manana on

It’s cute!

Brittany on

She looks absolutely stunning.

ShopSealedWithAKiss on

Um I love it!!

cancuere on

I love it!

Stevie on

I love it! It looks so cute on her.

Sara on

It looks beautiful on her

Gu on

Completely sweet and pretty. Love it, love it!

Merck on

She looks great! She is one of the few actors that can wear this type of cut…

Emily on

LOVE it! ..and its much better blonder!

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