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Jennifer Lawrence Chops Off Her Hair & Debuts Pixie: “It Couldn’t Get Any Uglier!”

Submitted by on November 9, 2013 – 10:36 amNo Comment
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Jennifer Lawrence has chopped off all her hair and just like Beyonce, Miley Cyrus, and countless other stars before her, the dramatic chop has caused quite the buzz.

The 23-year-old is currently making the rounds promoting her forthcoming film, Hunger Games: Catching Fire, and while the actress is probably starring in one of the biggest sequels of the year, all anyone can seem to talk about is the blonde’s noticeably shorter hair. In Sunnyvale, Calif. during a recent Q&A session with Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, an audience member asked the actress about her new do.“I think a lot of us are wondering what inspired your pixie cut,” she said, “and if that means there’s no more braid in upcoming movies?”

JLaw, seemingly not fazed by the question, admitted that years of coloring her hair for roles in Winter’s Bone, X-Men, and, most recently, Silver Linings Playbook had caused her hair to be so damaged it needed to be cut. “It grew to an awkward gross length, and I kept putting it back in a bun and I was like ‘I don’t want to do this,’ so I just cut it off,” Lawrence told director Francis Lawrence, Mayer, and the crowd. “It couldn’t get any uglier.”

So should fans say bye-bye to Katniss’ signature braid? “This isn’t how Katniss is going to look in the next movies, don’t worry,” Lawrence assured the audience member. “No, I’m wearing a wig [while shooting upcoming "Mockingjay"], so I don’t know…I cut it earlier and it was just kind of here.”

Watch Jenny explain the big chop below. Are you a fan of her new look?

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