Miley Cyrus isn’t the only celebrity to ever get a haircut

Behold: Miley Cyrus' new haircut.

In the haircut heard round the world, Miley Cyrus went from medium-length golden tresses to a super-cropped, bleach blonde style reminiscent of Kiefer Sutherland in the “Lost Boys” circa 1987 — and she is making sure everybody knows.

Cyrus, who is recently engaged, has been tweeting about her haircut pretty much non-stop, with plenty of pics for all the world to see. She even live tweeted through the whole thing, posting a photo of a pair of scissors up against her shoulder-length locks.

“Never felt more me in my whole life,” she tweeted after the cut was complete. “Most successful Sally day EVER! I feel pretty ohhhh so pretty and gayyy.”

As with anything Miley Cyrus does, the new look came with all kinds of controversy, sparking compliments and criticism alike. Did Cyrus let it all go, showing off the new cut and moving on?

No. No, she did not.

She fired back at the haters, making sure the conversation about her hair did not let up for even a minute.

“My dad @billyraycyrus used to tell me ‘opinions are are like a—— every body has one’ LOVE my hair, feel so happy, pretty, and free,” she tweeted. Then, more pics.
 
Yes, we get it.

At this rate, you’d think it was the first time ever a celebrity got some kind of new hair look. Believe it or not, plenty of celebrities get a complete tress overhaul on a fairly regular basis. They just aren’t chronicling every second of it via social media.  

You never know what Rihanna’s hair will look like next.

Lindsay Lohan’s transition to blonde marked the beginning of a downward spiral.

From curly mop to dapper slick-back, Jonah Hill’s new look is smoking!

This was one new haircut everyone was happy to see on Kate Gosselin.



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