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Demi Lovato debuts new blonde locks

Published 17/10/2016

Demi Lovato
Demi Lovato

Demi Lovato has ditched her dark hair in favour of lighter tresses.

Demi Lovato has unveiled her new blonde locks with a cute snap on Instagram.

The 24-year-old singer first dyed her hair lighter back in 2012, then again in 2013 when she went almost platinum.

And it seems the bleach was calling once more, as on Sunday evening (16Oct16) she surprised her followers by unveiling her long blonde locks in a selfie that featured her leaning away from the camera in a white jumper.

“Goldie locks,” she captioned the photo, alongside a yellow heart emoji.

Her new look has gone down a storm with fans, with many calling her ‘beautiful’ and praising her new shade, though one user pointed out: “@ddlovato blonde or blackberry you have a beautiful face you're fine.”

It seems the transition was a gradual one as Demi has been adding highlights to her hair over recent months, with one photo on Instagram from two weeks ago showing noticeably lighter strands.

Her transformation comes after a series of revelations for the star, who earlier this month (Oct16) revealed she was taking a break from her music and the spotlight while admitting it doesn’t feel “worth it” anymore.

And for the November issue of U.S. Glamour magazine she showed off her natural beauty, freckles and all, while discussing how she’s overcome an eating disorder to finally become content in her own skin.

"I feel healthy, I feel happy,” she told the publication.

"I don't look at the criticism anymore. If somebody calls me fat, even in a vulnerable moment, I laugh to myself and think, ‘I'm doing everything I can, so there's nothing I can do about it.’”

She also noted that she’s not got a six-pack and has no plans to get one, as she doesn’t see the muscular look as very appealing.

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