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Lily Allen Goes Blonde: Love It or Hate It?

04/07/2008 at 11:56 AM ET

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She may be almost as recognizable for her signature dark locks as her iconic voice, but Lily Allen has something new to smile about, showing off her bright side in London today. We love the way Lily’s new blonde color complements up her complexion, but we want to know what you think. Tell us: Do you love Lily’s new look, or should she go back to the brown locks she’s known for?

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Izzie on

I say “NO WAY!” I love the original Lilly… dark locks and all. Not to say people can’t change their color once in a while, but I think she look even cuter as a brunette. If she must go blonde, I agree, select a darker blonde.

… still love her though! SMILE :)

look at me beautiful on

she’s looking cute in the past i never thought of her as beautiful but i won’t be saying that anymore

amy on

hate it!!!!

Jess on

Whatever helps her come out with a new album is fine with me!

Anonymous on

For some reason her hair color and smile in this picture reminds me of Kristen Cavallari. Maybe I’m just mental today.

Kimberly M on

I like Lily’s new look. It seems better with her complexion.

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