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John Mayer Chops Off His Locks: Love It or Hate it?

07/28/2008 at 09:57 AM ET

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It’s been a few months since John Mayer showed off his Family Ties-inspired ’80s do and challenged PEOPLE readers to wax poetic about it with their very own hair haikus. And even after he brought his hairstyle back to the future, he still held onto his signature lush-locked look. But this past weekend the singer shocked and awed us when he sheared off his hair into an Army-issue buzz cut. We think that John looks pretty good no matter what, but we want to know what you think. Tell us: Do you prefer him closely shorn, or should he grow his hair back?

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globalina on

Diane on


Tdog on

I think Jen made him do it.

Diane on


Kathleen on

He looks a lot like Jim Carrey in this photo.

Leigh on

He is hot with any hair style. Jen is one lucky gal!!!

Amber on

I will take him with short or long hair!

carrie on

haha ‘kathleen’ I was thinking the exact same thing- he looks like jim carrey in this pic

Lindsay on

Absolutely Gorgeous! A perfect male specimen.

Maria on

What is a babbie?


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