Joe Jonas Cues the Curls: Love It or Hate It?

03/30/2009 at 12:47 PM ET

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Joe Jonas is as known for his sleekly straight locks as for his teen heartthrob status. But at the Kids’ Choice Awards in L.A. this weekend, the middle Jonas Brother followed his older and younger brothers’ lead and let his hair’s natural curl reign.Vote! Then tell us: Do you prefer Joe with curly hair or should he go back to straight?

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Nicole on

I really like his hair straight, but I think that it isnt up to me because he should have it any way that he likes it.

indira on

he looks great with that hair style!

Ani on

NO DOUBT CURLY!!! or straight but like in Camp Rock ^^

bianca on

he looks so cute in both of the picture.. and it doesn’t matter if hes hair is curly, straight or what.. HE STILL LOOKS GORGEOUS!

Maria* on

OMG.. *-*

Joe looks sooooo cute with curly hair!!!

LOVE IT!

Miranda on

OMG. Soo much better with the curls.

adriana on

i love his beautiful curly hair he is so friggin gorgeous!!!!!!!!! and sexy

april on

i love both hair styles. he looks amazing either way.

dollydolphin on

Both styles look hot. Can’t pick just one I have to pick both.

Lisbeth on

I Love his curls! Iv’e been waiting for a new hairstyle, but i didn’t expect to see some curls. I LOVE it!

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