Selena Gomez Cuts Her Hair: Love It Or Hate It?

06/09/2009 at 12:42 PM ET

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At Sunday night’s A Time for Heroes event for Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS, Selena Gomez debuted a new shorter, blonde-highlighted bob. “I cut it yesterday,” she told “I was sitting down in the chair, and I was going to ask for the same thing: Little extensions, curling it, long.” But on the spur of the moment, she says, “I just cut it — cut it off! It feels good.” We think the shorter length is perfect for summer, as is the lighter hue. Tell us: Do you like Selena’s shorter style, or do you prefer it longer? –reporting by Nicholas White

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me on

love it

Lily on

It’s really cute. Nice for summer and looks great with her one structure.

JanetteC on

Why is anyone even discussing this boyfriend stealing girl? ick she makes me sick

S on

I think her hair is too thick for that look. Now it looks like her head is massive.

Amy on

She looks so much better and more her age. Love it!

Nichole on

It’s a refreshing change for her.

Sarah on

I really like it. It suits her

Gina on

Whose boyfriend did she steal?

Cassandra on

you don’t know for sure that she actually stole someones boyfriend. You cant believe everything you read! well unless its on PEOPLE !

-but anyways her hair looks good! i like it :)

addy on

it looks great and awesome for the summer

and it looks just like mine!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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