Freshly Shorn Pete Wentz Declares the "Death of the Emo Swoosh"

10/05/2009 at 03:43 PM ET

Courtesy Pete Wentz

First he ditched the guyliner, and now Pete Wentz is saying good-bye to his famous raven boy bangs! The rocker took to his Twitter to show off a new buzz cut, tweeting “jay-z had the death of autotune. this is the death of the emo swoosh”. Without the signature locks in his eye, we almost didn’t recognize him! What’s next, baggy jeans? Tell us: What do you think of Pete Wentz’s buzz cut? Do you love it or hate it?

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Denise on

Much much better. His hair was ridiculous before.

toober on

Much better! Welcome to the current decade.

TJ on

Whatever Pete does ROCKS!!!….

Katie on

Looks great. He’s getting older and has a kid now. He needed an updated look.

Valeria on

omg how cute

Tara on

Looks much better. His hair always looked greasy before. I like the clean cut look much better on him.

Andi on

Daddy probably discovered that being a father doesn’t leave time for high-maintenance make-up & hair. At least he looks like a boy and not a girl.

Meghin on

I LOVE IT!! mmmmmmm! he could eat crackers in my bed!

Kara on

He had this same haircut before Take This To Your Grave came out and after they made the video for This Ain’t A Scene, It’s An Arms Race. it’s nothing new.

Martha on

who cares??????/ who are you by the way????

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