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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Savannah on

NOOOOO ! Where’s the bangs ! ? ! ? D:

ALthough, Pete is hooot no matter what, but still. ): GROOOOW BAAAAAACK! <3

lyn on

I like it! The old look was getting.. well, old!

Pam on

Who cares!!!!!

Trish on

Much, much better. Don’t care for the funny expression.

hotwildflower on

A MILLION TIMES BETTER!!!! Thank God, he got rid of that horrid hair style and no man should ever be wearing make up, ever!

Boopsie on

He’s not much to look at no matter what.

Ashley on

It looks so much better…. He looked kinda gay before and now he looks more masculine.

Jen on

He looks great- not some teenybopper anymore. I see a man and not a boy.

Suzan on

It makes him look too young, don’t like it.

TT on

THIS GUY LOOKS LIKE A MONKEY, AND NOT A CUTE ONE!!!! GO AWAY

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