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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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alicia on

I love that he is making a change. Good for Pete and if he’s happy then that is all that matters.

Candy on

It’s good, time for him to grow up.

sHERIE on

Looks great! He’s rockin it!

dee brady on

Nice change. Looks good with both styles.

jaime mounteer on

i think he looks good. he was getting too old for that cut anyway.

Leean on

I like it. He is a new dad so this is more grown up look for his son to look up to then the eyeliner and long hair. Plus he looks cuter like this

Genghis on

“What’s emo?”

“It’s like Goth for wusses.”

NS on

Love it!!

troll on

Finally,his hair always looked so dirty and greasy

Kerry on

Looks so much better!

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