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Justin Timberlake Shows Off His Curls! Love It or Hate It?

12/01/2009 at 11:34 AM ET

Andrew Shawaf/Pacific Coast News

After going solo back in 2002, Justin Timberlake ditched the highlighted curls that made him famous in ‘NSync for a sexy cropped cut that he has kept ever since. But, now, it seems that Justin is getting back to his roots. The sexy singer stepped out on a movie set showing off a head full of almost-blonde curls! While his luxurious waves first captured our hearts back in his boy band days, we’re so used to seeing his close crop that this really took us by surprise. What do you think? Tell us: Do you like Justin’s hair better cropped or curly? Vote!

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Ashley on

I don’t care about his hair. I like that he’s showing off his love of NPR. That’s super hot.

Liana on

AMANDA BURNETT – So despite the fact that Edward and I have still never made it onto the blog :sigh: I keep lonoikg over all the new pictures over and over! Makes me wish I could have another wedding so we could do something different next time! And, of course, have you photograph it ) Amazing work, Holly it gets me inspired!xoAmanda

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