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Katherine Heigl Goes Back to Blonde: Love It or Hate It?

09/23/2010 at 02:00 PM ET

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Katherine Heigl isn’t exactly immune to stirring up controversy, but on-set tussles aside, if there’s one thing that really gets her fans talking, it’s her drama-queen-worthy hair changes–and after months as a brunette, the actress is back to blonde. In the past, honey-colored hair has been her standard blonde staple, but this time around it looks like Heigl hit the bottle a little bit harder, bleaching it out to soft platinum. And while most stars tend to stick to one side of the hair color spectrum, Katherine seems to be one of the few A-listers who can gracefully shift between extremes. But we want to know your take on the change. Should Heigl stick with the lighter color, or defect back to the dark side? –Katherine Kluznik Rentmeester

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[...] has always been a master of the quick color change — she’s gone from blond to brunette and back again more times than we can count. But the actress took her style up a notch yesterday while out in Los [...]

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