Rihanna's Wild Red Curls: Love 'Em or Hate 'Em?

01/21/2011 at 10:00 AM ET

Rihanna's Big Red Hair
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As if her bright red hair color wasn’t edgy enough, Rihanna pushed boundaries even further on Wednesday night when she stepped out in L.A. sporting a voluminous curly coif. But the new look may just be part of her day job; before she headed out for the evening, the star tweeted a picture of herself from the set of her new video for her song S&M sporting the same do along with a heart-shaped eye patch. We’ve definitely seen her experiment with a fair share of different hairstyles over the years, but this may be the largest we’ve ever seen her hair get. Tell us: What do you think of Rihanna’s big hair?—Kim Peiffer

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Brandi on

She looks like Boober From Fraggle Rock!

beth on

she looks like Sideshow Bob, from the simpsons

ANN on

TOO MUCH OVER THE TOP,BUT AS LONG AS THE LIKES IT

jk on

why does she try so hard??

Traci on

C’mon girl…we love you, but do you have a mirror in the house??

Adam on

She looks like Kelis

Bebe on

I second the Side Show Bob comment! it was exactly my thought when I saw her.

michiko on

it’s so janet jackson – velvet rope days

katy on

hate them!!

JulieA on

Bozo, anyone?

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