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Fergie Shows Off Blonder Hair at Billboard Music Awards

05/23/2011 at 03:00 PM ET

Fergie Goes Blonde for Billboard Music Awards
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Fergie has gone back to blonde! The singer’s illuminating onstage getup (a dress designed by Philips Lighting in collaboration with her stylist B. Akerlund) wasn’t the only thing lighting up the Billboard Music awards — she also set off some shock waves before the show by debuting new light blonde hair. After months of rocking a darker color, Fergie walked the red carpet Sunday night with light blonde locks, but still kept her sexy edge by balancing the soft new hue with dark eyes and a peekaboo Hervé Léger by Max Azria Atelier dress. This isn’t the first time that the Avon face has played color chameleon. She also went blonde last fall, lightening up from almost black. We love how Fergie’s fearless about taking risks with her color, and think that this change might be her most flattering yet. Tell us: What do you think of Fergie as a blonde? –Kim Peiffer
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Brogitte on

Finally! I think Fergie looks even much better in blond. She has a strickt face and blond hair makes her a little bit softer..So, thumb up!

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CC on

Love her Fergie’s hair it gives her face a softer look.

tina on

she looks like a man

Kate on

Nice colour, but did they not have enough dye to do her roots too?

Kathy on

She looks better in blonde… i agree with Brogitte….it does make her look much softer. Nice choice Fergie.

Cath on

I just wish that she would do a side part more often – it is so flattering on her and yet she rarely does it. I find the centre part too severe a look for her.

Darian on

She looks better blonde.

Jon on

I like Fergie as a Blond, she looks great!

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