Did Carrie Underwood Chop Off Her Hair?

08/29/2012 at 12:15 PM ET

Carrie Underwood
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What would Carrie Underwood look like if she cropped her long blonde into a chin-length bob? Well, now we know.

The country singer recently wore her mane in a style that left us wondering: Did she or didn’t she lob her locks? She attended an industry event for her hit “Good Girl” in Nashville Tuesday rocking what is either a pinned-back hairstyle or a brand new (and rather drastic) haircut.

We’re leaning toward the former after some photo investigation. But the faux bob (if that’s what it is) has left us wondering if Underwood is perhaps test-driving a new look.

Back in 2009, she sported shoulder-length hair, which is the shortest we’ve ever seen her go, and maybe she’s itching to shake things up again. (After all, it is apparently the month of bold Hollywood hair decisions.)

We think Underwood looks gorgeous with long and short tresses, but we want to know what you say. Tell us: Which hair length suits Underwood best: super-long or chin-length? Vote below!

–Jennifer Cress

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dee on

Beautiful either way.

Anonymous on

BLAH!

Kim on

Well if this is a photo of the “look” anyone is confused about, it’s clearly just pinned up. Probably due to the heat. Can’t believe I wasted my time reading and commenting on this……..

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