Check Out Emily Blunt's New Hair Color

11/27/2012 at 01:00 PM ET

Emily Blunt Blonde
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She wasn’t trying to go incognito, but Emily Blunt was barely recognizable with her new hair color on Monday night.

“That’s not Emily Blunt,” one reader commented after we posted a photo to Instagram of Blunt at the Gotham Independent Film Awards in New York. “Yep, that’s not Emily Blunt,” someone else agreed.

But yes, it was Emily Blunt — and yes, she’d gone blonde! The British star debuted a strawberry-blonde hue at Monday night’s gala, hiding the hair color in a pretty, twisty updo, but leaving some light-colored strands out for us to see.

The actress — a natural brunette — often experiments with her hair color, having gone lighter for roles in the past and most recently rocking an ombr√© look.

Since she’s currently filming the sci-fi action flick All You Need Is Kill with Tom Cruise, we assume she dyed her hair for the role. But whether for work or for play, we’re really liking the lighter look. What do you think? Tell us: Do you like Blunt’s new blonde hair?¬†

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akri on

Suits her well. I like her a lot.

d malone on

hate it.

Cindy on

LOVE it.

Carrie on

I think she looks amazing with blonde hair. Not a lot of women can go from brown to blonde, but she’s definitely on of the lucky ones!

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