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We Know Where Beyoncé's Hair Went: On Lady Gaga

08/23/2013 at 09:54 AM ET

Beyonce Lady Gaga hairGetty; Splash News Online

When Beyoncé chopped off her long waves, we had to wonder where it ended up (a charity? A museum? In a box to the left?). Well, we’re wondering no more because the case of Queen Bey’s missing mane has been solved! It appears the honey-blonde strands have relocated to Lady Gaga’s head.

We thought we’d seen Lady Gaga’s hair in almost every color, style and shape under the sun–she’s done it all from a hair bow to an aquamarine beehive and a floor-length ponytail—but we were wrong.

She’d never rocked the Beyoncé.

Mother Monster debuted this latest hairstyle in N.Y.C. on Tuesday while promoting her new single Applause and we’d give her Beyoncé-esque do a standing ovation. It probably took numerous bottles of hair spray for her to achieve these voluminous, serpentine curls, but we think it was worth it. (Plus, maybe she’ll hang on to all those empty cans and use them for a red carpet dress.)

Tell us: Are you crazy in love with Lady Gaga’s new hair or did it look better on Beyoncé?

–Storm Heitman

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Both have on lace wigs, but beyonce’s look’s way more natural.


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