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Diane Keaton Goes Gray for the Golden Globes (And We Love It)

01/13/2014 at 01:00 AM ET

Diane Keaton hairPaul Archuleta/FilmMagic; Paul Drinkwater/NBCUnive

Watch out, Clooney: You may have some competition for biggest silver fox in Hollywood. Diane Keaton debuted a brand new, silvery hair color at the Golden Globes.

The actress stayed true to her usual award show style in a sleek black pantsuit and tie, but there was one very major change: her sophisticated new hue. She traded in her longtime dark-blonde shade for a very pretty silver color that totally worked with her vibe. She also added layers and some height at the crown that made her new look even chicer.

Amazing Golden Globes hair from every angle!

Other star hair changes of the night: Hayden Panettiere’s sleek haircut, Zosia Mamet‘s blunt bob and Johnny Depp’s messy blonde-ish mane. And in case you missed it, we gave Jared Leto’s man bun a very special tribute.

Do you like Keaton’s hue? Which hair change was your favorite of the night?

–Brittany Talarico

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Val on

LKT google “Going gray looking great”. It’s a website that will inspire you to “go for it”. On there you will find pics of a hundred women before and after they took the plunge of every age and not one of them looked better “before”! You will find that it’s not about the color of your hair that ages you. If you still care about the rest of yourself, being stylish, classy, etc. you will find that going silver will not give your age away even at 45. I get more compliments on my hair now than I EVER did when I dyed it. Good luck! It takes about a year to grow out completely and it’s very liberating!!!!

exit82 on

well, I lost a friend because I commented on her hair and told her it made her look older than she was. I mean- she had young kids and it did!! I can’t tell you how many times we were together with her kids and people thought she was the grandmother-and she couldn’t figure out why – so I told her- Diane is clearly of the age where she can pull this off and she looks lovely.

jane on

Saw her in Whole Foods on Friday, it’s a wig.

lunaticlarry on

LOVE it!! LOVE!!

great on

Her hair looks awesome for her age….I don’t get the tie and suit though…..

K.B. on

Two years ago I finally let my hair go silver, and I will never go back! The freedom of not having to visit a colorist or worry about roots showing is thrilling. I love my silver, and I love her silver. Good for her!

Jaci on

Not a fan of the silver color. Doesn’t flatter her like her blonde look does…. She has pretty hair/color so if it ain’t broke don’t fix it!

Two Cents on

She is fabulous! She’s a beautiful, confident woman that embraces who she is, including her age. She is a true role model for girls growing up. It’s perfectly ok to not have fish lip injections and to let your hair turn gray – and you can still be attractive! Yes!

anna on

simply gorgeous

Seabot on

It’s absolutely gorgeous. The color, the style, everything.

I started going grey in my teens and unfortunately colored it for years. Around age 35 I finally stopped. Now strangers stop me in stores and on the streets to tell me how much they love it.

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