Demi Lovato Has A Mullet Now And It Looks So Good

Mullets are officially cool again.

Demi Lovato likes to keep everyone guessing when it comes to what hairstyle they’ll be rocking next.


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The singer’s hair evolution has included everything from long blonde locks…


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To pastel pink tresses…


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To an ombre bob with a shaved side…


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To this blue and purple look…

And at the iHeartRadio Music Awards last night, Demi debuted their latest hairstyle — a mullet!


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While the divisive look may make you think of ’90s country stars, Demi actually totally pulls it off.


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And look how happy they look!


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Here’s another photo for good measure:


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Demi said their recent decision to cut their hair has made them feel “so free” and “more authentic,” acknowledging that they used to “hide behind” their hair.

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“I’ve talked a lot about my past and being in recovery from an eating disorder. I used to use my hair to hide behind. It would cover my body. So when I started doing all this work on myself, I thought, ‘What is something that I’ve been holding onto my whole life that I need to let go of?’ And it was that. I feel more myself now,” Demi said on The Ellen Show.

Just in the few months since Demi cut their hair short, they’ve already rocked so many cropped styles so I can’t wait to see what they do next!

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