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Hayley Williams of Paramore has stunning blue hair in Milwaukee at Summerfest

Hayley Williams performs in Milwaukee at Summerfest 2014
Hayley Williams performs in Milwaukee at Summerfest 2014
Copyright 2014 John Schulze

Paramore played Summerfest less than a week ago in Milwaukee and lead singer Hayley Williams was absolutely the star of the show with her new blue hairdo. Williams, 25 years old, has been known for years for her red and orange hair that has been her signature style. That's not to say Hayley hasn't tried out different looks over the years. In 2007 Hayley sported yellow blonde hair and in 2008 much of Hayley's hair was purple. In 2009 there was a bit of blue in her bangs.

Hayley Williams of Paramore now has blue hair
Copyright 2014 John Schulze

Since late April, Williams has been gradually changing her hair to blue and green, and it's a transformation that really works for her. Since the Paramore and Fall Out Boy Monumentour kicked off in June, Hayley has been rocking a full head of blue and green hair and fans seem to really dig her new look. While on stage Williams is certainly not shy, and her blue hair adds to the aura of her fun personality.

In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly the Paramore singer said, "This hair is something I have been wanting to do this so bad, but I didn’t know if I was going to be able to get the color I want because it’s such a scary experience bleaching my hair. I love how it looks, and I don’t know when I’m going to get rid of it now because I love it so much. As soon as I get really comfortable, that’s when I’m gonna change it." Hopefully Williams doesn't get comfortable with her new color anytime soon.

Paramore is currently on tour supporting a self titled CD that they released in April of 2013 which went to number 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. The most recent single from Paramore is "Ain't It Fun," which has been the highest charting single for the band in their career so far. "Ain't It Fun" reached number 5 on the Billboard Mainstream Top 40 Chart.