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Miley Cyrus sports new bowl cut, America reacts

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Miley Cyrus may want to dig up her old “Hannah Montana” wig. The former Disney star went back to the ‘90s – the decade she was born—when she debuted her newest look: a bona fide bowl cut. On January 15, Us Weekly posted a pic of the 21-year-old singer’s new ‘do, which showcased her dark roots.

People magazine’s Stylewatch went a step further, posting an open letter to the singer and comparing her to Jim Carrey’s “Dumb and Dumber” character, Lloyd Christmas. The mag also issued a plea to the “Wrecking Ball” singer: “We know you’re not trying to save money by having Tish put a bowl on your head and snip around it, so get thee to a hairdresser and pick a look that isn’t obscuring that pretty face with its bangs and general absurdity.”

New York magazine whipped up a slide show that compared Cyrus’s questionable new look to everything from Moe from the Three Stooges to a thatched roof, while HuffPost Celebrity tweeted: “Miley takes a fashion tip from all 4th grade boys in the '90s with her new bowl–cut style http://huff.to/1d4UTF4.

What do you think of Miley’s new ‘do? Yay or nay?

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