Everything in Hollywood undergoes a drastic change but sometimes change might not always be a great thing. This holds true for one popular singer, Miley Cyrus, who has chopped of her long blonde locks for a boyish hairdo that has gained her a lot of hate.
Paris Jackson came to the defense of Miley Cyrus claiming her hair is lovely.
Surprisingly, Miley Cyrus has earned one hell of a fan in Paris Jackson who says her hair is just lovely.
Miley Cyrus has been shocking everybody nowadays. First off was her sudden engagement with "The Hunger Games" star, Liam Hemsworth last May. Now, Miley has managed to pull the rug from underneath her fans' feet with her drastic hair do. While other Miley fans may love it, not everybody especially those in the Twitter-verse agree to the do.
Cyrus' hair has been the talk of the town ever since Miley had her long blonde locks hacked off. Who wouldn't talk about it when Miley had continuously updated her Twitter account with countless pictures of herself and her new hair? Some have shown their support over Miley's hair cut while others have been nasty. Billy Ray Cyrus' daughter having been under constant stresses from haters and fans alike felt the need to stick up for herself with a tweet.
"my dad @billyraycyrus used to tell me "opinions are are like ass holes every body has one" LOVE my hair ❤ feel so happy, pretty, and free," after she debuted her hair cut," tweeted Miley.
Liam Hemsworth, Miley's fiancée, unexpectedly agrees with the hair cut. In an interview with Good Morning America, Liam admittedly claimed that the haircut looked great on his fiancé.
"Her hair looks great," said Liam, adding, "It's a big change and it looks really fantastic."
Miley has also found another fan of her hair in the late Michael Jackson's daughter, Paris Jackson. The 14-year old came to the defense of Miley on Twitter which is enough to put all the hair hate to rest.
"i don't know why people keep hating on Miley's new cut.. i love it !! shes being herself & shes being different & i love her for that !" said Paris.
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