Miley Cyrus Debuts a Less Glamorous New Hairstyle this Holiday Season: No more Short Edgy Hair? [See Photos]

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By charmaine corne clutton | December 9, 2013 12:46 PM EST

Cyrus is in the festive season this year as she has been up to quite a lot. Just recently, Cyrus has made it into the headlines of various sites after a raunchy performance at the Jingle Ball show.

The singer sported a shiny, red "crotch" hugging and baring underwear with a top. She also had her singers wear onesies that also were "crotch" bearing but white in color. The singer got into the holiday season as she "twerked" and grinded on Santa Claus, a dude in a costume that looked too young to be Santa.

This is not all that Miley did over the weekend, she was also spotted with a new look. Miley shocked her fans when she decided to change her look by getting a very short hairdo. It was the beginning of her new found freedom from being a Disney child star. She had wanted to finally get rid of her image as a sweet country girl and leave the "Hannah Montana" image behind her.

Cyrus is now taking another drastic fashion change after being spotted in a short bob. She did mention to her fans that she was trying to grow her hair, but this was when she and Australian actor, Liam Hemsworth were still engaged. Her decision to grow her hair must have changed after the two decided to split.

You can see her short but new hairdo here:  Miley Cyrus Ditches Edgy Look & Debuts New Bob Haircut

Her hairstyle needs a little more styling and a whole lot of mousse to make the dry looking strands look alive. She is getting that whole "Rihanna" thing as she experiments with different hairstyles. One thing is for sure, this is new do is different from her edgy shorter hairstyle that she has been rocking recently.

So what do you think? Should she go back to the old hairstyle or does she look better now? 

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