Kate Hudson's Hairstylist Will Make You REALLY Want a Pixie Cut
Jennifer Hudson Chops Off Her Long Hair into a Short Pixie Cut!
Oh wow, wooow! This pixie cut makes J.Hud look more than AH-MAZING! Ahem… Yes, readers, J.Hud is Jennifer Hudson. And yes again, following in the footsteps of her Dreamgirls co-star Beyoncé, Anne Hathaway, and other A-list celebrities, she chopped those glamorous, long, dark tresses into a sassy, sexy, short pixie. Can you believe it? Does your silence mean you can’t believe it? Whatever… It’s true. The Oscar winner debuted her new short ‘do at the BET Black Girls Rock! event at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center on Saturday, Oct. 26. Let me tell you that Jennifer showed off not only her new hairstyle but also her super-slim figure, which she outfitted in a sexy little black dress. She completely rocked the pink carpet at that event: with her flawless figure, stunning haircut, and elegant LBD, she was sexy, chic, neat, and eye-catching!
You know who loves her pixie even more than I do? Hudson herself. Here’s the evidence. At the premiere of her new movie, “Black Nativity,” at the Apollo Theater in New York City, when she was asked about the best part of wearing a pixie, the 32-year-old actress told Hollywood Life exclusively:“It’s so easy! Then I get to explore myself and find my new swag with this! You know, it changes your wardrobe, your style, your flavor, so I’m getting used to it!”Okay.
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