Lorde Just Ditched Her Dark Hair To Go Blonde

Lorde blond hair
Getty Images
Most of us know Lorde as a heavenly black-haired beauty, but now she's discovering once and for all if blondes really do have more fun.
On Sunday, the 25-year-old singer debuted her new golden locks while performing at the 2022 Glastonbury Festival in England. Lorde wore her fresh hair, colored by hairstylist Cameron Rains, in a center part styled in beachy waves for the occasion, which she complemented with dark brown eyebrows and a subtle purple eyeshadow look. While this isn't the first time we've seen the star go blonde (she sported a similar look in a music video for her song "Mood Ring" last year), the appearance marks the first time Lorde has actually dyed her hair as opposed to using a wig.
RELATED: Lorde wore her hair as a scarf on the red carpet
Lorde kept the purple theme in her outfit by pairing the new 'do' with a purple corset bodysuit that featured thigh floss thongs layered over sheer red tights. The singer completed her ensemble with simple gold necklaces, gold hoop earrings and black dress shoes.
During her performance, the "Solar Power" singer also decided to speak out about the recent overturning of the landmark Roe V. Wade abortion case. "Welcome to sadness," Lorde said on stage. “The temperature is unbearable until you face it. wanna hear a secret girl Your bodies were meant to be controlled and objectified even before you were born.”
She continued, "This horror is your birthright. But here's another secret. You have strength. This wisdom is also your birthright. I ask you today to make the practice of this wisdom your life's work, because everything depends on it. F–k the Supreme Court."
New Zealand singer-songwriter (born 1996)

Last News

Former GA high school coach indicted on 22 charges after arrest for sexual exploitation of children

Starbucks customers on TikTok are ‘horrified’ by the chain’s new menu item: ‘This cannot be real’

Ukrainian soldier brings down Russian Su-25 attack jet

River Thames drying up in England

Explosions rock Russian military base in Crimea

Lisa Kudrow recalls Jerry Seinfeld taking some credit for early 'Friends' success