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Selena Gomez's Blonde Hair Won't Be Going Away Anytime Soon

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Love Selena Gomez‘s new blonde hair? Well, get ready for a lot more blonde bob inspiration from her.

Just weeks after debuting a new bright blonde hue at the American Music Awards, Gomez has confirmed that she’s sticking with the new look until further notice. The 25-year-old star spoke to E! News at the Billboard Women in Music Awards, and was asked the question we’ve all been dying to know the answer to: whether or not she’s keeping the blonde. Great news: the answer is yes.

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“I am, I am,” Selena said about keeping the platinum shade, which is an icy blonde hue with dark brown roots and was created by her longtime color team Riawna Capri and Nikki Lee. “She’s not going anywhere,” Gomez added of the look, referring to it as “she.”

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But when asked if she’s come up with a name for the look, Gomez responded, “Not yet. I gotta find it. I’m still getting to know it.”

And no, she’s not taking suggestions. “It’s mine,” she laughed.

What do you think of Selena’s new look? Do you like her hair better brown or blonde? Sound off in the comments below.

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