Lady Gaga's Latest Hairstyle? Dreadlocks!

Lady Gaga Hair Dreadlocks

We've seen Miranda Kerr sprawled on the floor and Mila Jovovich painting her face but Lady Gaga is celebrating Thanksgiving in her own unique way. Last night, the songstress took to Twitter to reveal a brand new hair-do just in time for the festive holiday.

'Off to Peru, i love touring so much,' she told her gazillion followers. 'I wake up smiling everyday. I hope you know I'm thankful for u this thanksgiving.' And Gaga, we're thankful to you. Because not only does her twitpic give us beauty fans another excuse to coo over her bold brows, but she's revealed her latest transformation: Gaga got dreadlocks.

Admittedly, it's always nice to get a new 'do in time for the holidays, but this is a braver beauty move than we'd be making. Not only has she matted her long blonde locks into chunky dreadlocks, she's shaved the sides too! Blimey, what would Gran say?!

Of course, Gagaloo isn't the type to stick to tradition or appease her loved-ones with a glossy mane. You only need to relive her hair history (chronicled for your viewing pleasure below) to know that this is one lady who's not afraid to dabble at the hairdressers.

The style-setter has tried everything from mint green curls to a multi-coloured ponytail; there's been a humbug-inspired 'do as well as that infamous hair bow, which everyone from Cheryl Cole to Nicole Scherzinger copied. In fact, we're hard pressed to think of a hair-do she HASN'T tried. But stay tuned to her Twitter feed and no doubt she'll surprise us again.



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