the result is f****** perfect.
P!ink has never been one to follow the crowd; in fact, she’s usually found trapezing over them. She is an intimidating force who has been bold and rebellious throughout her career and, judging by her latest post on Instagram, it seems that she’s just as fearless as ever.
The Beautiful Trauma singer has debuted a daring new look on Instagram which looks to be inspired by her taste in androgyny. Androgynous style is so close to the mother-of-two’s heart that she even created a presentation for her daughter (who was being bullied in the past for looking like a boy) which celebrated the gender fluidity of stars such as Annie Lennox, David Bowie and Prince.
In the image that P!nk posted on Instagram, she holds her shorn locks in her hand and points her new cropped haircut to the camera. But what’s most most interesting about the post is her choice of caption, which simply says ‘Letting Go’.
Is her buzzcut symbolic of the start of a new chapter for the global superstar?
She has told Entertainment Tonight that 2020 for her is about focusing on family (which is certainly sad news for P!nk music fans).
P!nk’s daughter also recently got a dramatic new haircut, revealed back in September by the singer’s husband. Their daughter Willow Sage Hart had one side of her hair shaved off, which gives the eight-year-old an edgier look.
Like mother, like daughter.
Her father Casey Hart posted the photo and added the caption: Loving my punk rock daughter. Remember everyone, fly your own flag. There is no box to be put in. It’s better to be your own self. Own it, and love it. And if anyone has a problem with it, tell them (politely) to move on. Cant wait to see the woman you grow up to be. I have a feeling you are gonna be strong, fierce, companionate, and caring. I’m so proud of you, Willow.
I wonder if they’d consider adopting me?
In other celebrity news, Miley Cyrus recently debuted a brand-new tattoo dedicated to her current bae. Read more about it here.
Not just your average Joe, Lord Joseph William Furness – lorded by a mate for his birthday (a decision they now live to regret) – struggles to understand a world in which everyone isn’t as blunt, unemotional and sarcastic as him. His mother calls him pretentious because of his materialistic nature; whilst his father tells him that he can’t live in his own ‘dream world’ forever, but he seems to be doing pretty well so far. He plans to write for The Hook until he sees his name in shining lights – a future promised to him by his year 4 primary school teacher. You can contact Joseph at [email protected]Follow