Mary J. Blige has a model new ‘do in time for the holidays. She’s received lengthy blonde hair and bangs, as followers are raving over her attractive look.
Mary J. Blige has rocked many hairstyles and colours over time, and we’re loving her newest hair makeover. She’s experimenting with lengthy yellow-blonde locks and blunt minimize bangs in an Instagram picture she shared on Dec. 23, 2020. Mary’s selfie confirmed a full face of glam make-up, in addition to massive chunky gold hoop earrings with the sides protruding in opposition to the 49-year-old’s excessive cheekbones.
It appeared Mary used a filter for the picture, which had a warming glow over it. She had a big gold pendant on a sequence round her neck, however what was written on it wasn’t seen as a result of nature of the snapshot’s brightness. Mary was carrying an olive coloured sweater with cable knit patterns on the aspect and seemed merely gorgeous.
The “No More Drama” singer wrote within the caption a line from JAY-Z‘s “Hard Knock Life, sharing “When my situation ain’t improving. I’m trying to murda everything movin feel me!!!” One factor she in all probability wsn’t feeling was the variety of followers nonetheless cheering her on as “Auntie” within the feedback. She’s been known as that beloved time period for years, and revealed in an Aug. 2020 interview that she actually doesn’t prefer it.
“Why can’t I just be a sister? There are women that are like, way older than me calling me ‘Auntie.’ C’mon,” the R&B legend advised Hip Hollywood. “Can I just be your sister? Your friend in your head? The auntie is like, C’mon.” The singer added, “Not if you’re ten years older than me. Please don’t call me auntie. I’ll be your sister.”
Some well-known names have been loving Mary’s new ‘do. Actress Kerry Washington left a series of fire emojis in the comments, while Tamar Braxton left several pink heart emojis. Other fans gave Mary shout outs to her character Monet on the current Starz spin-off Power Book II: Ghost, writing the queenpin’s identify — with some even cheering “Auntie Monet!” — within the feedback part. Mary might be loving all of the love Monet is getting, simply not with the “auntie” half.