Lady GaGa Joins the Purple People

Lady GaGa Joins the Purple People-photo

No, that's not the long-lost love child of Joey Ramone and Barney the Dinosaur; it's just the always-fashionable Lady GaGa, doing what she does best—grabbing attention by any means necessary.

The always-fashionable "Poker Face" chanteuse was sporting new purple locks as she returned to her hotel after filming a segment for the BBC's Jonathan Ross show in London. The new 'do is quite the departure from Ms. GaGa's usual platinum-blonde locks. But then, this is one songbird who seems determined to raise eyebrows wherever she goes.

And she appears to be committed to the new look, too; she even color-coordinated her hair with a purple teacup. Like we said, the woman is fashionable.

Will we be be seeing  GaGa aficionadas such as Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie rocking the purple look in days to come? Let's all hope so.

Have your say in the comments section: What do you think of Lady GaGa's new purple hair?



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