Miley Cyrus Stole Jenna King's Hairstyle

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While many people thought Miley Cyrus was branching out and being unique with her bleached blonde pixie cut, I spoke with the person who might actually to be the original trend-setter for that style.

Southern Charm's fashion-forward star Jenna King was rocking the "Miley Cyrus" hair before Miley Cyrus even knew it existed.

"Paparazzi always follow me thinking I'm her," King explained to me. "And I'm like, I started that hairstyle!"

She said everyone constantly tells her she looks like Miley, but in reality, Miley looks like her!  Even their styles are similar.

"I like her wardrobe... We would totally be friends," King said about the "Wrecking Ball" singer.

But King's style inspiration doesn't come from Miley.  She describes her personal taste as messy and gets her fashion inspo from stars like Rachel Zoe, Daphne Guinness and Katy Perry.

As for her spring essentials this year? She says everyone needs, "A good pair of big sunglasses, tall platforms and a fun color lipstick."

While her style may be dramatic, her personality reflects nothing of that, especially in her role on Southern Charm.

"I'm social and like to have a good time, but I also help everyone through their issues.  I guess you could say I'm the peacemaker."

Since she's so good at getting people though rough times, I wanted to know which celebrity she would help right now if she could... Her response? Justin Bieber.

"I'd tell him not to advertise everything on Instagram and don't let people post things about you," she explained, telling me if the 20-year-old wants to do those things and have a good time, he needs to figure out a way to not get caught.

So there you have it!  From her awesome style sense to her down-to-earth personality, Jenna King might just be one of my new favorite people. If you want to get to know more about her, make sure to catch Southern Charm, premiering tonight at 10/9 c on Bravo!

 

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  • Tamara Okun
    Tamara Okun

    Usually when someone says you look like someone else, usually the someone else is more known. I dont believe it has anything to do with who rocked the hairstyle first. Its merely a social exchange method.