When Halle Berry debuted with a dramatic bob hairstyle on the red carpet at the Oscars, she divided fans into those who are pro-bob and those who are resolutely no. I admit, I wasn’t exactly with her new look, but I mean it is Halle Berry after all – is there really any look she can’t pull ?! Even Berry was having fun on Twitter and laughing at the reaction her ultra short new hairstyle caused online. So you can imagine our surprise when we realized that the joke was for us, and Berry’s look was actually just a temporary thing. Yes, the actress shared a photo on Instagram, smiling with her long locks, still intact, which means that her controversial Oscars are probably the result of a carefully placed wig. See for yourself:
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“Oscar Bob … I’m kidding,” Berry titled her post along with a gorgeous selfie where she shines with a smile.
While many fans in the comments wrote something in the spirit of “thank God”, others commented that her haircut with an “Oscar” is proof that Berry can bring out any kind – which is the only right approach. “😂 … Some people were really negative about Bob!” LIL DID YOU KNOW! 😂😂😂 YOU CAN DOWNLOAD ANY LOOK … 🥰 “, read one comment
Another user said, “Even if it wasn’t, I can’t understand why people stumbled so hard. Don’t they know they don’t get a vote? I personally liked it, sharp and super cute. “Long or short hair, the Oscar-winning actress is absolutely stunning – all the time.
i love you guys and your memes. xx
– Halle Berry (@halleberry) April 30, 2021
After sharing the photo, Berry went on Twitter to write a message to his fans: “I love you guys and your memes. xx. “
We love that Berry is not taken too seriously and is able to joke with the internet from time to time. In the end, Berry’s look for the 2021 Oscars was seen by almost everyone and made people talk, and we’re willing to bet that’s exactly what she wanted to do.
Before you go, click here to see all the most shocking looks at the Oscars over the years.