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Camila Cabello unveils bleach blonde hair transformation

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Camila Cabello unveils blonde hair transformationDia Dipasupil - Getty Images

Camila Cabello has unveiled a bleach blonde hair transformation.

The singer and actress took to Instagram to show off her new hair colour, trading her trademark brunette locks for a platinum look.

"It's time," Cabello captioned the post, alongside a close-up Reel of the herself posing for selfies using a handheld camera.

Fans quickly took to the comments section to share their love for her lighter look, likening the star to singers Sabrina Carpenter and Christina Aguilera. "Blonde bombshell pop star era incoming," one person wrote.

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"You rock that blonde!!!!" another fan added, while a third said they were "screaming crying throwing up".

Chart-topping singer Olivia Rodrigo commented: "YESSSSSS", while Barbie star Issa Rae added: "I know that's right!"

Celebrity hair stylist Nikki Lee also shared a video of the bold hair transformation to her Instagram feed, writing: "Blonde Camila. It was a process, but we did it!"

In 2021, the former Fifth Harmony singer made her movie debut in Prime Video's Cinderella, where she played the titular character opposite Nicholas Galitzine's Prince Charming.

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The musical also features appearances from Pierce Brosnan as King Rowan and Minnie Driver as Queen Beatrice, while James Corden, John Mulaney and Romesh Ranganathan play the three mice who are magically transformed into footmen.

Cabello continued her career on the big screen last year, as she joined the stacked voice cast of Trolls 3. The Trolls World Tour sequel saw the 'Havana' popstar play main character Poppy's (Anna Kendrick) long-lost older sister. Justin Timberlake also returned as fan-favourite troll Branch.

Cinderella is available to stream on Amazon Prime. Trolls 3 is available to watch digitally on Prime Video, iTunes and the Microsoft Store.

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