Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Kelly Ripa debuts the sleek, short 'Karlie' cut for fall

Kelly Ripa went and got herself the Karlie!

Kelly Ripa debuts the sleek, short 'Karlie' cut for fall

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Kelly Ripa, left, and Michael Strahan. (David Russell / Disney, ABC)
Kelly Ripa, left, and Michael Strahan. (David Russell / Disney, ABC)

Kelly Ripa went and got herself the Karlie.

The co-host of Live with Kelly and Michael debuted a dramatic, fresh 'do to kick off the new season of her show Tuesday. A sleek, chic and short bob. "Back in the saddle........with a new cut!" Ripa shared via Twitter.

The sunny personality who hails from South Jersey shared the story of running into Katie Couric, who told Ripa she looked "newscastery."

Beyonce, who was in town over Labor Day Weekend, recently debuted the Karlie - a hairstyle named after supermodel Karlie Kloss who's known for the cute cut. We were worried initially about Bey's hair-flipping abilities, or lack thereof, but she certainly brought it Saturday night at Made in America.

Would you dramatically cut your hair like Beyonce or Kelly Ripa?
Yes: I need a nice change for fall
No: Love my long hair

So could this look be a new trend in time for fall? Do you like it? Vote.

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