Kate Gosselin Chops Off Hair Extensions

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Kate Gosselin changes her look -- again. Credit: Justin Campbell, BuzzFoto / FilmMagic


Presto-change-o! Former reality-TV mom of many Kate Gosselin has chopped off her $7,000 hair extensions, US Weekly reports.

Gosselin is most recently famous for her rancorous split from hubby Jon Gosselin, which officially brought about the demise of the pair's TLC series "Jon and Kate Plus 8," a show that detailed the couple's struggles raising twins and sextuplets. She was also well-known -- and roundly mocked in the media -- for her signature short-and-spiky hair style.

Just like lots of other women, Gosselin changed her look -- with the help of a 20-hour makeover -- as soon as the ink on her divorce decree was dry. But, apparently, she wasn't thrilled with her new 'do.

"She thinks her hair looks over­processed and damaged," an unnamed source tells the magazine. "She's afraid people will think she's one of Tiger Woods' bimbos!"

The 34-year-old newly single mama debuted her current look while out clubbing last week in New York City, Us Weekly reports. She's gone from spiked-out reverse mullet to long and flowing blond extensions to a shoulder-length style with bangs.

She's slated to appear on ABC's "The View" as a guest host on March 11, according to ETOnline. We wonder what look she'll be sporting by then.

Related: Kate Gosselin Tells Her Story in New Book
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