Did Angèle cut her hair?

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For 2024, the 28-year-old artist has once again set the Internet on fire by publishing an image of herself with short hair. We decrypt.

Last December, Angèle shared a photo of herself revealing a brand new little face. On the occasion of her 28th birthday, she surprised her fans by sporting a new hair look. With hair above his shoulders, the Belgian artist appeared 20 to 30 centimeters shorter. Known for her voluminous blonde mane, she seemed to have said goodbye to her lengths. However, this radical change has not been made official by the singer of “Your Queen”. No one knows to this day if this is a wig for a creative project or not.

However, a new image has just appeared on the Web. While looking back on her year 2023, Angèle published a compilation of videos on TikTok which summarizes the last 12 months. She presents: “1 year in 1 minute”.

In the last shot, we see him from behind blowing out his birthday candles. While this moment seems to have been filmed by a smartphone, in complete privacy, Angèle appears with her neck open and her hair short.

Angèle’s TikTok screenshot

In the comments there is excitement. Fans want to know more! “ Show us your hair from the front », Launches a subscriber while another launches: “ I’m going to start a petition for you to show us your hair », thus garnering several dozen likes.

So when will this new look be made official? The fans are stamping their feet.


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