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Britney Spears Shaves Head — For The Environment?

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snipshot_b211g61iew1s.jpgWe all know (well, all of us crazy enough to care) that Ms. Spears has been going through a bit of a crisis lately. Should I be at home with my kids? Should I be at Nobus at 8pm with Paris and Lindsay? Should I wear panties tonight? They’re all topsy-turvy questions and the paparazzi is absolutely willing to document the entire harrowing process for us. Now come new photos showing that Britney has shaved her head. We have no idea why this happened, but one reader, Zaster, thinks Brit might be doing her part to save the planet. He/She writes,

“Just imagine, millions of her fans do the same – I did. Millions of kw/h saved for hot water, hair dryers, millions of plastic bottles, thousands of gallons of shampoo and other chemical products — all saved. Car rides to the hairdresser etc. etc. Thank you Britney, it looks great!”

And it makes sense. Maybe Brit is doing all of this to conserve and make a statement. Maybe we’ll see this catch on and soon all of Hollywood will be bald and beautiful and driving Priuses while wearing organic clothing and sipping fair trade lattes. Maybe Britney will join Gore on stage for a duet at Live Earth while also promoting the benefits of composting toilets in-between sets. That, or maybe she just said ‘f**k it!’ and cut off her hair. Either way, this GI Jane is going through some interesting changes at the moment. Which charity do you think her severed locks will go to? It can only be a matter of time before someone throws them up on Ebay…

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