- Rosie O'Donnell debuted a new silver pixie haircut at the Broadway opening of "Oklahoma!" over the weekend.
- The actress and comedian began embracing her gray hair last year for her role on the Showtime series SMILF.
Rosie O'Donnell revealed a new haircut over the weekend, and her look is pretty much a masterclass on how to embrace your grays. The comedian and actress attended the opening of the Broadway revival of Oklahoma! in New York City on Sunday night, and she took the opportunity to debut her sleek new pixie style.
O'Donnell revealed last year that she was embracing her grays for her role in the Showtime series SMILF, after the show's creator Frankie Shaw asked if she would consider it.
"Frankie said, 'Can you grow your gray out? And, I thought, 'How hard could it be?'" she said in a TODAY interview. "[But] it takes years. We had to put in streaks."
She ultimately dyed her hair gray during the filming of the show's pilot, because her own natural gray hair hadn't fully grown in yet. Back in January, O'Donnell said she was doubtful whether she would maintain the gray: "Well, I don't know. I have five kids and three of them are voting [to] go back. Three of them say, 'You look way too old." But for now, it seems like O'Donnell is sticking to rocking the silver.
Lately, O'Donnell has been back in the news after the release of the book "Ladies who Punch" by Ramin Setoodeh, which documents the behind of the scenes moments and alleged feuds that occurred at The View since its debut in 1997. In an interview with Setoodeh, O'Donnell said she had "a little bit of a crush" on former co-star Elisabeth Hasselbeck. She also said that working with Whoopi Goldberg was "The worst experience I've ever had on live television." But in an interview with Us Weekly this past weekend, she says giving the interview is "her biggest regret."
Last October, O'Donnell announced her engagement to Elizabeth Rooney, an army veteran 20 years her junior. "It’s been a long-distance thing," she said at the time. "It’s been great. She’s very much an equal, she’s very much her own person and loves what she does. She’s a pretty unbelievable young woman...I keep telling her I’m too old for her, but she doesn't seem to care!" All the more reason for O'Donnell to embrace her inner silver vixen.
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