Marie Osmond from 'The Talk' Is Back to Her Brunette Locks Day after She Surprised Fans with a Shorte Blonde Bob
"The Talk" host Marie Osmond appears to have gone back to her brunette roots barely a day after she unveiled a new blond look.
Barely a day after she unveiled her new blond looks, Marie Osmond has gone back to her trademark brunette hairdo.
"Marie has maintained that the only reason she would ever consider changing the color of her natural brunette curls would be if her hair became gray."
Marie tagged her hairstylist, Cody Renegar, who she had praised previously. According to Closer Weekly, the TV personality had first unveiled her blond locks on “The Talk” during its February 11 episode.
Marie had proceeded to social media, where she shared a series of pictures that included her hairstylist. Through the post’s caption, the entertainer had explained that Cody had done wonders for her as she wrote:
“This is @hairbycody90210, I absolutely adore him!! What should we call him? What should his hashtag be?? #CutieCody #CodysTheMan #CodyCoyote #CrazyCody.”
Closer Weekly revealed that her 200,000+ followers loved the star’s images so much that they took to the comment section to applaud her. While one person stated that Marie was beautiful no matter what hair color she had on, another fan added:
“I don’t know what you should call him, but dang girl … I really like this look on you!!”
This won’t be the first time that the singer would rock blond locks as she did the same during a girls’ trip to Mt. Rushmore. Despite her love for her natural hair, the “Dancing with the Stars” competitor has become well-known for rocking wigs.
The mother-of-eight had seemed relaxed as she talked about that phase in her life. In her words:
“My kids really like it and, initially, I did it just so we can have our private time. Because I’m not going to be rude if someone comes up for an autograph.”
Regardless of that, Marie has maintained that the only reason she would ever consider changing the color of her natural brunette curls would be if her hair became gray.