Miley Cyrus just gave herself a legit 'Tiger King' haircut in self-isolation

Miley Cyrus Is Serving 'Tiger King' Vibes With Her New Self-Isolation Haircut

"Lucky for me, I’m not seeing anyone"

Beauty Crew Digital Content Editor / April 03 2020

At the end of 2019, Miley Cyrus completely blew up the Internet when she debuted one seriously divisive mullet hairstyle. Now, while self-isolating, the star has given herself yet another wild new hair look and she's now downright channelling 2020's biggest breakout star: Joe Exotic AKA the Tiger King.

Just like the Netflix docuseries Tiger King, which is based around Joe Exotic's life, Miley's haircut is offering a welcome distraction amidst the global COVID-19 pandemic.

Take a look for yourself:

Miley Cyrus shows off her 'Tiger King' hair on Bright Minded.

While we don't hate it, the Joe Exotic resemblance is impossible to ignore. But look, if anyone can pull off his bleached blonde bowl cut fringe situation, it's Miley.

While chatting with hairstylist Justin Anderson and reality star Kristin Cavallari about self-care on her new Instagram TV series Bright Minded, Miley debuted her freshly chopped locks saying:

“Don’t look at the hair."

After explaining she gave herself the home haircut while self-isolating, Miley says:

"You know how your phone listens to you and just starts posting things right after you say it? The minute I gave myself this haircut, all of a sudden all my updates were just like Tiger King memes. Lucky for me, I’m not seeing anyone."

Miley Cyrus shares a 'Tiger King' meme to Instagram Stories.

Fortunately, Miley seems to have come to terms with her new Joe Exotic aesthetic. 

"I'm okay with it, it's a fun time to play, it's a fun time to experiment," she says.

Isobel is a Digital Content Editor at BEAUTYcrew, marie claire and InStyle. When she's not busy hunting for the latest beauty news, you’ll find her arranging her skincare collection in search of the perfect “shelfie.” Isobel was previously BEAUTYcrew's Junior Beauty Writer.

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