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Shania Twain is unrecognizable while rocking long platinum blond hair

Seems like only yesterday she'd gone pink!
/ Source: TODAY

Man, Shania Twain feels like a (blond) woman!

The country superstar turned up at an event in Los Angeles, California on Wednesday and stunned everyone on the red carpet with a very different hairstyle: long, straight blond locks.

Take a look:

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Shania Twain attends Baileys Hosts Cocktails with Republic Records Artists in Los Angeles, California on Feb. 1.Phillip Faraone / Getty Images for Republic Record

And for those who might be thinking, "Gee, wasn't she just a pink-haired lady a minute ago?" — well, you'd be correct.

Twain arrived at the People's Choice Awards last December in a leopard print outfit while rocking a pink-hued hairdo. (She also wore the short-cut pink style during a visit to TODAY in January.)

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Twain visiting TODAY in January.Nathan Congleton / TODAY

It's hard to know what's suddenly given Twain, who's traditionally been a highlighted brunette, the itch to change up hair colors and styles, but we are not complaining. (We'd even say it does impress us much, to riff on one of her hits.)

Twain has been vocal about her new body-accepting attitude. For a photo shoot for her new album "Queen of Me," Twain, 57, posed for the cover nude.

It was scary to take that leap, she said during her TODAY visit, but added, "I’m so glad I did that. Once I flipped that switch and dove into it ... I committed 100 percent, and I wasn’t thinking about what anybody thought. I didn’t think about who was in the room. This is about me. This is my moment to really embrace myself in vulnerable moments.”

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Shania Twain with her more traditional hairstyle at the Zurich Film Festival in Switzerland in 2020.Thomas Niedermueller / Getty Images for ZFF

The nude photoshoot was just one part of a larger journey to finding and accepting herself, she told TODAY's Hoda Kotb in the Jan. 30 episode of the "Making Space with Hoda Kotb" podcast.

“It couldn’t be more fitting for where I’m really at in my own mind,” she said. “I’m responsible for myself. I take the good with the bad.”

"Queen of Me" releases on February 3.