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Ashley Graham is now a blonde! See her trendy new hair color

by Jenna Fratello / / Source: TODAY

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Summer may be winding down, but trendy, lightened locks are just heating up! Now, supermodel Ashley Graham is ready to join the club.

Graham is about to embark on an exciting new journey as host of an "America's Next Top Model" revival on VH1. What better way to ring in a new job (and the show's 23rd season) then with a brand spanking new 'do?

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The 28-year-old model and body-positive activist posted a few photos of her gorgeous, lighter style on Instagram and we're already inspired to bring back our own ombré strands immediately.

She credits celebrity hairstylist Andrew Fitzsimons as the mastermind responsible for the pretty new hairstyle and New York City-based makeup artist Vincent Oquendo for completing the look.

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She even included a few shoutouts to the ANTM franchise in her captions, so there's no telling if this hair transformation is temporary for her new gig or here to stay. Either way, we're loving the beautiful blend of colors and can't wait to see this hair on TV soon!

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The Sports Illustrated stunner then posted a third photo showing off her blond mane enjoying its best hair day in a topknot so perfect, it'll give you ultimate hair envy.

Looks like blondes do have more fun!

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