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Demi Lovato goes blond — see her stylish new 'do!

by Courtney Gisriel / / Source: TODAY

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Pop star Demi Lovato is embracing her lighter side, showing off brand-new blond locks in an Instagram photo posted Sunday night.

The post, which she cleverly captioned "Goldie locks," shows off the singer's new platinum color and long beach-y waves.

Lovato is no stranger to daring 'dos — back in 2014, she rocked a cropped bob with one side buzzed short and racing stripe detailing. She even completed the punk-rock look with edgy blue tips.

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Before that, she sported vibrant purple hues blended to perfection way before "mermaid hair" started popping up all over Instagram.

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And while she's probably best known for her naturally raven locks, she's taken a walk on the blond side before. Back in 2013, she dyed her tousled waves a golden hue for a look that combines glam and rock and roll in a way only Demi Lovato can.

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There is, however, one common thread in all of these looks — Lovato's unwavering confidence! She looks amazing no matter what style she chooses and we're loving the new 'do!

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