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Paris Jackson's hairstyle transformation

07 MARCH 2013

Paris Jackson went from a Hollywood to All-American star on Tuesday evening when the daughter of the late Michael Jackson, 14, was spotted rocking her new edgy hairstyle as she showed off her cheerleader moves.

Sporting her school colours of red, white and black, Paris tossed her matching ebony locks as she cheered on the boy's basketball team at the basketball court of The Buckley School.

Posing with her new punk-inspired look, Paris danced away with pop-poms and something the young aspiring actress did must have helped as the team won, 54-46, against the Mission Prep Royals.

 

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Besides being an avid sports fan, Paris is also a keen musician and Justin Bieber fan with an impressive Twitter following of more than one million fans to match the teen pop sensation.

It was on the social networking site that the late King of Pop's daughter, debuted her sharp and short hairdo.

In October 2012 rumours spread that Paris was thought to have chopped off her long locks into a Miley Cyrus inspired crop but revealed later that it was only a wig that she was experimenting with.

Since then the naturally brunette starlet has committed to the cut with choppy layers and deep black dye to update her image. And, despite a spot of sibling criticism, Paris seems confident in her new look telling a source:

"Prince [Paris's older brother] calls me goth, but I'm more rock 'n' roll. I listen to older music like AC/DC"

"A ton of kids at school have made fun of me,' she added "If I had to give advice to other girls, I would say, 'Hang loose and ignore them'."

"They shouldn't faze you no matter how popular they think they are."

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