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Darci Lynne Got a Brand New Bob Haircut and Looks So Chic

The America's Got Talent Season 12 winner is entering her "blonde bob era."

By Christopher Rudolph

Darci Lynne is entering her "blonde bob era."

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The America's Got Talent Season 12 winner has hit the music charts with her new single, "Push Our Luck," but she also hit the hair salon for a rockin' new 'do. The 19-year-old cut off her long locks for a new shorter look, which she showed off on her Instagram.

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America's Got Talent winner enters her "blonde bob era" with mature new haircut

"Out with the old!!!" she captioned the pic of her new hair, adding emojis of scissors and a kissing face. Lynne also posted a video of her transformation, with a before and after of her cut, showing off her mature new look. "Blonde bob era," she wrote.

See the photos further down this article! 

The Oklahoma native won America's Got Talent when she wast 12 years old, wowing the Judges with her singing and impressive ventriloquism. Lynne recently returned to the AGT stage for America's Got Talent: Fantasy League alongside her bunny puppet, Petunia. But she chose to put Petunia off to the side for one episode and debut as a solo singer, performing her original song, "Push Our Luck."

Darci Lynne performs during Season 1 Episode 6 of America's Got Talent: Fantasy League

“This is just something I feel like I have to do, in my heart,” Lynne told Judge Heidi Klum, whose Dream Team she was on.

“There is a risk,” said Klum. “Now you fall into the category of all the singers, so the pressure, I feel like, is extra.”

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Even though her performance wasn't enough to take her to the top three of the Semi-Finals, Klum told Lynne, “You know, I think as an Artist, you need to follow your own instinct. You have to, at some point, not listen to the noise anymore, and you just have to do what’s in our gut. And that is maybe a risk, but this is what you wanted, and you did it!”

Back in February 2024, Lynne told People, “I started writing music in quarantine, and it's just something that I've come to be super passionate about. Ventriloquism has brought me so far and blessed me with lots of people who have just kept on this journey with me. So, it's important that I show this side of me and show that I can hold my own as a solo Artist now, singing with my mouth open.”

She might not have won America's Got Talent: Fantasy League, but with her mature new single and look, we can't wait to see what's next in Lynne's latest era.