Britney shaved wear wig
Carrie Bickmore encouraged Australians to 'wear a beanie for brain cancer' in an impassioned speech at the Logies this month. Now Ajay Rochester has decided to get involved with the campaign, although she's chosen an unusual way to go about it. Rather than wearing a beanie, the former Biggest Loser Australia host visited a Beverly Hills hair salon on Tuesday where she proceeded to imitate Britney Spears' infamous head-shaving incident. Publicity stunt: Ajay Rochester imitated Britney Spears' infamous head-shaving incident in a bid to raise awareness for the 'beanies for brain cancer' campaign in Beverly Hills on Tuesday. The LA-based presenter, 46, was clad in a bald cap and blonde mullet-style wig as she took an electric shaver to her scalp, pretending to shave off her locks just like the pop singer did as part of a very public breakdown in The limelight-loving Australian was dressed in a grey jumper and black pants as she sat in a chair at the salon, looking in the mirror as she pretended to shave her head.
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By Mail online Showbiz Reporter. Britney Spears looked like a picture perfect blonde bombshell in a glossy promotional image for her lingerie line, which was posted on her Instagram account on Sunday. The mother-of-two stepped out without hair extensions, revealing her natural bob. Scroll down for video. Short take: Britney Spears's bob cut was on display, minus extensions, as she went shopping with her mother, Lynn Spears, in Thousand Oaks, a semi-rural suburb of Los Angeles on Monday.
Britney Spears, Outsider Artist
The world had already been watching Britney Spears unravel for years when she walked into a hair salon in Tarzana, California, a decade ago and shaved her head. Images of a wide-eyed Spears bald as the day she was born, gritting her teeth, are memorable not only because they are visually jarring when compared to her polished pop-star looks, but due to the nature of the act itself. She recoiled from celebrity culture by mortifying her own flesh. She stripped herself, publicly, of her sexuality.
By Andy Soltis. Schleimer suggested to the LA jury that Spears was afraid a judge would order a test of her hair. If drugs were found, the judge could take away her two sons and give custody to ex-husband Kevin Federline. Schleimer claimed Lutfi tried to save the meth-addled Spears from a mental breakdown but lost control — and was blamed for her being hospitalized and placed under a court-ordered conservator. During a break when the jury was not present, Superior Court Judge Suzanne Bruguera warned Schleimer that his bold claims had to be supported by evidence.