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What's up with Kelly Rowland's bob, Nick Cannon's animal-print 'do?

April 02, 2014|By Susan Denley
  • Singer Kelly Rowland attends the Kaufmanfranco fashion show during Fashion Week in New York City.
Singer Kelly Rowland attends the Kaufmanfranco fashion show during Fashion… (Larry Busacca / Getty Images )

Kelly Rowland's cute short bob came about when she fried her hair in a home coloring accident and sought out Beyonce's hairstylist, Neal Farinah, for help, Rowland tells People magazine. [People]

Nick Cannon showed off his new -- and much talked about -- animal-print hairstyle on the "Live with Kelly and Michael" show on Tuesday. Though he called the style a cheetah print when he debuted it Monday, Cannon said Tuesday that he is emulating a leopard. [Live with Kelly and Michael]

Army regulations restricting how female African American soldiers may wear their hair -- dreadlocks and twists are banned, cornrows limited to 1/4 inch or less in diameter -- are drawing pushback in the form of a petition that's so far been signed by more than 6,000 people asking for the policy to be reviewed. [The Cut]

"The Big Bang Theory's" Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting is on the cover of the May issue of Cosmopolitan, and inside she talks about dating costar Johnny Galecki for two years (they're still friends), Henry Cavill for about 10 days and then marrying tennis pro Ryan Sweeting after a whirlwind courtship. [Cosmopolitan]

Brooklyn Beckham, the 15-year-old oldest son of soccer great David Beckham and fashion designer Victoria Beckham, is on the cover of the spring/summer issue of Man About Town and in a spread that celebrates teen style. [People]


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