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Kristen Stewart Shows Off Blonde Buzz Cut At Premiere Of New Film

Kristen Stewart certainly knows how to make a statement.

After slipping under the radar in recent months, the Twilight star has stepped back into the limelight with a brand new look.

She showcased her newly shaven head at the premiere of upcoming film Personal Shopper at Carondelet House on Tuesday night.

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The millionaire actress stepped out on the red carpet in Los Angeles to debut her latest platinum blonde ‘do and certainly turned heads.

The bold haircut is all in aid of her future role in a thriller movie called Underwater.

The forthcoming spine-tingling movie, which will begin filming in New Orleans later this month, tells the story of a crew of underwater researchers who have to fight for their life after a dangerous earthquake destroys their lab.

Stewart is set to play a lead role in the film as one of the crew members.

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For now though, the 26-year old is currently promoting mystery-drama film Personal Shopper, in which she takes up the role of a young personal shopper working for celebrities who has the ability to communicate with the dead.

She recently posed for magazine’s ‘Free Spirit’ issue, showing off lighter locks on the cover shoot, but still managed to surprise her fans with her buzz cut at yesterday’s premiere.

The Snow White and the Hunstman actress is currently dating Victoria’s Secret model Stella Maxwell.

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The ladies supposedly formed a close bond when Kristen was filming in Georgia, with Maxwell going to stay with her for several days.

People magazine revealed,

They are having fun. When Kristen filmed in Savannah, she spent several days together with Stella, who came to visit her. She was with Kristen on the set most days and seemed to have fun. Kristen also seemed very happy with Stella around.

The hair stylist responsible for Stewart’s new look, Bridget Brager, shared a picture of her latest makeover on Instagram, saying, ‘We tried something a little different today’.