Jennifer Lawrence, Haircut

We're sensing a theme here, guys!

Jennifer Lawrence debuted a new hairstyle this week—and we bet you can guess what it is. That's right, it's a pixie! Just like the haircuts that Kristin Chenoweth, Pamela Anderson and Jennifer Hudson all debuted last week.

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire star opted to share her new look with the world by posting a photo on her Facebook page today. Of course, she couldn't resist making a silly smile in the picture that seemed to say: Surprise, y'all!

Earlier this week, the actress was spotted at the airport but she hid her new 'do under a gray beanie. We did, however get a peek at a few wisps of her hair, enough to see that the star had gone back to blond.

Although the new cut is quite shocking, the Oscar winner has already adjusted to life without her long locks. "She loves it!" a source close to the star tells E! News.

And considering J.Law will be reporting to the set of Mockingjay, the third installment in the film series based on Suzanne Collins' YA-novel very soon (it began filming in September) we're betting she will have to wear a wig in order to pull off Katniss' signature braid. Liam Hemsworth and J.Law were both spotted arriving on set late last month. The hunky star was seen on set with a freshly shaven face, looking every bit the hunky Gale Hawthorne.

This isn't the first time Jennifer has switched up her hair game. Earlier this year, hairstylist Mark Townsend gave the then-blond beauty a fresh look by chopping off eight inches of her locks. "It wasn't for a role, it was totally spontaneous," Townsend told Allure after Lawrence debuted the wavy bob at the GLAAD Awards in March. The cut was a big hit, even winning over another short-haired starlet. "I [heart] JLAW new hair cut #shorthairdontcare," Miley Cyrus tweeted at the time.

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