Khloe Kardashian has channelled Hollywood icon, Marilyn Monroe, in her latest new look that has her adoring fans going wild on Instagram.
The 37-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashian’s star looked completely different as she debuted a new peroxide blonde hairdo with a classic blunt cut.
The look was paired with a black low-cut top and a fiery pose. The natural look went down a treat with her followers after they hit out at the reality TV star earlier this week for allegedly Photoshopping her images, reports the Mirror.
The modern-day American bombshell was compared to an old friend by many fans.
“Wow! I literally thought this was Marilyn Monroe at first glance. Gorgeous,” one admirer gushed in the comments.
“Marilyn vibes,” Another commented.
“Beautiful mama. This is giving me vintage Hollywood glamour. It suits you so much,” Another person chimed.
Meanwhile another quipped: “Date me. You’re the perfect woman.”
It comes after Khloe had fans concerned following another recent Instagram post.
She was accused of Photoshopping the striking snap and fans begged her to put a stop to it.
She looked slimmer than ever in the photo, wearing a figure-hugging corset top in beige and loose blue jeans that did wonders for her already unflattering waist.
People noticed that her car was tilted against a warped line. This led to people calling for Khloe’s embrace of her natural beauty.
“Every photo you post is heavily edited. When you are on camera, it is painfully obvious that you have too much filler. You don’t need the filler. You don’t need the photoshop. You look so much better without it. Learn to love yourself Khloe,” one follower said.
Another echoed: “Heavily filtered images, sorry I just don’t get all. I suppose they are meant to be fun. Post some photos of you as the natural beauty not like a robot. Lots of us would appreciate that much more.”
Khloe is believed to have been spending big on expensive facial procedures to the tune of £100,000 a month.
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