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Taylor Swift Trades in her Signature Curls!

Lauren Salapatek | July 10, 2011 | 11:27 PM

From luscious waves adorned by Katy Perry and Miley Cyrus, to platinum hair and bright green tips worn by Nicki Minaj, celebrities at the American Music Awards 2010 were all about the music and the hair last night!

But the hair that took the cake in my opinion, was Taylor Swift's new look. Last night when she stepped onto the red carpet with straight hair and bangs, I almost had to do a double take. I was wondering when she was going to trade in her signature curls...well, last night was the night!

Swift, who was awarded Best Female Country Artist last night, swapped out her flirty, sparkly red carpet dress for a black pants suit, which she wore later in the night during her performance. She also pulled her hair back into a sleek ponytail for a more sophisticated look.

So do you prefer Taylor's old look to her new look? Tell us today on MODERN's Facebook!

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