Miley Cyrus tries to hide drastic new short haircut

Miley CyrusVanity, thy name is Miley.

Miley Cyrus can’t seem to stop sharing photos of her spunky new haircut on Twitter, but when it comes to other people’s cameras, the songstress is suddenly shy.

On Monday, just one day after debuting her drastic new cut on the social networking site, Cyrus tried to duck away from photographers by pulling her green flannel shirt over her platinum blond head.

“My dad @billyraycyrus used to tell me ‘opinions are like a– holes every body has one’,” she wrote on Sunday shortly after debuting her new hairstyle. “LOVE my hair, feel so happy, pretty and free.”

Reactions to the 19-year-old singer’s hair have been mixed, but some of her fans have taken to Twitter to express their own take on her funky new ‘do.

“Miley practically pulled a Britney,” one user wrote. “#ThisIsNotOkay. Goodbye princess hair.”

“I feel like Miley Cyrus is going to break down at any moment telling us all to leave Britney alone,” another wrote.

Cyrus, for her part, has been ignoring the naysayers and continues to constantly post photos of herself online.

“Self love is the greatest of all flatterers,” she wrote in one post, mugging for the camera with bright red lips.

“Energy flows where our intention goes,” she wrote in another uplifting post.

Late Sunday evening, the former Disney starlet officially hacked off her newly dyed hair following a few hours of cryptic messages.

“It’s happening,” she teased, along with a photo of hairstylist Chris McMillan just about to lop off her famous bun.

And finally: “If you don’t have something nice to say don’t say anything at all. My hair is attached to my head no one else’s and it’s going bye bye :)”

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