• Miley Cyrus has a new hairstyle for 2020
  • Her mullet style reminds fans of her dad
  • She shared photos of the new look on Instagram

Miley Cyrus has made the first big change to her hairstyle in 2020, and the new style may remind the fans of her dad. She has chosen a mullet style to start the year and flaunted the new look on her Instagram page.

After wishing her fans Happy New Year, Cyrus shared a photo of her with a new hairstyle on Instagram. She wore a white t-shirt, blue jeans, and ankle length black boots. The singer finished the look with a pair of stylish black sunglasses.

Cyrus confirmed that with the New Year she is not only sporting a new look but also working on some new music. She is expected to launch her new album titled “She Is Miley Cyrus” this year.

Another set of pictures that Cyrus shared online shows her sitting down on the floor. The previous photo had shown her sitting on a wooden bench.

The third post on Instagram shows Cyrus exposing her biceps and the tattoos on her arm. The captions of all three posts are the same, and they talk about the new hairstyle for the New Year and the upcoming new music.

Cyrus’ dad, Billy Ray Cyrus, was famous for his mullet hairstyle a few decades ago. However, the “Don’t Call Me Angel” singer has a more modern take on the hairstyle, People reported.

The change in Cyrus’ hairstyle comes a few weeks after she managed to finalize the details for her divorce with Liam Hemsworth. A source close to the singer told People that the celebrity is “relieved” that she was able to reach an agreement with her ex. The insider added that the singer wants to move on with her life now.

After breaking up with Hemsworth, Cyrus dated blogger Kaitlynn Carter, but the two split shortly after confirming their relationship. The “Slide Away” singer is currently dating Cody Simpson, and according to sources close to the couple the relationship is “great.”

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Miley Cyrus wished Lady Gaga on her birthday. In Picture: Miley Cyrus attends the premiere of 'Isn't It Romantic' in Los Angeles on February 11, 2019. Getty Images/JEAN-BAPTISTE LACROIX