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Pretty Woman Julia Roberts is looking extra beautiful with her blush colored hair, which is a remnant of her Halloween costume. She sported that hair color when she recently appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live!


The Academy Award-winning actress (Erin Brockovich, My Best Friend's Wedding, Eat Pray Love) stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! and the conversation turned to her noticeably pink hair. Roberts told the host it was left over from going trick or treating dressed as a flamingo. It seems she was not expecting the color to linger.

She told Kimmel:

"I had a lot more [color] last night, but I thought there would be a lot less right now."


Julia Roberts Still Has Pink Hair from Halloween youtu.be

Before appearing on the show, Roberts took to her new Instagram account with a playful post.

People love America's sweetheart.



Roberts wasn't there to only talk about her hair. She has a new show on Amazon: Homecoming.

Homecoming Season 1 - Official Trailer | Prime Video youtu.be

The show is getting great reviews.






You can binge watch Homecoming while waiting for your pink hair dye to set.

H/T: InStyle, PopSugar

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