Kaley Cuoco’s New Pixie Cut Brings Out Her ‘Inner Peter Pan’

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We can pretty much guarantee Ryan Sweeting is thinking happy thoughts.

Weeks after debuting her freshly cropped bob, Kaley Cuoco chopped off even more of her blonde locks.

And she got hair inspiration from a slightly unusual source — one that’s Tinkerbell-approved. “Thank you @clsymonds for bringing out my inner Peter Pan,” she captioned an Instagram of her newly-cropped locks.

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Cuoco seems to be a big fan of displaying her changing hair styles in a big way. After showing off her stylish summer cut, the actress and her newlywed husband enjoyed a night out at a Bruno Mars and Pharrell Williams concert.

“Best night at the bowl!” she wrote, along with a collage of fun photos from her evening.

Talk about a little pixie magic!

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Quvenzhané Wallis: On Her Puppy Costars, Wearing Press-on Nails and Waiting to Try High Heels

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We’re starting to see a theme throughout Quvenzhané Wallis’s high-profile moments. First, she hit the Oscars red carpet in Armani wearing a dog purse she named Sandy. And then, in her upcoming remake of Annie, she (of course) starred opposite Annie’s faithful pooch, also named Sandy, whom she calls her “third dog” (after her pets Sugar, a German Shepherd, and Sammy, a Yorkie). And now Sammy is co-starring with the fifth-grader in her first ever modeling debut for Armani Junior.

Quevanzhané, 10, even applied some of the tricks she learned from working with the on-set Sandy to her own dogs — which came in handy for her Armani gig. Sort of. “[Sandy] is like my baby, she’s one of my favorite dogs,” the actress shared. “She listens! When you tell Sammy to sit, he lays down. I was trying, and I’d say, ‘Sit Sammy!’ And he looked at…

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