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Nicole Kidman looks unrecognisable as she debuts daring pixie haircut

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The curls are gone! Nicole Kidman looks unrecognisable as she debuts daring pixie haircut

She is one of Australia’s most well-known and successful actresses.

But on Thursday, Nicole Kidman looked unrecognisable as she debuted her brand new haircut on the set of new anthology series for Apple TV+ Roar.

The 54-year-old Big Little Lies star ditched her strawberry blonde tresses for a daring pixie-cut wig.

She doesn't look like this anymore! Nicole Kidman (pictured) looked unrecognisable as she debuted a daring pixie haircut on Thursday

She doesn’t look like this anymore! Nicole Kidman (pictured) looked unrecognisable as she debuted a daring pixie haircut on Thursday

In a photo shared to Instagram, Nicole closed her eyes as she threw her hand into the air while posing.

‘On set #Roar #FemaleFilmmakers,’ she captioned the post.

The screenplays for Roar are being adapted by GLOW showrunners Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch from a collection of short stories by Cecelia Ahern.

New look: The Big Little Lies star ditched her strawberry blonde tresses for a daring pixie-cut wig

New look: The Big Little Lies star ditched her strawberry blonde tresses for a daring pixie-cut wig

Nicole is also set to play Lucille Ball in Aaron Sorkin’s new Amazon biopic Being The Ricardos.

Earlier this year, she filmed Hulu limited series Nine Perfect Strangers in Byron Bay.

The limited series is being produced by Nicole’s production company, Blossom Films, alongside Big Little Lies collaborators Bruna Papandrea and David E. Kelley.

New series: Nicole debuted her brand new haircut on the set of new anthology series for Apple TV+ Roar. Pictured Nicole and husband Keith Urban

New series: Nicole debuted her brand new haircut on the set of new anthology series for Apple TV+ Roar. Pictured Nicole and husband Keith Urban

Nine Perfect Strangers is based on Liane Moriarty’s bestselling novel of the same name.

The series stars Melissa McCarthy, Bobby Canavale, Regina Hall, Luke Evans, Samara Weaving and Manny Jacinto.

Last year, Nicole told The Daily Telegraph, she’s ‘thrilled’ to be able to bring the $100million production and hundreds of jobs to the local film industry, after it was sent crashing down by the coronavirus pandemic.

Role: Nicole is also set to play Lucille Ball in Aaron Sorkin's new Amazon biopic Being The Ricardos

Role: Nicole is also set to play Lucille Ball in Aaron Sorkin’s new Amazon biopic Being The Ricardos

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