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Rose McGowan Says She Looks Like 'Hitler's Stoned Cousin' in New Selfie

August 23, 2014 (3:29 am) GMT
The 'Chosen' actress has uploaded a selfie on Instagram to show off her shorter hairdo, captioning the photo, 'I look like Hitler's stoned cousin.'

has cut her hair short and she wanted to show off her new hair style. On Friday, August 22, the former "Charmed" star took to Instagram to share a photo of her look. The actress, however, apparently did not really like the snap. "I look like Hitler's stoned cousin #newhair #notstoned #hitlersucked," she captioned it.

Some fans who commented on the photo said they liked her new do. "You will save so much on shampoo with the new 'do! Love it!" one person wrote. Other fans said they had a good laugh with the caption. "Hitlers stoned cousin, hilarious," one fan wrote, while another commented, "You're so pretty. Best caption though."

Earlier this month, the 40-year-old star sported a different look as she attended the Los Angeles premiere of "" at the ArcLight Hollywood. Wearing a loose black top and a skirt, the "Chosen" star had a cute fringe hairstyle.

Then, last week, McGowan was seen sporting a revealing black dress which flaunted her cleavage during an outing at Chateau Marmont. Completing her style with a pair of matching shoes with no jewelry except for her wedding ring, the "Elvis" star gave her pixie cut a wet look and styled it sideways.

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