Beyoncé Knowles debuts new hairstyle

Beyoncé Knowles debuted a new hairstyle at a basketball game over the weekend.

The stylish star rocked newly cut blunt blonde bangs at the Brooklyn Nets home opening game at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.

Despite taking a seat away from the spotlight as she watched the game courtside, Beyoncé made sure all eyes were on her with her latest look.

Rather than opt for a casual outfit for the match, Beyoncé went all out with her choice of an on-trend ivory and burgundy Tibi ensemble for the event.

The 31-year-old paired the striking look with Giuseppe Zanotti high heels, an Yves Saint Laurent ring and Erika Pena hoop earrings.

Sitting beside Beyoncé on the front row was her 42-year-old rapper husband Jay-Z, who is a part owner of the Nets.

It was recently revealed that sports fan Beyoncé will perform at the Super Bowl next year. The star will headline the half-time show at the prestigious American football event, which will be held in New Orleans in February.

The Baby Boy singer has been keeping a relatively low-profile since the birth of her daughter Blue Ivy in January of this year, but her hot new hairstyle shows she is back to her best.

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