with perfectly blonde eyebrowsAnd hyper short bangs and wearing dark eye makeup, oriana sabatini He surprised his followers with a major transformation. “Nothing is missing for him to hear ‘Chin Chin’,” the singer wrote on her Instagram account, where 5.7 million users announce her new song.
Her new appearance generated thousands of “likes” and compliments, like from Candelaria Tinelli, who wrote to her: “I need you to leave those bangs of yours forever.”
“I already want it to come out,” added Katherine Fulop, celebrating her daughter’s next release. While Lola, the daughter of Diego and Yanina Latorre, wrote to him: “You cannot be beautiful.”
At the same time, Oriana shared another batch of close-up photos in which she shows off her distinctive blonde eyebrows, as well as a few seconds of video that anticipates her new video clip.
But it wasn’t all praise, Sabatini also received some negative comments about her new look. “You’re beautiful, change the color of your eyebrows”, “Don’t dye your eyebrows anymore” and “It looks like a zombie”, were some of the comments from users.
At the same time, his fans doubted whether his new look was due to personal taste or if it was just a characterization for his music releases. “I’m sure it’s a character from a video or something,” wrote one follower.
Oriana has feelings for Paulo Dybala ahead of the World Cup in Qatar
This Friday, Lionel Scaloni revealed the list of players called up to represent the Argentina squad at the Qatar 2022 World Cup, which includes Paulo Dybala. Hence, to celebrate the happy moment, Oriana dedicated a moving post to her boyfriend.
The singer said via an Instagram story, “How incredible to see that all your efforts and sacrifices paid off. I love you and I can’t wait to see you represent the most beautiful of us on the field.” ” Video of the coach of selection announcing the summons.
Paulo, a priority, will be one of the substitute strikers and, after an injury that nearly ruled him out, will already be available for Argentina’s first game against Saudi Arabia on 22 November.