Chop Chop! WAG Jessie Murphy debuts her drastic hair transformation for hours before the Brownlow medal while cutting lush long locks in a blunt bob
Jessie Murphy (born Habermann) has introduced a brand new hairstyle for Monday's Brownlow medal.
The beautiful AFL WAG, 28, was filmed as she prepared for the ceremony to be held at the Crown Palladium in Melbourne.
In one video, fans witnessed that the blonde bombshell's hair got a drastic blunt heel as it sat around a team of stylists.
Chop Chop! Jessie Murphy (born Habermann) went for the chop a few hours before attending the Brownlow medal
Posted by celebrity stylist Lana Wilkinson, Marc Murphy's wife was seen in the hairdresser's chair while super-long hair extensions were cut in a sharp cut, just above her shoulder.
& # 39; Chop chop! & # 39; Lana wrote, as the pictures showed that Jessie's beautiful blonde locks were getting shorter and shorter.
Jessie will join a whole series of WAGS at the annual event, which is presented to the & # 39; best and fairest & # 39; player in the AFL competition during the home and off season.
Take the plunge: Jessie's stylist revealed her look on Instagram prior to Monday night's ceremony
For the cut! Jessie (photo) previously wore her hair at least lower shoulder length
Other WAGS present will be Julie Neale, Brit Davis and Charlotte Viney.
Jessie and her Carlton Football Club man Marc, 32, married in 2016 and welcomed their first child together, Max, in January last year.
In an interview with Vogue Australia in May 2017, Jessie spoke about the couple's engagement, revealing that Marc had completely surprised her.
& # 39; I did not expect the proposal at all, & # 39; she confessed.
Very cute! Jessie and her Carlton Football Club husband Marc (left) married in 2016 and welcomed their first child together, Max, in January last year
& # 39; It was two nights prior to Brownlow, so I certainly wasn't thinking of a proposal. & # 39;
She then revealed that he had asked the question in their favorite restaurant, Nobu Crown Casino in Melbourne.
"I am a difficult person to surprise and it is a moment that I will cherish forever," she added. & # 39; We are planning to return to Nobu on our anniversaries because it now has special memories for us. & # 39;
Chop off! Jessie (photo) has always enjoyed her locks for a long time, but was facing a major change for tonight's event
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