‘That ’70s Show’: Why Did Laura Prepon’s Donna Go Blonde In the Last 2 Seasons?

If you are familiar with the hit TV series ’70s exhibition, you are very likely to know diverse personalities who make up the dynamic group of friends. It leaves no effort for viewers to connect with main characters despite being set in the groovy era of the 1970s.

In particular, Donna Laura Prepon had a strong connection not only with her strong female views but her natural red hair, which is why fans panicked when she entered the seventh. season at the show with blond hair.

‘That’ 70s Show ‘is a popular show

’70s exhibition It is set around the time of the bells and disco boom in Point Place, Wisconsin, in the late 1970s. It’s a sitcom following a group of teenage friends and their many relationships, scraps, pranks, and several encounters around The Circle.

Just at the end as an adult, the rebellious teenagers drink beer, the pot of smoke (aka “The Circle”), have sex, cheat, fall in love, fall out out of love, making Kitty drink, and red-hot pissing. The six friends are Jackie Burkhart, played by Mila Kunis, Michael Kelso, played by Ashton Kutcher, Hyde, played by Danny Masterson, Donna Pinciotti, played by Laura Prepon, Eric Forman, played with Topher Grace, and Fez, played by Wilmer Valderrama. .

Jackie is the youngest in the group and is seen as small, dramatic, bossy and deceitful. Kelso is the dumb but attractive little boy of the group.

Laura Prepon at a party.
Laura Prepon | Frazer Harrison / Getty Photos

Fez is usually the target of the most humorous as a foreign exchange student with very little published background. Hyde is a sleek stoner friend with a sense of humor and directness.

Eric is the oldest character known as the smart and nice guy with a lot of geeky references to him Star Wars. Donna is a very tall and symbolic redhead who is also a badass, strong and brutal woman who will stand up for herself for both boys and girls.

Some memorable ’70s exhibition are times that give you the confidence to push the series for the 10th time when Red calls someone a “dumbass” for the umpteenth time, Donna roughhouses with Eric, Hyde sarcastic, Kelso running his fingers through his long hair, Jackie describes her love and beauty, and Fez says “I said good day!”

Donna and her distinctive red hair

You may not be aware of it anymore while watching over all the funny shows of ’70s exhibition, but at the time, Donna Pinciotti was one of the most fashionable characters on TV, along with the famous Rachel Green on Friends. Fans complain about her Fashion of the 70s of button down, flannels, and sweaters with female spinning, but what set her apart was her natural long red hair.

Natural red hair is the rarest hair color in the world, just featured in it 1 to 2% of the world’s population. Not surprisingly, when she starred in “Hot Donna,” fans were immediately delighted with her natural red hair. They are not the only ones who are enthusiastic about her red hair, however. Prepon expressed his value Twitter, updating fans in 2013 that her hair was back in red, saying, “Love being a redhead again!” Maybe there is a chance that she will change again soon!

If you’re among many wondering if Laura Prepon’s red hair in her role as Donna is real, the results are in! Photograph taken from her childhood and posted to Instagram suggesting that it is safe to say that she is a natural redhead.

Why Donna was blonde for the last two seasons

The last two quarters of The exhibition of those 70s Donna Pinciotti was seen as a blonde, and it came as a big surprise to fans. However, the answer is behind the scenes, not in the script of the show. The show makes Donna’s blonde hair the answer break with Eric in the sixth season, but he couldn’t be further from the truth.

While Eric praises Donna’s blonde hair “that’s a sign [she’s] opening, ”it was certainly a sign of great things to come for Prepon’s acting course. At the time, Prepon was filming for his lead role as a woman in love with a violent rapist and murderer in the film Karla. The lead role, Karla Homolka, is based on a true story about an unusual case where a woman not only lives in a relationship with a serial killer but is also involved in the crimes.

Blonde and red hair on Donna Pinciotti enters ’70s exhibition she was an obvious feature that Laura Prepon followed in her career. That’s until her recent portrayal of black Alex from Orange and The New Black Prepon brought her back to a new perspective.

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