'Yellowstone' Star Kelsey Asbille Looks Unrecognizable with Dramatic New Bob Haircut

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Season 5 of Yellowstone is just three months away, and it seems like one character will be debuting a new look when the new episodes premiere. The cast and crew have been busy filming in Montana this summer ahead of the Paramount Network show's November 13 return, and we can't get over this new hairstyle from Kelsey Asbille.

The actress, who stars as Monica Dutton, is known for her signature long dark hair. When she's not on the ranch, she also serves as an ambassador for David Yurman jewelry, and she debuted a dramatic new hairstyle at recent events for the brand.

Photo credit: Kristy Sparow
Photo credit: Kristy Sparow

Kelsey jetted from Montana to Paris for the event. She showed off her sleek new bob with a simple white tank top, black trousers, and strappy black sandals.

Photo credit: Kristy Sparow
Photo credit: Kristy Sparow

Later, she made an appearance at the Louvre, where she opted for a dramatic nighttime look. She went with a wavy style for her new haircut and wore a slinky black dress with a low-cut neckline.

Before she was known as Monica Dutton, Kelsey starred in shows like Fargo, Teen Wolf, Pair of Kings, and One Tree Hill. She told Showbiz Cheat Sheet that fans shouldn't necessarily expect a happy ending for Kayce (Luke Grimes) and Monica, who moved away from the Dutton ranch and found out they're expecting another child in season 4. She said, “I think Monica has always been trying to have a foot in both worlds. Even if that’s really not what makes her happy. For her to finally confront Casey [sic] and say, ‘Look, I’m not surviving here.’ And for him to step up and move away from the ranch is a really powerful moment. I think it doesn’t necessarily mean it leads to a happy ending, but they’re committed.”

We'll be looking for answers to what the future holds when Yellowstone returns on November 13. Need to catch up? The first four seasons can be streamed on Peacock.

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