LONG Island Medium Theresa Caputo has once again been called out for her exaggerated hairstyle.
Theresa posted a new photo on instagram holding her adorable granddaughter.
The baby has gorgeous blue eyes, just like her grandmother, and they are both smiling from ear to ear.
The photo was taken in the baby’s room and based on all the toys in the background, it’s already spoiled.
Fans thought Theresa looked beautiful and happy in the photo, and they even complimented her nails.
Unfortunately, her hair is still a sore spot for a lot of fans who are fed up with the bottle blonde beanbag.
Commentators said, “Give it up, please” and “Ma’am, change your hairstyle.”
One fan wrote, “So adorable!! You have such a beautiful face. I would so love to see you with your natural hair.”
Another fan replied, “Absolutely! The hair makes her look like a 1950s cartoon character…”
After complimenting Theresa and the baby, one fan said: “Please consider changing your hair. It does nothing for you and makes you look much older than you are.”
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Someone else said, “Why do you wear your hair so high that you’d look even better if you wore it naturally without the spray?”
Another fan asked a question we all need answers to: “When the whole world tells you to flatten your hair, what does Spirit say?”
DO IT AGAIN
This isn’t the first time fans have complained about the Long Island Medium’s incredibly large hair.
In August, she was photographed with hair as big if not bigger than her head, and fans called her “ridiculous”.
She created the giant pouf and hair extensions in early August, and someone even called her a “blonde Elvira.”
HATE HATE HATE
It’s not just Theresa’s hair that people are having trouble with, it’s all, and everyone is critical.
Her razor-sharp fingernails have been criticized for being too dangerous for her granddaughter.
One fan said, “I love you so much but I think those fingernails and long hair around that baby is a little too dangerous.”
Theresa’s outfits have also been targeted by critics who want her to “grow up”.