Miley Cyrus is going back to her roots.
The “Hannah Montana” alum, who rose to fame with brunette tresses as a teenager, has returned to her natural hair color.
The singer casually debuted her dark brown ‘do on Instagram Sunday while congratulating designer Sabato De Sarno on his collection for Gucci.
“Congratulations on your beautiful debut show as creative director @Gucci 🖤,” she said of De Sarno, who took over the role at the Italian fashion house in January.
“Your stunning heart was shown in every stitch. I love you & am so proud,” Cyrus, 30, added.
“Now give me everything.”
The carousel post showed Cyrus posing in a black coat with a silver chain around her neck and holding a red Horsebit Chain Bag from the brand.
Fans of the “Flowers” hitmaker — who went blonde in 2012 — promptly lost their minds over her chocolate locks.
“OMG YOU ARE TOTALLY BROWN AGAIN. FINALLY. IVE BEEN WAITING FOR THIS MOMENT FOR LIKE 10 YEARS,” one person wrote.
“MILEY BEING BRUNETTE AGAIN!!!” a second fan commented.
Another user chimed in, “I thought this was a pic from 2009 whatttt.”
Even Lisa Rinna jumped in the comment section to compliment Cyrus’ hair transformation.
“I’m just going to say it you look like you could be one of my daughters in this photo ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ love you,” the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” alum wrote.
The “Used to Be Young” songstress has rocked some bold hair looks over the years, from a platinum pixie cut to a dark blonde mullet.
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Last December, she revealed her godmother, Dolly Parton, was one of the reasons she had stayed blonde for so long.
“I’ve never seen Dolly actually scared before,” Cyrus told Hoda Kotb during an appearance on “Today” where she recalled telling the country music icon that she wanted to switch up her ‘do.
“I told her, you know, ‘At the end of the year, I was really wanting to do something different. I think I’m going to dye my hair brunette,” she continued.
“She acted like I told her the worst news you could imagine.”
The Disney Channel alum said Parton, 77, “clutched her pearls, gasped” and told her, ‘You can’t do that. You are me.”