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Actress Halle Berry is going viral today, after new pics appear to show that the actress is suffering from massive hair loss.

And folks on Twitter are calling the 53 year old beauty "bald headed."

Halle was spotted out yesterday, coming out of the gym. And paparazzi snapped multiple pics of her, looking cute and fit.

The Oscar winning actress appeared to be wearing a pigtails wig, and a bandana over it. Unfortunately for Halle, the wig shifted - and revealed her hair underneath.

And Halle had very little hair in the back of her head..

Here are the images:


Here's Halle from a few weeks ago, when she wore a full wig:


 The 53-year-old Oscar winner has been pushing herself to the limits in the run-up to her MMA movie "Bruised" – keep reading for the injuries the actress sustained during fight scenes.

Halle was spotted out and about in L.A. on Valentine's Day as she picked up gifts for her kids – something about this hard-hitting muscle machine carrying kiddie presents made the outing all the more adorable. That said, Halle's choice of wardrobe hardly held back in terms of flaunting her insanely strong physique.

Berry was ranked No. 1 on People's "50 Most Beautiful People in the World" list in 2003 after making the top ten seven times and appeared No. 1 on FHM's "100 Sexiest Women in the World" the same year. She was named Esquire magazine's "Sexiest Woman Alive" in October 2008, about which she stated: "I don't know exactly what it means, but being 42 and having just had a baby, I think I'll take it." Men's Health ranked her at No. 35 on their "100 Hottest Women of All-Time" list. 

In 2009, she was voted #23 on Empire's 100 Sexiest Film Stars. The same year, rapper Hurricane Chris released a song entitled "Halle Berry (She's Fine)", extolling Berry's beauty and sex appeal. At the age of 42 (in 2008), she was named the "Sexiest Black Woman" by Access Hollywood's "TV One Access" survey. Born to an African-American father and a white mother, Berry has stated that her biracial background was "painful and confusing" when she was a young woman, and she made the decision early on to identify as a black woman because she knew that was how she would be perceived.