‘NCIS’ Fans Are Obsessed With Pauley Perrette’s New Look in ‘Rad Pic’

Pauley Perrette has been living her best life since leaving NCIS at the end of the show’s 15th season and retiring from acting. As a dedicated activist, she has now fully immersed herself in charitable projects. Among her activism, the NCIS alum is also flaunting a brand new look, and fans can’t get enough. Examine it out.

“I was adjusting my camera for a video I can’t reveal yet,” Perrette teased, “and I got this rad pic.”

The “pic” shows the Abby Sciuto actress with hot pink and yellow hair and a rainbow-striped shirt. Her sultry expression is framed by a slew of arm tattoos, and her pink lip gloss complements her famously green eyes.

Fans who took in all the color had nothing but positive things to say about the long-time NCIS star.

“Looks amazing,” said one of Perrette’s fans, “can’t wait to see what you have in store.”

“Looking good, Pauley,” said another fan.

Many of the Abby Sciuto actress’s fans adored her new look, particularly the new colors in her hair. Others, however, missed her jet-black look from NCIS. Others, however, urged the actress to return to her beloved role. Those who know the truth behind Pauley Perrette’s departure from the CBS series, on the other hand, know that Abby Sciuto will never return to the forensics lab. Make sure to read the entire story here.

Everything You Need to Know About the Next All-New NCIS Spinoff Series:

Last fall, fans were introduced to a brand-new team of special agents based in Pearl Harbor, Hawai’i. With NCIS, NCIS: Hawai’i, and its longest-running spinoff NCIS: Los Angeles set to return this fall, fans are looking forward to another all-new NCIS: Sydney. Here’s everything we know about the brand new spinoff from “down under.”

NCIS: Sydney is distinct from its predecessors in that it is the first time the franchise has ventured outside of the United States. Fans will have to wait a while for the new series, which is set in Sydney, Australia; producers aren’t planning a release date until 2023. However, there is no chance that Sydney will premiere alongside its sister shows.

NCIS: Sydney was announced earlier this year, with the show’s origins traced back to NCIS: Los Angeles producer Shane Brennan. Brennan’s involvement in the series is all the more notable because the executive is also from Australia. Given Brennan’s background, we can hope for a lot of authenticity in the show’s setting and storylines when it premieres.

Meanwhile, NCIS and NCIS: Hawai’i return to CBS on Monday, September 19th at 9 p.m. for an exciting crossover premiere event. Then, just a few weeks later, on Sunday, October 10th, NCIS: Los Angeles returns for its 14th season.

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