Adam Levine Bleaches His Hair Blond; Twitter Explodes with Funny Reactions to his New Do
By Keerthi Mohan | May 6, 2014 2:43 PM EST
Adam Levine has gone blond. The Maroon 5 frontman shocked his fans on Saturday by uploading a photograph of his new hair do that has managed to take Twitter by storm.
The musician posed with his fiancée, Victoria's Secret model Behati Prinsloo, for a selfie to flaunt his new hair color, and not everyone appears to have embraced his new look.
“Apocalypse prep course complete,” he wrote along with the photograph, which has since been retweeted more than 5,000 times. But because a majority of the comments poked fun at the musician’s hair color, Levine tweeted yet another message stating that he is not bothered about criticism.
“I hope people understand that when they say my hair looks creepy i take that as the highest compliment," Levine wrote.
Off late, Levine, who was voted by People Magazine as 2013’s “Sexiest Man Alive”, has been trying out a lot of different things. He made his acting debut opposite Keira Knightley in "Begin Again", and changes in the hair department is something else that Levine wanted to do before summer.
"With summer months coming up we wanted to do something totally drastic and different from his previous styles so we bleached it," his hairstylist and owner of Shampoo on 3rd Hair Salon, Shaul Arbiv, told People.
Check out some of the criticism Levine has received since going blond.
— JJ (@RadioJJ) May 5, 2014
Adam Levine's new hair is ridiculous — Clíona Mooney (@ClionaLou) May 5, 2014
Hey @adamlevine now you gotta dye your eyebrows bc that just looks tacky with your new hair — Rebekah (@AdamLevinePic) May 3, 2014
Life as we know it has come to an end @adamlevine went blond
2007 Adam Levine would have made fun of 2014 Adam Levine so bad
— madi (@maroonarryx) May 3, 2014
Adam Levine died his hair blonde and looks like Tyler Durden now. Ambivalence is all I can muster. — Zachary Todd (@MrZacharyTodd) May 5, 2014
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