Brian Austin Green Debuts Newly Shaved Head: ‘Fresh Cut’
The actor revealed his new look is “for work” as he shared a selfie on Instagram Friday
Brian Austin Green is showing off a new look.
The 50-year-old actor debuted his newly shaved head on Instagram Friday as he shared a selfie on the social-media platform.
“Fresh cut 😊,” the Beverly Hills, 90210 alum captioned the snapshot, before going on to reveal the trim was for work purposes. “Thought I’d share ❤️❤️, “ continued Green. “It’s for work (since people seem to want to comment about their opinion on it) Just sharing 😂.”
The star, who turned off the comments on the post, didn’t reveal what upcoming project he had shaved his head for. He also appeared to have changed up his facial hair.
Green was previously rocking platinum blonde locks before his transformation. He showcased his latest ‘do back in March when he walked the red carpet at the 2023 iHeartRadio Music Awards in Los Angeles with his partner Sharna Burgess.
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The Dancing with the Stars pro shared some sweet pictures of her baby boy playing with her and Green on their bed on her Instagram Story with the caption, “Obsessed.”
In the photos, some of Zane’s long, blonde locks were tied in a ponytail on top of his head and secured with a pink hair tie.
Addressing criticism of both Zane’s and hair tie and style in Story she later deleted, Burgess responded to a follower asking if she plans to “let Zane’s hair grow long like his brothers” — referring to Green’s older sons Journey River, 7, Bodhi Ransom, 9, and Noah Shannon, 10, whom he shares with ex-wife Megan Fox. (He is also dad to son Kassius, 21, with ex Vanessa Marcil.)
Revealing she is “absolutely letting” her son grow out “his beautiful baby hair,” Burgess wrote, “I’ve had some people in my DMs that were so passionately angry at me for doing that. I had someone comment on the fact that his hair tie this morning is pink.”
“I don’t get this whole ‘pink is for girls’ [thing] and me putting a pink hair tie [doesn’t] symbolize anything. I don’t get this whole ‘long hair is feminine or for girls,’ ” she continued. “I mean, I’m sorry, have you seen Jason Momoa? I need to do a post [on my Instagram] of all the men that a majority of women, and probably the majority of men, find attractive and so many of them have long hair.”
The professional dancer and mother of one went on to note that the “f—ing cover of romance novels” feature men with long hair.
“It is just wild to me that when it’s kids, it’s like we’re pushing some agenda on them. It’s so f—ing dumb!” Burgess said.
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