Chris Evans has been spotted out and about in the USA sporting an adventurous new look.
The heartthrob and star of the Captain America movies was stopped in the street by Mike Summers - who seems to make a pretty big habit out of running into celebs - and posed for a picture.
On the picture he is sporting a new cropped and spiked haircut as well as a full moustache. To viewers in the USA this might not have been that significant, but to the UK it's a look that means only one thing - The Chuckle Brothers.
This is all of the encouragement people needed to start taking the piss.
I mean, the Chuckle Brothers aren't exactly the coolest TV stars in the world, so serving up some ch-ch-chucklevision realness by accident is a bit of a fashion faux pas.
To be fair, Rotherham's finest Barry and Paul are supposed to look a bit silly, given their day job as kids' entertainers. Not sure how well the look holds up if you're supposed to be a cool Hollywood film star, though.
The reactions are pretty split on whether it works or not, with one supporter tweeting: "Chris Evans looks like a Chuckle brother. But a chuckle brother you'd shag."
Another added: "I never thought Chris Evans could do something I wasn't attracted to but that Barry Chuckle moustache is pushing it..."
Others have suggested that the actor could be suffering for his art, with another fan commenting, "Looks like Chris Evans is making a Chuckle Brothers biopic."
After all, we have no idea what is coming out of Hollywood next. Is it so unlikely that there will be a Chuckle Brothers film when you think of some of the other stuff that comes out?
The one thing that we can all agree with out of this is that The Chuckle Brothers Story has to happen as soon as possible. Get Channing Tatum in to play Paul alongside Evans as Barry.
The Chuckle Brothers - in case you were wondering - have been keeping themselves busy. They've been doing a guest spot in the ITV comedy Benidorm and are still touring the country which, after 50 years in the Chuckle business, is pretty impressive stuff.
A few years back, Barry Chuckle found himself at the centre of a mystery when he was pictured missing part of his ear.
The Evening Standard's Elliot Wagland tweeted:
Luckily, someone asked him and there was a rational explanation. He had an operation to remove a lump and they took part of his ear too.
Seems legit to me (to you, to me, to you).