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Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@jonahfits
Jonah Hill is known for having a keen interest in style and fashion, and his hair colour has never been out of bounds when it comes to experimentation. So it should come as no surprise to you that he's now dyed his hair neon pink. Watch him rock the new 'do below:
The Wolf of Wall Street star was seen sporting the sharp new look while out playing golf recently.
In a post shared by the fan account @jonahfits, the 37-year-old can be seen dancing to some music while the sharp flecks of pink hair poke out from underneath his baseball cap.
Of course, this isn't the first time Hill has dyed his hair pink. A few years ago, he shared a snap of himself with pale pink locks to his Instagram account and he recently dyed it bleach blonde.
But while it's not clear whether it's for a role or not, fans are quite taken with it.
Commenting on the post, one user said: "Goals."
While another added: "This is great."
A couple of years ago, Hill shocked fans when he posted a snap of him with a beard and long, blonde hair.
The Hollywood A-lister shared the picture to his Instagram account, writing the caption: "2018 was... interesting... be safe out there everyone."
And many said it reminded them of a certain someone, ol' JC himself.
One person commented: "O my god it's jesus."
Another said: "Jesus vibes. I dig it."
A third commented: "You look Like Jesus... Hi my friend."
A fourth asked: "Jesus, is that you?"
Mind you, not everyone thought he looked like Christ. In fact, Instagrammers had many, many suggestions about who Hill resembled, ranging from 'Thor's other brother' and Jax from Sons Of Anarchy through to Gregg Allman and 'a BTEC Alan from Hangover'.
One person even dubbed him 'Jonah Cobain', referring to the late Nirvana frontman Kurt, while another thought he looked a bit like Tom Petty.
His latest pink-haired look is unlikely to be part of his preparation for his upcoming portrayal of Sidney Korshak, the infamous Chicago fixer for the mob, in a new series based on Dennis McDougal's 1998 book The Last Mogul.
That is unless he has decided to take the character in a very different direction.