Adam Levine shocked his fans with his new platinum blond 'do.
The Maroon 5 frontman and "The Voice" coach showed off his golden locks in a photo posted on Twitter Saturday beside fiancee Behati Prinsloo.
"Apocalypse prep course complete," he wrote.
For some, it was the apocalypse. The singer seemed to draw more criticism than praise for his new look. But none of it seemed to bother Levine, who got the final word Sunday.
"I hope people understand that when they say my hair looks creepy I take that as the highest compliment," he wrote.
Creepy or cute? Click through to see other male stars who've lightened up their locks.
Levine has been getting some comparisons to Jared Leto, circa 1999, in the movie "Fight Club." The Hollywood hunk not only went platinum for the role, but he allowed Edward Norton's character to destroy his beautiful face in an ultra-violent brawl.
The fair-haired Ryan Gosling lightened up even more for his role as bad boy-turned-father Luke in 2013's "The Place Beyond the Pines." In an interview with The New York Times, Gosling joked that he felt like Janet Leigh in "Psycho," who also made a premature exit from the film. "The hair," he told the reporter, "that's why I went platinum."
Celebrity chef Guy Fieri is known as much for his trademark bleached blond spiked hair as he is his culinary skills.
As the schoolyard bully Draco Malfoy in the "Harry Potter" films, actor Tom Felton would die his naturally brunette tresses platinum blond every 10 days. "The worst thing was dying my hair blond," Felton said in a 2008 news conference about playing Malfoy. "It built some superhuman resistance but it seems to have survived."