I was a little disappointed to hear that Justin Bieber didn't actually shave his head on Jimmy Kimmel Thursday night. For a hot second there I thought Bieber was on an amazing downward spiral of self-destruction that I was going to enjoy reading about for months, but alas, it was just a hoax. He's not bald, and his hair is still causing strokes and heart attacks among girls aged 10 to 13.
Had Bieber actually wanted to shave off his money-making locks, he would've joined an elite group of women in Hollywood who've shaved their head in the name of art, or insanity.
How would a bald Bieber measure up? Let's take a look.
Mena Suvari shaved her head for the film adaptation of the Garden of Eden. I had no idea they made this movie, and now I must see it. The book, and I can only imagine the movie as well, is a sexy exploration of male-female relationships.
Demi Moore took the razor to her head for G.I. Jane.
Cate Blanchett (love!) got buzzed for her role in Heaven, a 2002 English/Italian film set in Turin, Italy.
For her role in Alien, Sigourney Weaver wasn't shy about cutting off all her hair.
Who could forget flawless Natalie Portman, who shaved her head for her bad-ass role in V for Vendetta?
And then there's a whole other reason to shave your head -- the mental breakdown. Britney Spears showed us how it's done in February, 2007.
Don't you think Bieber fits right in with these ladies?
Going to baseball games
Riding bike rides in the nice weather
Playing outside after work/school
Going for walks outside