T.R. Knight Goes Pink! Love It or Hate it?

05/18/2007 at 06:00 AM ET

While some of his other cast mates are making headlines in New York, T.R. Knight was keeping a low profile in Hollywood until we spotted him with a new, very bright, hair color. The Grey’s Anatomy star took his natural brown locks to pink! The show is over for the season after last night’s finale, so no chance of seeing a pink haired Dr. George on set. Interestingly enough, this isn’t the first time T.R. went outside of the box with his hair color– around the same time Grey’s filming wrapped last year, the actor went blue! Maybe it’s a summer look. Tell us: Do you like the pink or do you prefer T.R. as a natural brown?

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teij on

i love tr no matter what. his face aint changed so yeah he looks good blue was better but red, i think its red.. reds still good

Lynda on

T.R., you do what ever feels good to who you are inside. I like your hair being pink, and I think that it looks good.

Mysti on

I think it’s kinda great, actually.
Most of us like to make changes to our appearances fairly regularly, but actors are usually bound by contract to not change even minuscule facets of their looks. Who wouldn’t blow off a little steam and go wild when they get the chance?

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