Should Brody Jenner Grow His Hair for Charity?

12/18/2008 at 05:46 PM ET

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Could Bromance star Brody Jenner be sporting a longer ‘do in the New Year? He will if his girlfriend, Playboy‘s 2008 Playmate of the Year, Jayde Nicole, gets her way. The model is on a mission to convince her fellow Playmates to cut their hair for Locks of Love — which takes donated hair (a minimum of ten inches) and creates wigs for cancer patients and children with Alopecia. “I want to [grow my hair out],” Jenner told at the H&M Artist Gift Lounge backstage at z100’s Jingle Ball concert, but “everybody’s been telling me, ‘No, Brody, no!” We think he could rock it. Tell us: Should Brody Jenner grow his hair out — for charity? — Cara Shultz

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Elda on

this man is perfect!

krd on

Yes, he should cut his hair for charity. Its the only form of talent he know how to do.

Frank on

I’m sorry it’s a tough call but real Heros shave their heads for St. Baldrick on St. Patrick’s Day all over the world for kids with cancer. There would probably be a lot of women who would like a lock of your hair for cash for kids and a lot of your acting competitors who would pay hundreds if you would shave it off. Contact St Baldrick’s right there in Pasadena( headquarters and save kids from cancer.

Abigail on

YES! it’s a good idea infact!! also i’d love to see him with short hair! ;)

Rick on

He would look good with long hair, short hair or no hair! I would say do it, the cause is so worth while..its only hair to him but much more to those in need..go for it!

Ten14inLA on

As a cancer survivor who knows the indignity of being bald due to a disease, YES, PLEASE! I once had 19″ of pretty long hair, and when it began to fall out due to chemo, I had it all chopped off and donated it. Since they needed three (3) 6-inch ponytails to make one child’s wig, they were able to make one full wig with my 19-inch ponytail. I felt so good that my hair went to such a terrific cause. DO IT, BRODY, and get those beautiful sisters of yours to donate their hair, too!!!!!

J Coggins on

Sigh … He’s so handsome *im in love*

A. Nonny Mouse on

I don’t understand why anyone would tell him NOT to. If he wants to do it, its for a great cause, and as long as he cares for his hair well, it should look fine.

john smith on

Locks Of love makes the cancer patients pay for the wigs… donate somewhere else

phil on

i think he should kill himself

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