Tom Brady Catches Justin Bieber Hair Fever: Love It or Hate It?

06/15/2010 at 12:15 PM ET

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Just before wife Gisele made her big comeback on the catwalk in Brazil, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was in Boston debuting something of his own–a shaggy new bowl cut! The proud papa of baby Benjamin was spotted front-and-center at the NBA finals last week sporting an overgrown mop that was a major departure from the debonaire, cropped hair that we’re used to seeing on the handsome quarterback during football season. The teenager-like look drew an overwhelming response from Patriots nation, with Boston-area stylists telling the Boston Herald that Brady’s Bieber hair should be “a little more textured, layered, a little more shaped.” We must admit: It’s hard to think of anyone but Justin Bieber when we look at the new do. Tell us: Do you like Tom Brady’s new hairstyle? David Yi

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Kylie on

All I have to say is YUCK!!!!!!!

Haley on

Okay, too bad his hair looks nothing like Justin Bieber’s AT ALL. Look at the picture comparison! The parts are the opposite way, Tom Brady’s hair is thicker, longer, and a different color. I don’t see why it matters. He can do as he pleases with his hair. ESPECIALLY now that Justin Bieber got his hair cut much shorter, they aren’t alike at all. I dont think Justin Bieber should have made that comment at all but in all reality, who gives.

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Christine on

ii love TOM BRADY! and if he likes too rock the Bieber look, then ii will support him. GO PATS!

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