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People are mourning Stranger Things star Joe Keery’s iconic mullet after he cut it off and got bangs. Keery’s long mullet was a staple of his character, Steve Harrington.
“In memoriam: Joe Keery’s immaculate hair [2015-2019],” Twitter user @tash_dodich commemorated.
in memoriam: joe keery's immaculate hair— tash dodich (@tash_dodich) September 14, 2019
in memory of joe keery he is not dead but his beautiful hair is pic.twitter.com/vY4fD3M15j— ky (@huntershawke) September 14, 2019
an accurate representation of everyone after seeing joe keery’s haircut: pic.twitter.com/QXnN94SEaE— kera ⎊ (@lokiwhoere) September 14, 2019
Rest In Peace to Joe Keery’s amazing, awe inspiring hair. Gone, but not forgotten. Vale. pic.twitter.com/8U5Jjgi9xv— jackson langford (@jacksonlangford) September 14, 2019
Then people started tweeting about who Keery now looks like with the new bangs–the results ranging from Game of Thrones’ Sam Tarly to Jim Carey in Dumb and Dumber.
i knew joe keery’s new haircut reminded me of something pic.twitter.com/iLFyxyYtZ2— norm’s manon (fan account) (@reedushiddles) September 13, 2019
I can’t be the only one who thought Joe Keery’s haircut kinda looks like Liam Gallagher. pic.twitter.com/0WPGzUi87Q— lulu✨ (@darlindacre) September 13, 2019
I love joe keery but it had to be said pic.twitter.com/zf267Pifsu— xoxo gothicc girl (@tired_and_dead) September 13, 2019
Keery debuted the fresh ‘do at the new Chanel fragrance launch.
“Joe Keery said ‘fuck it, bangs.’ Joe Keery is every girl experiencing a mental breakdown at 2am,” Twitter user @TheSharayah wrote. Another dubbed it the scariest thing they had seen on Friday the 13th.
“Me locking Joe Keery up until his hair grows back,” another wrote with a meme of the supernanny, Jo Frost, locking a child in their room for being naughty.
Friday the 13th and the spookiest thing I saw today was Joe Keery’s haircut.— Damfino ⍟⃝ (@LadyDamfino) September 14, 2019
I've never seen a haircut change someone's entire look as much as Joe Keery. pic.twitter.com/PVLYA3MvGO— Sharayah V (@TheSharayah) September 14, 2019
joe keery said “fuck it, bangs”. joe keery is every girl experiencing a mental breakdown at 2 am. pic.twitter.com/FJ46pu4KjY— mr. bibble 🥰 (@suprwhatevr) September 13, 2019
me locking joe keery up until his hair grows back pic.twitter.com/ajLA2cNWjX— aubrey (@Iizziesaltzmans) September 14, 2019
when joe keery's haircut is THAT bad pic.twitter.com/cvv8ihrX2F— whitney atkinson ☀️ (@whittynovels) September 14, 2019
Well, at least one person likes Keery’s new look. “Joe Keery looks like a vintage babe now,” a Joe Keery stan account, @Keeryluv, tweeted.
Joe Keery looks like a vintage babe now pic.twitter.com/UKq8oEmCos— chandler ✧ (@Keeryluv) September 14, 2019
Seriously, first The Weekend and now this. Will we never know peace?
Sierra Juarez is a freelance journalist and fact-checker based in Mexico. She most enjoys writing about human rights and politics and working in audience engagement. Her work has appeared in the Texas Tribune, the Austin American–Statesman, and the San Antonio Current.