JIMMY Carr showed the results of a secret hair transplant after being left as a “vampire snooker”.
The 47-year-old comic will make his debut with his new look in tomorrow night’s episode of Peter Crouch: Save Our Summer.
The star shocked Peter and co-host Maya Jama during filming after dropping his branded black quiff, Maya commenting, “This is a very different look for you. ”
Opening up on the operation, Jimmy said, “I’m telling you what I did, I went and had a hair transplant.
“I looked like … like a snooker playing a vampire. ”
Maya joked, “I always called you a vampire,” with Peter adding, “I said pool player, she said pretty funny vampire. “
Jimmy laughed, “Well, you’re both right.
“So, what happened was that my hair was going out of my forehead socially and I was fed up. ”
To learn more about the procedure, the star – who previously admitted to having Botox – continued, “I really did. I shaved my head and what they do is take hairs from the back of the head and they put them on the front.
“Basically, I had enough hair, it was just in the wrong place. It was a bit of redistribution. “
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Hair transplants are a complex and expensive procedure that gives people a thicker hairline.
Jimmy follows in the footsteps of footballer Wayne Rooney, director Guy Ritchie, Strictly pro Anton du Beke and Cold Feet actor James Nesbitt, who did it all.
The procedure is a favorite among male celebrities who say their careers are helped by maintaining fuller hair.
A transplant can cost around £ 20,000 at a top-notch clinic, but that’s not a problem for Jimmy, who is estimated to be £ 12 million following his televised presentation and sold-out tours.
Episode 4 of Peter Crouch: Save Our Summer will air tomorrow [Saturday 27th June] 9:25 p.m. on BBC One