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John Travolta Debuts New Gray Hair and We Think He’s a Silver Fox

Looking good, John Travolta! The Grease actor debuted his new gray hair on Instagram alongside singer Shania Twain on Tuesday, Sept. 19. And honestly, we had to look at the picture a few times to make sure that was really him!

Talk about a silver fox! John ‘s latest look is for his role in the upcoming film Trading Paint, which is set to hit theaters in 2018. The movie — which follows a veteran race car driver and his son — will also star Shania, Rosabell Laurenti Sellers, Michael Madsen, and more. And even though we’ll miss the slicked-back Danny Zuko strands, we’re totally into this situation right now.

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Trading Paint with John Travolta 🎬

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This isn’t the first time we’ve seen John with frosted locks, though! Back in February, the A-lister was spotted on the set of his upcoming movie The Life and Death of John Gotti with the same hairdo! The film — in which John portrays deceased Italian-American gangster John Gotti — is premiering on Dec. 15, 2017.

While we’re loving how the star looks with gray hair, we wonder what his wife, Kelly Preston, thinks of her man’s updated strands. In a previous interview with Closer Weekly, John revealed the secret to his happy marriage with his woman of 26 years. “We really care deeply about each other and we protect each other — and we keep [our relationship] up to date,” he said. Kelly added, “Keep checking in and keep growing and changing. Keep doing things, just the two of you.” The next thing we want is a photo of John and Kelly with his new gray hair!

This article originally appeared on our sister site, Closer Weekly.

Click through the gallery below to see John’s hair evolution through the years!

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