, 2022-11-29 02:48:33,
Rarely-seen Pete Evans show off his wild mullet hairstyle two years after he was ‘cancelled’ for sharing a neo-Nazi meme on Facebook
Disgraced celebrity chef Pete Evans has shared a wild new hairstyle.
Posting a video to his social media, the controversial former My Kitchen Rules star, 49, can be seen in the clip sporting a fresh mullet.
The new look features a radical close shave on the sides, a flat-top and a very long, shoulder length cow-lick at the back.
Pete Evans (pictured) now has a radical new mullet. The new look features a radical close shave on the sides, a flat-top and a very long, shoulder length cow-lick at the back
Evans has assumed a low profile since he dropped 15 sponsors and companies in the space of 48 hours in November 2020, after posting a neo-Nazi meme on social media.
Dressed in a pink T-shirt, the fit-looking I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here veteran can be seen in the Instagram video playing with a dog.
Smiling fondly as he pets the small, curly haired pooch on a large table, Evans, in trim grey beard, appears to be playing to the camera.
The disgraced celebrity chef usually sports this familiar hair-style
The video features the caption, ‘Evolve Sanctuary’, the name of Evans’ Health Lab, located in Byron Bay.
Evans has faced a string of controversies over the past few years.
The once popular TV star has attracted scrutiny for peddling anti-vaccine conspiracies, to being fined $25,000 for spruiking a light machine which he claimed helped cure Covid.
In May 2020, it was announced that Pete had parted ways with Channel Seven after 10 years as a judge on My Kitchen Rules alongside Manu Feildel and guest judge Colin Fassnidge.
Dressed in a pink T-shirt, the fit-looking I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here veteran can be seen in the Instagram video playing with a dog (pictured)
It effectively marked his break from the mainstream after years of flirting with off-the-wall ideas during his tenure at the network.
Free from the contractual constraints of mainstream network television, Evans began spouting his non-scientific beliefs about vaccines and the Covid-19 pandemic on social media.
In July, 2020, Evans sparked outrage when he falsely claimed that Covid-19 was a…
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