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Some celebrities have started embracing their natural gray hair, and others have dyed their locks.
Stars like Andy Cohen, Jamie Lee Curtis, and George Clooney have made the look popular.
Younger celebrities, like Kelly Osbourne, have sought out the look with silver or gray dye.
Jamie Lee Curtis has worn her hair gray and white for years with her iconic short cut.
The actress wears her hair short with a natural whitish-gray color that she plays up with bright-white outfits and fashion-forward looks.
According to Yahoo News, Jamie Lee Curtis reportedly quit dyeing her hair in 2017 because she wanted to stop putting "burning chemicals on her head."
Steve Martin went gray by the time he was in his 30s.
Today, Steve Martin's hair looks more white than gray, but it continues to be a staple of his look.
George Clooney has gray hair and a beard to match.
According to GQ, he said, "I was watching 'Up in the Air' and I thought, 'Jesus, who's the old, gray-haired guy?' And it was me."
Today, it appears Clooney has learned to embrace the hue.
Idris Elba also has gray in his beard.
Idris Elba hasn't gone completely gray on his head yet, but he's got some silvery whiskers in his beard.
His beard also became an iconic staple to his look and Elba has even said he has insecurities about shaving it for roles.
Kelly Osbourne is a big fan of bottled-gray hair.
Not all gray locks are natural. Kelly Osbourne is a big fan of silver and gray hairstyles, and she often infuses them with lavender and purple tones.
"It's something I've wanted to do my whole life, I've always wanted to be young and have gray hair," Osbourne told "The Talk" in 2012, according to the Daily Mail.
Diane Keaton has gone from blonde to gray in recent years.
The actress debuted her fully gray locks during the 2014 Golden Globes — trading her bottle-blonde days for a more natural hue.
She's been rocking it ever since.
Andy Cohen has said he's never dyed his hair.
The Bravo host told fans in 2013 that he doesn't color his hair and he's just going with the flow when it comes to it going gray.
"I promise you I'm not dyeing my hair," he said on his show "Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen" in 2013. "I've never [dyed my hair]."
Helen Mirren has debuted many silver hairstyles.
In recent years, British actress Helen Mirren's blonde locks have turned a silvery-white.
In a 2015 interview with The Daily Mail, Mirren said that women should be fearless with their hair and not worry about changing with the times.
"I loved it when I dyed my hair pink. A lot of women get stuck at what they are good at and what they did between the ages of 18 and 28 and they never have the courage to change that," she told the publication. "Some people have a classic haircut and it works for them and that's great, but it's much better to accept how you look now and then be modern."
Stacy London is known for her signature gray streak.
Stacy London told Into The Gloss that she dealt with severe psoriasis that interacted with strep throat when she was a child, which, she said, is when her gray streak showed up.
She's rocked the streak for her whole career as a fashion guru and now says she'll never part with it.
"There was a deep sense of insecurity that I traded the grey streak in for as sort of a badge of honor," she said. "Now, I even have a gray clause with Pantene, where I said 'You can do whatever you want to my hair but you can't dye my grey streak.' It's a part of me!"
Patrick Dempsey became McDreamy with gray hair.
James Pickens Jr. has a fully gray beard now.
Dempsey's "Grey's Anatomy" costar James Pickens Jr. started on the show in 2005, and his beard has gone grayer over time as well.
He rocks it on the series and in real life, too.
Since leaving "The Daily Show," Jon Stewart has debuted a gray beard to match his hair.
The comedian had a head of gray hair on "The Daily Show," but since he left in 2015, he's also grown a gray beard.
The famously funny Jon Stewart is no stranger to cracking jokes about his changing appearance, either.
"This must be so exciting for you to see me here," he said at the 11th annual Stand Up for Heroes benefit in New York City in 2017, according to The Daily Beast. "'Oh, I can't believe it, it's Jon Stewart's grandfather!'"
Meryl Streep has starred in many movies with her gray tresses.
Meryl Streep has let the natural gray grow into her blonde hair. Fans went wild for the look, especially when they saw Streep with white hair in her iconic role as Miranda Priestly in "The Devil Wears Prada."
She rocked the above look at the 2018 Oscars in a stunning red dress.
Steve Carell's face spurred a thousand memes when fans realized he was almost completely gray in 2017.
Carell joked about the internet's obsession with his hair with Entertainment Tonight later that year, saying, "I am so sick of people just looking at me for my physical attributes. It's just genetic. There's nothing I can do."
He later added, "I'm bursting with pride. That's very nice."
Tan France rocks his iconic gray hair on "Queer Eye."
The resident fashion guru on Netflix's "Queer Eye" has never shied away from his prematurely gray tresses.
"I very much embrace my hair, and even how I'm going gray early, which is very typical for South Asian men," Tan France told Refinery29 in 2018. "I embrace all of these things and I hope it empowers other kids who aren't Caucasian to feel like they should be empowered to be who they are."
Lily Allen debuted her gray streaks on Instagram.
Tia Mowry posted a selfie showing off her gray curls.
She captioned the post," Y'all my #fro is growing!! #naturalhair."
Andie MacDowell's kids encouraged her to embrace a salt-and-pepper look.
After debuting her new salt-and-pepper waves on Instagram, actress Andie MacDowell rocked her natural gray on the red carpet at the 2021 Cannes film festival.
She told Vogue this month that her children encouraged her to embrace the look.
"At the very beginning of quarantine, my hair started growing and every time my kids would see me, they kept telling me I looked badass with my gray hair," she said.
Even though her managers told her "it's not time" to go gray, the actress said it felt "more powerful" to embrace the look now.
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