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All of us have probably have had to deal with some not-so-great hair days and just general struggles keeping up our normal looks while spending more time at home. It turns out the Mayor of Flavortown is no exception! Guy Fieri recently revealed that he's had to get creative to help keep up his signature hair during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In an interview with USA Today, Guy talked about his experience during quarantine, saying that, like all of us, he spent more time cooking with his family and he was surprised when all his friends began calling him for recipes. While he joked that his signature hair was his natural color, he also got real about winging it while keeping up his signature 'do.
"My wife, Lori, had to take up her barbering skills. And fortunately, one of my best friends owns a hair salon, so he was closed but I was able to coerce him over here. But we just had to get creative. Did I have some long hair days? Yeah," he told them.
Of course, Guy has also been dealing with some more pressing issues during the pandemic, helping to raise millions for restaurant workers. His latest season of Tournament of Champions will also help to raise money for restaurants, with $10,000 being donated to the winning chef's favorite local spot each round. "And these chefs came and played with their hearts on their sleeves. There wasn't a dry eye in the house," he told the outlet.
As for emerging as one of the people who has played a huge part in helping others during the pandemic, along with Dolly Parton who helped to fund vaccine research, Guy, of course, kept humble and relatable: "I love to have my name mentioned with Dolly–she's awesome. And there are so many people who did so much that didn't get all the recognition they deserve. But that's just what we do as a country: We support and get involved and we help."
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