T.R. Knight: Seeing Red?

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When T.R. Knight said he was looking forward to some time away from Grey's Anatomy this summer and trying new things, well, looks like he wasn't kidding. He's changed his hair color!

The lovable TV doctor and best friend of Katherine Heigl sported this new 'do in Hollywood last week while shopping at the trendy John Varvatos store.

T.R. Knight: Seeing Red?

Hopefully, the talented actor who brings us George O'Malley will be back to his normal hair color when the series resumes filming in late summer.

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I LOVE HIM!!!

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Looks more like pink to me.

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does it matter what color his hair is? Doesnt change the fact he's "McYummy" haha

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He's a cute guy, but he needs to grow his hair out and dye it the previous color, to fit the shape of his face.

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For me that's pink not red , and he looks like gay but i still like him , lol OMFG :D

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god i love him, he's so hot!

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sorry but I don't know something?
Will T.R. cast in 4th season?

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I kind of like it, change is good!

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Ew, not working for him.

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Wow.. how very unattractive of him..

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