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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Aw, he so sad looking.

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A darker shade of red would actually look good on him, but this, what's up with that?

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He doesn't look good with red hair.

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Hehe, I think it's cool :-) Why not?

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What is wrong with T.K? SERIOUSLY!

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