Gerry Cinnamon looked unrecognisable as he showcased a new ‘peroxide’ hair do.
The ‘Belter’ singer posted a picture on Instagram last night where he posed with a Llama and showed off his new bleach blonde locks.
But many fans couldn’t believe it was him and even said he looked like American rapper Eminem
One said: “Can the real slim shady please stand up.”
While another added: “Hair looks boss!!”
Another fan wrote: “Yesss Gerry ya little blondie.”
One penned: “Will the real Gerry Cinnamon please stand up.”
Gerry’s post was accompanied by some lyrics which fans also speculated could be for a new song.
Over 45,000 people liked Gerry’s post, so could the blonde hair be here to stay?
Back in August, the 35-year-old singer revealed that he believes he would have “gone off the rails” and died if he’d enjoyed success at a young age.
Gerry said he would have partied too much and burned out had he hit the big time before he did and says he has adopted a work ethic to help make sure he has a long term future in music.
The Glaswegian completed his journey from pub singer to recording star when he launched his debut album Erratic Cinematic three years ago.
His latest release The Bonny topped the UK charts in April.
But he believes his trajectory could easily have went on a downward spiral if he’d tasted success earlier in life.
He told fans in an online chat: “I would be dead.
“I wouldn’t have made it past the first album.
“I would have definitely went off the rails more than I have done.
“Now I have completed that part of my life.
“I still like a party but now I respect that you really need to get the job done and earn a party.
“There is still plenty of time to squander it all away.
“All I want to do is get the songs out.”
Gerry, who suffers from insomnia, also believes the condition which deprives sufferers of sleep has helped his career.
His song Head in the Clouds is about dealing with the problem.
He added: “Even when I was a kid, I used to stay up all night and then refuse to go to school.
“The song Head in the Clouds is about insomnia and trying to navigate life because usually you are staying up all night, worrying about not waking people up.
“Then worrying about doing something the next day, something important like a gig or going to work or whatever. Within the song, its looking at the negative outlook that comes from that.
“If you stay up for three days, you are not the most positive person in the world.
“Within the song, there is a positive that starts to appear and it outweighs the negative.
“It’s only at the end of the song that you realise it’s a love story.”
Gerry also revealed how he was inspired by Quentin Tarantino’s gangster film Reservoir Dogs.
He added:. “A lot of people remember the bit in Reservoir Dogs where a man cuts the policeman’s ear off but you don’t actually see it.
“It’s left up to people’s imagination.
“When I strip back the songs, I try to leave it up to the listener to finish the song so when you sing along, the idea is to make the listener part of the band.”
Gerry previously insisted “numbers mean nothing’” to him as he thanked his fans after earning a UK No.1 album and said they were “the only reason” he stayed in the industry.