Chris Messina is an undeniably handsome man whose status as a Would is irrefutable. Last night at the Golden Globe Awards, he showed up on the red carpet with a new hairdo and a fresh attitude, making a strong case for his entry into the canon of famous white Chrises.
During the red carpet telecast, Messina debuted two new additions to his already very attractive appearance: a salt and pepper beard and a freshly bleached head of hair. Usually, a man bleaching his hair to me signals the start of some sort of personal crisis or an attempt to distract from hair loss. Pete Davidson’s blonde hair was the harbinger of his meteoric rise to infamy; Adam Levine once dyed his hair blonde for reasons I will never understand. Perhaps Messina looked in the mirror one day and realized that if his hair was blonde, we’d all be able to focus on his kind, twinkling eyes, and the aforementioned salt and pepper beard. The thought process is not what interests me the most, but the blonde that sits atop his head like so many soft baby ducklings does. It looks so soft and Messina, underneath that softness, looks hot.
The canon of Hollywood Chrises needs to make room for one more. Let us do away with Chris Pratt; his hotness has been debatable and is now overshadowed by this icy blonde. Chris Pine still claims the throne, but his grip is tenuous. It could slip. Watch your back.