Osher Günsberg has delighted fans today after debuting a dashing new hair transformation on social media.

In a stark change to his perfectly coiffed brunette locks as he hosts The Bachelor Australia, Osher has now opted for a more drastic change in the form of a new platinum ‘do.

Posting a slew of videos to Instagram for Movember, Osher is seen shaving his beard and moustache for the worthy cause, which aims to raise awareness for men’s mental health.

The second video showcases day two of The Masked Singer host’s moustache journey – as well as giving fans a better look at his fashionable silver hairstyle –  alongside the cheeky caption, “I promise I’m a grower not a shower.”

It comes following the news that The Bachelor Australia has changed their premiere date for the third time, revealing that it would now debut on January 9, 2023.

It was originally announced that The Bachelor would start in October 2022. At the Channel 10 Upfronts last month, the premiere date was pushed back to January 2, 2023. Now, the franchise has announced The Bachelor Australia will air on January 9, 2023.

It has been confirmed that the upcoming season will have three leads; Jed McIntosh, Felix Von Hofe and Thomas Malucelli.

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McIntosh is a drummer for Melbourne band Mood Monroe and has played with some big names including Kylie Minogue, Pharrell Williams, T-Pain and Sean Paul. Von Hofe is a marketing manager who was a captain for the Melbourne Tigers and Malucelli is a fitness and life coach.

“No one in the world has ever had three bachelors and so, therefore, the way it works, the way everyone gets to know each other is very different this year,’ host Osher Günsberg said on The Project in May.

“It’s already been fascinating. We’ve been going [filming] for a little while now and it is already just electrifying what we’re seeing.”

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