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Celebrities have been sharing childhood photos of themselves on social media this week to help raise awareness of the relief efforts going on in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria. Country star Brett Eldredge got in on the campaign, sharing this totally radical vintage photo of himself from high school.




Need a good laugh? Here's teenage me….have at it #tbt #puberme #puertoricorelief

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Brett is serving up a very serious look in this shot as he stares straight into the camera. His blue eyes are there, but that hair is definitely a different look than we’re used to seeing from him. It’s long and shaggy, and it looks like he might have had some highlights in there.

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No judgment here, Brett. A lot of us guys experimented with hair dye in the early 2000s. It takes a brave man to own up to it in 2017, though.

Brett’s caption on the photo, which includes the hilarious hashtag #puberme, tells his fans to have at it commenting on the photo, but they all seemed to love it. One fan thought Brett could have been a cast member on “The Dukes of Hazzard” in this shot, saying, “You look like you’re about to climb through the window of an orange Charger.”

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Other fans were just swooning over the vintage pic of Brett writing, “Stunning. Especially the eyes,” and “No laughing. You’re a cutie pie.”

On the music front, Brett is gearing up to release his new video for “The Long Way,” co-starring “Duck Dynasty’s” Sadie Robertson. Here’s a sneak peek of the two of them from the recent shoot.

Shooting the video for "The Long Way" with @legitsadierob…this video is gonna be MAGIC

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Hunter Kelly is a senior correspondent for Rare Country. Follow him on Twitter @Hunterkelly.
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