Rocker Jon Bon Jovi is losing his hair and he’s terrified he’ll end up bald. The Livin’ on a Prayer singer, as famous for his luxurious mullet in the 80s as he is for his music, admits male pattern baldness, a distressing issue to the average man, is causing him a lot of concern.
The 46-year-old singer, who has been long been known for his long tresses, has opted for a shorter style in recent years and ascribes the change to his receding hairline.
“Oh, let me tell you, I am so worried (about my hair). I look at guys like Sting and think, ‘Well, he’s cool about it,’ but I’m already losing it a bit and I’m so aware of it,” Bon Jovi said.
Despite rumours it’s still unclear if Bon Jovi’s using Propecia as a hair loss treatment, but he admits to trying conventional methods to fend off baldness.
“Someone told me that you have to regularly massage your scalp, so I do that all the time. You look like a jerk, but it’s got to be worth a shot, right?”
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