“Blondes have more fun…it’s true”

Patrick Dempsey presents the Bleach Blond look for the role of 'Ferrari': 'Blondes have more fun... it's true'

Patrick Dempsey presents the Bleach Blond look for the role of ‘Ferrari’: ‘Blondes have more fun… it’s true’

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Patrick Dempsey has taken his silver fox persona to the next level.

The 56-year-old Golden Globe nominee rocked a new bleached blonde look Friday on the red carpet at Disney’s D23 Expo in Anaheim, California, where he was honored as a Disney Legend along with Ellen Pompeo, Tracee Ellis Ross, Anthony Anderson and the late Chadwick Boseman.

explained to Variety that he will be blonde for “a few more months” while filming ferrariin which he plays Italian racing driver Piero Taruffi.

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“I love it, it’s great. It’s fun to do something different. Unfortunately, or fortunately, I’m known for my hair. So this has really excited a lot of people, they don’t know how to accept it.” They either love it or hate it,” she mused.

“I like it. Dye your hair, have fun. Blondes have more fun, I have to tell you it’s true,” Dempsey said, adding: “I’m in Italy, driving race cars. So I can’t complain.” .

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Starring Adam Driver as Enzo Ferrari, writer-director Michael Mann’s biopic follows the life of the Italian racer and businessman in 1957 as he dealt with family problems while preparing for the Mille Miglia (Thousand Miles) race through Italy.

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The film also stars Penelope Cruz, Shailene Woodley, Sarah Gadon, Jack O’Connell, and Gabriel Leone.

Dempsey, who has a great passion for cars and racing, attended the Monaco Grand Prix circuit in May with his friends Prince Albert and Princess Charlene.

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He previously revealed that his love for cars was inspired by his father. “My dad was a huge racing fan. He grew up in Maryland. He was part of that generation of illegal racers,” he said on Jay Leno’s Garage in 2016.

“He had a short track car, and on Friday nights he brought home a Matchbox car to me every week. His passion for racing was mine, and that was always something that I loved as a kid. And I think it’s That’s why I love racing.” It reminds me a lot of that time in my life.

Dempsey added of his father, who died when he was 17: “I think he would have loved racing. He wasn’t that into acting.”

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