Drew Carey appears to be making his quarantine-look official after revealing a new photo that is drastically different than anything the comedian has rocked before. Carey took to Instagram Monday evening after not having posted on the platform since 2018.
“My new look! ??,” the comedian and host of “The Price Is Right” captioned his photo.
The posting by Carey holds an extra layer of emotion, as he has been mourning the murder of his ex-fiancee, Dr. Amie Harwick, who was brutally killed by an obsessive ex-boyfriend back in February.
Taking a selfie in front of the mirror from his home, Carey revealed himself to be sporting a full grey beard to match the locks of grey on top of his head. The star also showed off what appeared to be a new pair of glasses, although they kept his trademark look, made famous from his classic TV series, “The Drew Carey Show.”
Fans of Carey were loving the new look and hopped into the star’s comments to give praise to the silver fox.
“Here for this,” one fan wrote.
“Love the beard,” another fan commented.
“Can’t wait to see you back on the TRIP. Nice look,” a third wrote.
It has been an extremely rough time for Drew Carey as he has been mourning the tragic death of his former girlfriend and fiancee, Dr. Amie Harwick. Harwick, who was engaged to Carey in 2018 before splitting up, was murdered by a psychopathic ex-boyfriend who has since been charged with her murder and is facing the death penalty if convicted. He has pleaded not guilty, but prosecutors are confident justice will be served.
In the weeks following Harwick’s death, Carey put tapings of “The Price Is Right” on hold while he was grieving, and finally addressed the incident during an episode of his podcast. He also attended Harwick’s wake with her family, and released a formal statement on her passing:
“Amie and I had a love that people are lucky to have once in a lifetime. She was a positive force in the world, a tireless and unapologetic champion for women, and passionate about her work as a therapist, I am overcome with grief. I would like to thank you in advance for giving myself and everyone who loved Amie privacy while we try to work through this tragic situation.”