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Gogglebox star Jad Nehmetallah says he’s about to have a ‘Britney Spears moment’ in lockdown

Gogglebox star Jad Nehmetallah reveals what he misses the most in lockdown – and says he’s about to have a ‘Britney Spears moment’

Jad Nehmetallah has revealed the most difficult thing about lockdown.

The 36-year-old Gogglebox star says it’s actually not being able to get a haircut.  

‘Toughest thing about lockdown is missing my haircuts,’ he wrote to his 62,000 Instagram followers on Wednesday.

Dramatic: Gogglebox star Jad Nehmetallah revealed what he misses the most in lockdown on Wednesday – and says he’s about to have a ‘Britney Spears moment’

He added: ‘It’s getting out of control and the worst part is when your own family no longer recognise you. I can go from a 9 to a 3. (had to rate myself a good nine)’

Jad then admitted he was, ‘two days away from having a “Britney Spears moment” and shaving his head again or having his mother cut it. 

He then asked his followers a ‘serious question’. 

‘If a barber meets me outside in the park. He’s got a mask on and I’m sitting with a dumbbell in my hand doing the occasional bicep curl while he starts snipping away.

‘Surely I’ll get away with it right?’  

He added: 'It's getting out of control and the worst part is when your own family no longer recognise you. I can go from a 9 to a 3. (had to rate myself a good nine)'

He added: ‘It’s getting out of control and the worst part is when your own family no longer recognise you. I can go from a 9 to a 3. (had to rate myself a good nine)’ 

This comes after Jad recently sparked controversy by sharing COVID-19 vaccine views.  

‘I’m sick and tired of people trying to throw it in your face to get vaccinated,’ he wrote on Instagram. 

He then said he wouldn’t be getting vaccinated ‘at this present time’ and added that he would rather people ‘respect each other’s choices’. 

It’s unknown if the 36-year-old has changed his mind since the recent Sydney outbreak as 97 infections were recorded today.

Divisive: This comes after Jad recently sparked controversy by sharing COVID-19 vaccine views

Divisive: This comes after Jad recently sparked controversy by sharing COVID-19 vaccine views

The vaccines approved for use in Australia have been tested extensively in clinical trials and are proven to be safe.

Adverse side effects, such as the blood clotting associated with the AstraZeneca jab, are incredibly rare.

It is unknown if his opinions about vaccines will put his role on Gogglebox, which he shoots with his friends Sarah Marie and Matty Fahd, in jeopardy.

No jab for Jad: It is unknown if his opinions about vaccines will put his role on Gogglebox, which he shoots with his friends Sarah Marie and Matty Fahd, in jeopardy

No jab for Jad: It is unknown if his opinions about vaccines will put his role on Gogglebox, which he shoots with his friends Sarah Marie and Matty Fahd, in jeopardy

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