Tom Brady is sporting a sleek new look–and doing it for a good cause.
The New England Patriots quarterback was among hundreds who had their heads shaved at a fundraiser for the Dana Farber Cancer Institute on Thursday, TMZ reports.
Brady joined Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker at the event, which ended up collecting $7.5 million for cancer research.
According to WCVB, the event was organized by Granite Telecommunications, which pledged to donate over $5 million of company money if 1,000 Grante teammates and their friends and family shaved.
The barbers onsite donated their time and services free-of-charge.
Brady was billed as a “mystery guest,” Boston.com reported. Red Sox President Sam Kennedy and Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch also participated.
Onlookers shouted a chant of “MVP” when Brady’s haircut was finished. The five-time Super Bowl champ’s mother, Galynn, is a cancer survivor.
Afterward, Brady showed off the haircut in an Instagram post.
“They call me Buzzy… Tom Buzzy,” he wrote.
As always, Brady is one of the few NFL players who remains a class act.