Johnny Depp's Golden Globes 2014 Hair Looks Like Leonardo DiCaprio's In 'Titanic' (PHOTOS)

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We weren't expecting to see Johnny Depp present at the 2014 Golden Globes but it was a happy surprise because the former teen icon decided to channel his youth - through his hair.

The 50-year-old showed off his newly dyed blond hair while handing out the coveted award for Best Picture- Drama on Sunday night, which made us super nostalgic for one of our favourite films, "Titanic."

Why, you ask, were we thinking about the 1997 film which won 14 Oscars? Well, that's because Depp's hair, complete with middle part and stringy locks, looked almost exactly like Leonardo DiCaprio's character Jack Dawson!

Buzzfeed also hilariously pointed out that Depp, who's dating 27-year-old actress Amber Heard, channeled the "it" haircut from the '90s which befell the likes of Backstreet Boys' Nick Carter, Macaulay Culkin and Brad Pitt.

What do you think of Johnny Depp's hair? Do you like him as a blond?

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Leonardo as Jack Dawson, for your hair comparison:

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Thankfully, there were better hairstyles on the Golden Globes red carpet:

2014 Golden Globes Red Carpet
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