Stranger Things' Joe Keery Threatens To Shave Head If David Harbour Wins Golden Globe

This is some Upside Down sh*t


With the 2018 golden globe nominations now out, we can't help but dream up hypothetical scenarios of how our favourite A-list stars will celebrate each other's big wins.

Will we see a second kiss between Ryan Reynolds and Andrew Garfield? Another awkward 'seal clap' courtesy of Nicole Kidman? Or will Chrissy Teigen finally be able to stay awake to see who won the 'Best Actress' Oscar?


However, while we're excited to hear that Stranger Things' David Harbour (aka Chief Hopper) has been nominated for a Globe in the *deep breathe* 'Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television category', we're not so sure about one of his co-stars' reaction to the news.

Yesterday, the actor took to Instagram to thank fans of the hit Netflix show, with the caption: 'I tip my hat to you @goldenglobes for the nomination. My Christmas present came early this year. You got me feeling all the holiday feels.'

Cute, right?

Receiving over 6,000 comments on the post from fans congratulating the star, we couldn't help but notice Harbour's co-star Joe Kerry's (otherwise known as 'Beautiful-Cocky-Turned-Adorable-Steve-Harrington) suggestion if the actor won the coveted award.

Under the witty tagline @uncle_jezzy, Kerry wrote: 'If you win David the Duffer's get to shave my head.'

No, no. Not today, Satan. This is not happening.


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While Kerry's comment might have been made in jest, we'll be damned if we're about to let Kerry shave off his iconic bouffant.

Yes, bouffant, ladies and gents.

Just look at that Walnut Whip-inspired do.

It's shiny, fluffy yet stiff, and everything you want from a man's hair.

(Heck, it's everything you want in a woman's hair.)


In episode six of the series, the star even shared his advice about how to recreate his much-talked about hair do to new BFF Dustin Henderson (Gaten Matarazzo).


'It's Fabergé Organics,' Harrington explains. 'Use the shampoo and conditioner, and when your hair's damp — it's not wet, okay? When it's damp, you do four puffs of the Farrah Fawcett spray.'

Now, I don't know about you but I haven't the foggiest idea what Fabergé Organics is (a quick Google shows it's a hair product from the '80s) but do I want to buy a lifetime supply of it?

You bet I do.

@elliotliss 📸

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Look, if Harbour does with the Golden Globe (which we hope he does), jump up and down, take your top off and run around a football field, and weep for all we care, Joe.

But, whatever you do, Do. Not. Touch. The. Hair.


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