Armie Hammer Is Unrecognizable In Isolation

Armie Hammer earned countless fans — and a Golden Globe nomination — for his role as the incredibly attractive and undeniably enticing Oliver in 2017's Call Me By Your Name, which showcased both his acting skills and his good looks. However, during the 2020 coronavirus pandemic, the star  — who's been embracing naughty behavior since he was a kid – shocked fans with an unexpected new look.

Joining a growing group of famous folks who are practically unrecognizable while in isolation, Hammer's surprising new style arguably tops Joe Manganiello's mind-blowing beardless transformation, Chris Noth's eye-popping hairless look, and DJ Khaled's uncharacteristically scruffy style. Honestly, if you think the aforementioned celebs look nothing like their red carpet alter egos, then your jaw will surely drop when you see the cringe-worthy makeover that Hammer debuted on social media to his fans' delight and horror ... and delighted horror.

Armie Hammer in a tasseled crop top is truly something to see

Armie Hammer was named one of People's Sexiest Men Alive in 2017, surely due to his piercing blue eyes, his fine facial features, and his luscious locks of dirty blonde hair. However, fans of the star weren't able to appreciate any of those attractive attributes when he posted an unrecognizable selfie to Instagram on Apr. 15, 2020.

It's hard to decide what's more shocking about the photo. Is it his off-center curly mohawk hairstyle? Or maybe it's his mustache/goatee facial hair combo? It's hard to ignore the patterned shorts (or is that a swimsuit?) and the belly-baring, sleeveless, tasseled crop-top, which is definitely something that we never expected to see The Social Network actor wear while social distancing. However, the most jarring aspect of the entire image may, in fact, be the creepy expression that he's flashing the camera.

Hammer felt like he was "[k]illing the game," but his followers agree that this look is fatal. "DEAD," one fan commented along with a row of laughing emojis. "Modern-day Renaissance man" Christopher R. King, who is apparently friendly enough with Hammer to receive photos like this directly. "I died laughing when you sent me this earlier," King said. "...little did I know it would make your feed! Cheers to breaking the internet with the most iconic quarantine transformation yet!"