Miley Cyrus Shaves Cody Simpson’s Head During Self-Isolation After Celebrating 6-Month Anniversary

Cody Simpson is the latest star to debut a bold new hairstyle while self-isolating amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic — but instead of doing it himself, the singer and poet let his girlfriend Miley Cyrus take the reins!

On Thursday, Simpson, 23, posted a time-lapse video of the “Slide Away” singer, 27, shaving his head on Instagram.

“Buzzin. Clean cuts for clean oceans I say! 🌊🏴‍☠‍” he captioned the black-and-white clip, set to Shwayze’s “Buzzin” featuring Cisco Adler.

Simpson also shared a shirtless selfie on his Instagram Story showing off his new look while giving a shoutout to 4ocean, an organization dedicated to ocean and coastline clean up that he works with often.

“Now that’s a buzz cut for a good cause! Looking fresh @codysimpson!!!” 4ocean — which has collected over eight million pounds of ocean plastic and harmful debris since 2017, according to its website — wrote under Simpson’s Instagram post.

During his time on-air, Simpson read Cyrus a poem he had written about her.

“Babe! I’m freaked! I’m the most beautiful?” she asked, smiling from ear to ear. Simpson replied: “You’re the most beautiful, babe.”

The cute moment comes one day after Cyrus and Simpson celebrated their six-month anniversary on April 1.

In honor of their big day, Simpson shared a black-and-white photo of his girlfriend wearing casual black ensemble with her hair in a ponytail and zit cream on her face.

“6 months with you is worth a lifetime with anyone else,” he captioned the Instagram post. “I love you.”

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