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Dave Hughes reveals how George Clooney has motivated his new look after turning 50


EXCLUSIVE: ‘I’ve modelled myself on George Clooney’: Dave Hughes reveals how the Hollywood star has motivated his new look after turning 50

He’s the Australian comedian who celebrated turning 50 in November.

And now, Dave Hughes has revealed how Hollywood star George Clooney, who is 10 years his senior, has inspired his new look.

‘I’ve modelled myself on George Clooney basically,’ he told Daily Mail Australia.

‘If it’s good enough for George. It’s good enough for me’: Aussie comedian Dave Hughes, 50, has revealed how Hollywood star George Clooney, 60, has inspired his new look

Dave explained that he feels like he has gone ‘too far down the track’ to start colouring his hair.

‘I’m not too far off being completely white. I’m going to keep the silver look, if I turn up looking like someone I am not it would just look bizarre,’ he continued.

‘If it’s good enough for George. It’s good enough for me,’ he said. 

‘My wife appears to like it, but I think that’s because it might put other women off, i’m not sure.’

Too late! 'I've modelled myself on George Clooney basically,' he told Daily Mail Australia of his new grey hair. Dave said he feels like he has gone 'too far down the track' to change his look

Too late! ‘I’ve modelled myself on George Clooney basically,’ he told Daily Mail Australia of his new grey hair. Dave said he feels like he has gone ‘too far down the track’ to change his look

The radio presenter said that his family are yet to adjust to his decision to adopt a plant-based diet after watching the pro-vegan Netflix documentary The Game Changers in October 2019.

‘Having a plant-based diet has probably annoyed my wife if anything because we’re all having separate meals basically,’ he said.

Dave explained that aside from eating a healthy plant-based diet he goes for daily runs around Sydney’s CBD.

Fit: Dave explained that aside from eating a healthy plant-based diet he goes for daily runs around Sydney's CBD. Pictured on Bondi Beach

Fit: Dave explained that aside from eating a healthy plant-based diet he goes for daily runs around Sydney’s CBD. Pictured on Bondi Beach

‘I love jogging down the middle of George street,’ he said.

‘The other day I was playing chicken with the light rails, the light rail was coming towards me, and I was coming towards it. One of us was going to veer off track, so it ended up being me, but I gave him a fright.’

Meanwhile, Dave confessed that he was feeling the best he has in years, despite turning the big 5-0.

‘I’m certainly a lot less scared of criticism as I used to be,’ he said.

Outspoken: Meanwhile, Dave confessed that he was feeling the best he has in years, despite turning the big 5-0. 'I've found the more criticism you get the less it worries you'

Outspoken: Meanwhile, Dave confessed that he was feeling the best he has in years, despite turning the big 5-0. ‘I’ve found the more criticism you get the less it worries you’

‘I’ve found the more criticism you get the less it worries you. That’s one good thing about trending on Twitter over the last 12 months,’ he laughed. 

The father-of-three went on to say that the thing he fears the most, are his two daughters Sadie, 9, and Tess, 7.

‘My 12 year old son was being a souk and I told him to “man up” and they were not impressed,’ he recalled. 

‘”Why did you have to man up dad? What’s good about being a man?” they said. Yes, fair enough person up mate, person up son.’ 

Family life: Dave wed wife Holly in 2006, and they share three children: Tess, six, Sadie, eight, and Rafferty, 10. Pictured on the set of Dave's TV series, Hughesy We Have A Problem

Family life: Dave wed wife Holly in 2006, and they share three children: Tess, six, Sadie, eight, and Rafferty, 10. Pictured on the set of Dave’s TV series, Hughesy We Have A Problem

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