So Peter Siddle has opted to go with the Eminem look for this summer of cricket.
Anyways, I am not going to lie, I am only using his change in hairstyle to allow us to look at back at one of the great sporting moments from the banana loving legend.
Yes, you know where we are going.
The infamous Peter Siddle hat-trick.
Here it is.
Go on, watch it again.
25th November 2010. I was fortunate enough to be in the crowd for the first day of The Ashes.
Cook. Prior. Broad. 4-197 quickly became 7-197.
Commentator Mark Nicholas tried to ruin it for us as the Poms went to the DRS, but Siddle was not going to be denied.
In fact, if anything the referral to the third umpire might have only added to the brilliant drama and theatre of it all. Not to mention Shane Warne and Mark Taylor getting bloody excited!
Each Ashes series we have on home soil, there just always seem to be some moments that stand out and get etched into folklore.
Gilchrist's fast 100 in Perth, Ryan Harris's ball to remove Alastair Cook & Stephen Harmison's (very) wide opening delivery back in 2006.
In 2010-11, it was Peter Siddle's hat-trick, the Gabba that day was seriously rocking.
Sadly, despite Siddle's heroics in Brisbane, the Aussies got beat in the 2010-11 series, Alastair Cook leading England to a 3-1 series win. Pricks.
Anyways, Sidds has blonde hair now.