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I'm a Celeb...Give Me More Hair!

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A growing number of celebrity men are forking out thousands to restore their thinning thatch it seems, with recent reports of more famous faces to have paid huge sums of money to cover their hair loss.

Homes Under the Hammer presenter Martin Roberts and recent participant of I’m a Celebrity, has joined the increasing list of men to pay for such a procedure. The 53 year-old television presenter has followed the likes of model Calum Best and ex-footballer Didi Hamann by visiting Dr Asim Shahmalak’s Crown Clinic in Manchester.

Roberts has paid around £6,000 to receive the same Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) procedure that England captain Wayne Rooney famously paid for in 2011 to try and combat his rapidly diminishing mane.

The I’m a Celeb star says he feels like a new man after the hair transplant, which he felt necessary in order to cover a bald spot on his crown which followed him around “like a halo”. In total, 4,200 hairs were painstakingly removed from the back of his scalp to cover up his crown.

Speaking before he went to Australia and into the jungle, the Homes Under the Hammer presenter commented “My crown looks pretty much like it did when I was a teenager. I have got all my hair back.”

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