Yeah, So Anderson Cooper Is Not Going to Get Rid of His Silver Hair for a Million Dollars

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According to the Sun Sentinel, a company is offering Anderson Cooper $1 million to get rid of his trademark silver-white hair for five years. The company makes a pill called "Go Away Gray," and hopes that Cooper will take the pills and document his experience on Facebook and Twitter. Obviously, this isn't going to happen, even with Cooper's dedication to charities like the ones rebuilding New Orleans and Haiti. For one thing, scary non-FDA-approved pills! But most important: The guy is a Vanderbilt, and he probably made more than that hosting The Mole. And, anyway, if Coop needed a million dollars he would be more likely to streak naked past President Obama. (Think about it: He has the bod and the access!)

Anderson Cooper Offered a Million Bucks to Get Rid of the Gray Hair [Sun Sentinel]