- The comic shared a series of photos with Jimmy Kimmel and Gordon Ramsay
- He also revealed in a video that it was the first Super Bowl that he had attended
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Fans were left shocked when a 90s comedian was spotted looking unrecognizable during the Super Bowl.
The comic attended the big game in late show host Jimmy Kimmel’s VIP box, along with celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay.
He shared several photos and videos from Allegiant Stadium where the Kansas City Chiefs beat the San Francisco 49ers in dramatic overtime.
But fans were left stunned by his appearance with his wild pink mop of curls wildly different to his usual look.
Scott Thompson, also known as the comedian Carrot Top, 58, had swapped his infamous unruly red hair for dyed pink locks with dark streaks peaking through.
Fans were shocked when Carrot Top was spotted looking unrecognizable at the Super Bowl
Scott Thompson, known as Carrot Top, 58, had swapped his infamous unruly red hair for pink
The comic attended the big game with late show host Jimmy Kimmel (center) in a luxury box
He had also heavily applied dark, black eyeliner and donned a brown headband and loose pink tshirt for the occasion.
Thompson, who is known for his prop comedy, also sported a thin mustache and goatee.
It was a stark contrast to his signature look from the 90s when his bright red curls inspired his stage name, Carrot Top.
Social media users were staggered by the unrecognizable comedian, with many comparing him to other celebrities.
One user on X, formerly known as Twitter, posted: ‘OMG WHAT HAPPENED TO CARROT TOP?!?’
‘What series of events resulted in Johnny Depp and Carrot Top becoming indistinguishable,’ another quipped.
‘Carrot Top looks like the genie that would would be freed when you rub a lava lamp,’ one user joked, while another added, ‘Carrot Top looks like Steven Tyler if he became a magician.’
In a video shared to his Instagram, Carrot Top revealed that it was the first Super Bowl he had attended.
Fans were left stunned by his appearance with many taking to social media over his look
Carrot Top shared a series of photos to his Instagram, including one with Gordon Ramsay
The 90s prop comic also revealed that it was the first Super Bowl he had attended
‘Thank you Molly for getting me a ticket by the way,’ he shared.
‘I went from having no ticket to sitting in a suite and watching the game. I could see Taylor Swift but I wasn’t sitting in her box.’
Carrot Top is based in Las Vegas but, in an interview with the New York Times, he revealed he struggled to get tickets to the big game.
For the article, he wore a baseball cap with a sticker that said ‘Need Tickets’ on the front.
‘I think this is the biggest event we’ve ever had,’ he said.
‘That’s what everyone says: “You’re Carrot Top! You own this town!” But I really can’t get one.’