Zac Efron appears with a CHOCOLATE look after possible easy harmonization; Check!

Zac Efron attended the live event ‘Earth Day! The Musical ”, which celebrates“ Earth Day ”, shocked fans.

The 33-year-old star appeared with a totally different look, with a marked jawline and swollen lips.

It didn’t take long for Internet users to talk about a possible facial harmonization …

Discover the result and the main reactions:

Did Zac Efron do the facial harmonization? What did you think of the result? pic.twitter.com/Cksifm8lIx

– CinePOP (@cinepop) April 22, 2021

nobody, someone has to stop this facial harmonization, zac efron agr looks like eduardo costa pic.twitter.com/D4Ul4ycSrf

– Julia (@artjodies) April 22, 2021

Dude, bitch …

Zac Efron must be elated, okay?

The guy was incredibly good looking and tries to get uglier in an act of solidarity with the men of this world.

Big heart.

Unique humility.

Thanks, Zac. We men thank you.

The comparison was difficult! pic.twitter.com/2n41tV2yjx

– Intern (@oestagiario) April 22, 2021

Enjoy watching:

Zac Efron went from American heart to American version of Eduardo Costa pic.twitter.com/CeeEQ0lEGo

– J Víctor (@JVteixeirab) April 22, 2021

what Zac Efron did should be considered a crime against humanity pic.twitter.com//0QVS6AzMsI

– iviazinha (@adeusrl) April 22, 2021

why did I enter the topic “zac efron”? pic.twitter.com/ASA6C6tmgl

– ‘ᶜʳᶠ ​​(@heefxz) April 22, 2021

Zac Efron is working on the remake of the classic “Three Spinsters and a Baby”, which will be released by Disney +.

Will Reichel will be in charge of the script. No director is yet attached to the project.

Efron gained worldwide fame playing Troy Bolton in the “High School Musical” franchise. Then he rose to a meteoric career that included the comedies “17 Again”, “Neighbors” and “Baywatch: SOS Malibu”. He also starred in the musical “O Rei do Show” and in the biopic “Ted Bundy: The Irresistible Face of Evil”.

Released in 1987, the comedy starred Tom Selleck (Richard from “Friends”), Steve Guttenberg and Ted Danson (Michael from “The Good Place”). The legendary Leonard Nimoy was in charge of the production.

In addition to a strong reception from critics, the feature filmed a worldwide box office sensation, raising $ 240 million on a budget of $ 11 million, and winning a sequel in 1990 that failed. had the same success as the original.

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