Cody Simpson shaves hair
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We're all looking for ways to break up the monotony of sitting in the house these days. Miley Cyrus and Cody Simpson, however, have figured it out, and there are clippers involved. In a recent video, Simpson showed Cyrus shaving off all of his hair, and it's literally so joyous to watch. However, it's not out of boredom. It was for a good cause. 

Check it out ahead.

Miley Cyrus and Cody Simpson have been spending their time of social distancing together and glowing.

Just like everyone else, they're in the house enjoying each other's company and soaking up some sun. The couple have been posting selfies, and flicking it up while stuck in the house. Basically, those of us who aren't with bae during this quarantine are kinda sad.

But they just took that bonding even further.

Because Simpson just let his girl completely take his hair off. The time-lapse video was a serious shocker considering Simpson's pretty long hair, but the couple seems perfectly fine with it. "Buzzin," Simpson captioned the video. "Clean cuts for clean oceans I say!"

It was all for a wonderful cause.


And that cause is keeping our oceans clean. "My mates @4ocean have agreed to pull one pound of trash from the oceans for everyone who joins us in #CleanCutForCleanOceans," Simpson posted. 

"The COVID-19 pandemic has taken over communities around the world at an astounding rate and has forced most of us to change the way we lives. Staying positive and trying to look forward is a good attitude to have during times of crisis. I’m stoked to get outside eventually and enjoy the green earth and blue ocean again & there are some epic organizations around the world continuing to deliver on their mission of keeping our oceans clean so they are there for us to enjoy for years to come. In honour of those people, I want to find a way to help raise awareness around their efforts."

Simpson is encouraging everyone to spread the word by recording a video or photo of your hair getting chopped and tagging #CleanCutsForCleanOceans and @4ocean.