Vince Vaughn, 48, ditches his trademark curly locks as he blends in with the crowds at NFL game

He’s famed for his trademark curly locks, but Vince Vaughn was rocking a new look when he stepped out on Sunday.

The Hollywood star was showcasing a grey hairdo as he strolled along the street in New Orleans, looking noticeably different from his heyday.

The 48-year-old Wedding Crashers actor blended in with the crowds at the NFL game, arriving at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome ahead of the Saints VS. Rams game on Sunday.

Vince was looking cool and casual for his outing, donning a pair of black jeans and brown dress shows.

He wrapped up warm in a quilted navy jacket and kept his hands slung in his pockets for extra warmth. 99bandar

The star proved he was totally down-to-earth as he arrived at the bustling stadium with the rest of the crowds.

Vince has had a tough few months after being arrested on DUI charges – but pled not guilty last October following the June 2018 incident.

The Break-Up actor was pulled over in Manhattan Beach, California, at a DUI checkpoint on June 10.

He was charged last month with three misdemeanors including driving under the influence, driving with a 0.08 percent blood-alcohol content or higher, and refusing to comply with a peace officer or submit to an inspection.

While stopped at a sobriety checkpoint at 12.40am the Wedding Crashers star was allegedly asked repeatedly to get out of his vehicle but he refused.

He was driving with a male passenger who was also arrested and charged with obstructing officers and public intoxication.

Vaughn’s attorney Blair Berk entered the plea of not guilty to all counts as the actor was a no-show at Torrance Courthouse on Friday.

He has recently been spotted filming for crime drama Arkansas, in which he plays a drug kingpin named Frog.

Arkansas follows two drug runners in the Dixie Mafia who live and die by the orders of Frog, who they’ve never met.

To no surprise, a drug deal goes bad and the consequences are deadly for the runners, played by Liam Hemsworth and Clark Duke.

The film, set to premiere in 2020, will mark Clark’s directorial debut.