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Shailene Woodley Donating Her Hair to Children’s Charity

The actress is going bald to play a cancer-stricken teen in the upcoming drama, "The Fault in Our Stars"

"Spectacular Now" star Shailene Woodley is chopping off her long locks of brown hair this weekend for her role as a teenage cancer patient in the adaptation of John Green's novel, "The Fault In Our Stars" — and she's making sure it doesn't go to waste.

The actress has announced she is donating her hair to Children With Hair Loss (CWHL), a charity that makes hair replacement accessible to children affected by medically-related hair loss.

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"I will be cutting my hair off this coming weekend in order to help morph my physical body into that of the incredible Hazel Grace Lancaster — and I couldn’t be more amped," Woodley wrote on her Tumblr blog. "Not only do I have the opportunity to externally shift my current establishment of self, but I have the blessed gift of donating my long locks to a wonderful organization who will then create a wig for someone in need."

The 21-year-old actress, Green and "Fault in Our Stars" producer Wyck Godfrey are calling upon others to follow in her footsteps by joining the #HairForHazel team.

"Any of you have 8 inches of hair to spare? Or maybe know a friend or family member that does," Woodley's blog continues. "If so, consider JOINING THE #hairforhazel TEAM! I've already got my mom committed, and possibly a few friends as well."

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Woodley has also taken to Twitter to start the movement, tweeting:

"The Fault in Our Stars" follows Woodley as one of two cancer-stricken teens who strike up a romantic relationship as they face an uncertain future. Ansel Elgort, who also stars alongside Woodley in upcoming young adult sci-fi thriller "Divergent," plays her love interest.

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