Earlier tonight on the Golden Globes Red Carpet, we got a glimpse of some simple and sharp looking outfits from the likes of Wiz Khalifa and Kevin Hart. Channing Tatum, who earlier this week drew praise after performing "Run The World (Girls)" alongside Beyonce on Spike's Lip Sync Battle, unfortunately did not make the "Best Dressed" list. Simply put, we couldn't overlook his new sloppy, greasy hairstyle, even if his look was fairly well put together in every other aspect.

We're not exactly sure if Tatum was running late for the ceremony and couldn't get his hair in order in time, or if he's going for some form of grungy post-emo look here. Either way, people on Twitter went in on the actor, and drew comparisons to Pete Wentz from Fall Out Boy and Bill Hader's character Stefon from SNL.

 

Channing Tatum inspired by Stefon on SNL for his hair tonight. #GoldenGlobes pic.twitter.com/aaL8nrtZvk

— rustbeltrants (@rustbeltrants) January 11, 2016


 

 

Is Channing Tatum's Golden Globes hair inspo Pete Wentz circa 2007? pic.twitter.com/EgAlka7LkN

— Maya Kosoff (@mekosoff) January 11, 2016


 

 

why does Channing Tatum's hair make him look like a 14 year old emo kid pic.twitter.com/iogvBzWm6I

— BuzzFeed Celeb (@BuzzFeedCeleb) January 11, 2016


 

 

Mood because Channing Tatum's hair, #GoldenGlobes pic.twitter.com/6yqq43kLS4

— Emperor Alejandro (@alexx_101) January 11, 2016


 

 

Channing Tatum, what is that hair? Everybody was on your side two days ago #GoldenGlobes

— Jade Leach (@writtenbymuff) January 11, 2016


 

 

Channing Tatum, you're too young for the old man combover, and too old for that emo, Hot Topic hair swipe. #ERedCarpet

— Kevin Tustin (@KevinTustin) January 11, 2016


 

One user did point out that it's possible this new hairstyle is part of Tatum's latest role in Gambit, which will be releasing later this year in October. Hopefully that's the case, and this isn't a look that's here to stay. 

 

I swear, if this is Channing Tatum's Gambit hair I will burn everything to the ground #GoldenGlobes pic.twitter.com/iIvkDtOWFb

— Donna Dickens (@MildlyAmused) January 11, 2016