Dylan Dreyer' Husband Brian Fichera Looks Unrecognizable after Quarantine Makeover
Dylan Dreyer's husband, Brian Fischera, recently underwent a makeover, and he shared a before-and-after photo to show off his new hair cut.
Brian Fischera had a makeover amid the quarantine, and he looks so different. He recently shared a photo on Instagram that showed off his new look while comparing it to an old photo of himself.
"Sorry to displace that family of birds living in my hair. New look courtesy of Dylan Dreyer, the demon barber of Fleet Street."
The NBC News cameraman joked that he looked like a special on NBC's "Dateline." Earlier this month, Brian had announced that he had tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
The father of one took to social media to share an emotional post about him experiencing symptoms of the virus and how he had to self-isolate for at least a week.
He explained in the Instagram post that he had been self-isolating in the bedroom of his son, Cal, for about ten days, to protect his wife and son from contracting the virus.
He admonished others dealing with COVID-19 to "hydrate, cry and be patient."
Fischera also revealed that he suffered headaches that were "debilitating" and a consistent fever that ran for a week.
He said that he cried a lot and added that the disease had an "emotional component" that makes its attacks more personal as if it is "tailor-made to whoever it attaches."
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This is Cals room. The bed is roughly the size of a coffin. A little over 3 weeks ago I spiked a fever and had some unsettling and alarming stomach issues. We didn’t waste a second...we immediately realized I needed to Quarantine myself. Calvin was already sleeping in our room so before I moved into Cals room permanently Dylan took out some of Cals favorite toys before I made it my quarantine zone. This was my world for about 10 days. The fever never really got above 101 but it also never got below for well over a week. The headaches were debilitating. No amount of Tylenol could put a dent in my headaches or temperature. There was also an emotional component to this disease. I cried. ALOT. I never cry (unless homeward bound or Forrest Gump is on tv). After 6 days it was deemed necessary by the hotline I called that I take a test....it was positive. I had it. This disease is also brilliant and diabolical. It will let up just enough to allow you to feel good about yourself and walk to the bathroom....but then it will suddenly attack you as if it knows you are at the farthest away from your bed. When it hits hard you can’t move, and it feels like you’re snorkeling through a cocktail straw. People have compared it to the flu ...for me it was reminiscent of mono. you have to anticipate the deeply personal attacks of this virus because it seems to be tailor made to whoever it attaches to. It’s the Freddy Krueger of virus’s because it knows where you are weakest and knows your deepest fears and it attacks accordingly. Anyway I was lucky and have been symptom free for a week. All I can say is hydrate, cry and be patient. When you feel 100% and feel like you beat this thing wait 3 more days. Take care and if anyone has any questions or needs to talk that is going through it or knows someone going through it please DM me and I will get back to you. Be safe. Be smart. Be humble.
The husband of the "Today" co-host later expressed his current joy at the relief at being on his journey back to good health. He admonished others dealing with COVID-19 to "hydrate, cry and be patient."
Brian further advised them to be extra careful and make sure that they are entirely cured of the disease before resuming their lives.
Dylan and Brian got married in 2012 at The Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston, a year after they got engaged. The couple made a move to their New York residence shortly after trying the knot. They welcomed their only child together, Calvin Bradley, in 2016.
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