Hollywood, CA - Jack Nicholson has announced he is donating his famous raised left eyebrow to the British Museum in London, after his death. Nicholson claims the eyebrow had been passed down through seven generations of the Nicholson family, and contains royal blood.
Nicholson is the cousin of King Henry VIII, twice removed. He claims he gets his "ladies man" reputation from the King, who was known for philandering around town with a beverage of beauties on his arm.
The said eyebrow is dark brown with wavy short hairs. It curves at a 30 degrees angle in the middle point of the brow. Historians say it is one of a kind and that Nicholson was very generous to offer it to the museum.
Nicholson is said to be "just pleased to give something back to society."
Nicholas Muse, curator of the British Museum is looking forward to Nicholson's death and hopes it is sooner rather than later. "Jack Nicholson's eyebrow is just what this museum needs to boost falling attendance numbers" he claims.
Nicholson is 69.