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Ever loved a food item so much that you wanted to become it? Well, Howie Mandel did just the thing (sort of).

While showing up to the America's Got Talent set on March 25, Mandel became ramen chicken soup (the chicken flavor, at that), courtesy of a hoodie with an allover print inspired by the Maruchan packaging.

Mandel's ramen hoodie is going for around $25 on Amazon, and there's even a sweatsuit option echoing the vibes of the infamous emoji tracksuit (I cringe to think about it).

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Mandel paired the rather wild piece with brown striped cotton pants by Pleasures and some adidas sneakers. He finished off with his signature round shades.

Sure, the hoodie is pretty wild (I'm glad he didn't go with the full tracksuit). But to be honest, the full 'fit isn't all that bad. For some weird reason, it actually works for Mr. Mandel.

It keeps pace with his unique street style, consisting of statement shirts letting us know that he pooped or reminding people not to be productive that day.

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There's also been moments where the television personality stepped out in Converse's spiky Run Star Motion sneakers, Nike Air Force 1s, and KidSuper pieces. Indeed, Mandel lives for a nice statement piece with his outfits.

Mandel's hoodie might not literally deliver a new memo like past looks, but the message is clear: you are what you eat.

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