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We'll have some fun with our take on the '''Worst hair on television'''.
 
We'll have some fun with our take on the '''Worst hair on television'''.
  
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==Photo gallery==
 
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==Video gallery==
 
==Video gallery==
 
<p align="left">Nobody tops Bill Shatner for toupee denial:
 
<p align="left">Nobody tops Bill Shatner for toupee denial:

Latest revision as of 17:48, 13 February 2010

We'll have some fun with our take on the Worst hair on television.


Video gallery

Nobody tops Bill Shatner for toupee denial:



Wayne Newton's hair wouldn't be so bad if he were a real estate agent in Vineland, New Jersey. But, add that mustache, the diamond knuckle ring, and that gold microphone, and suddenly the hair turns extra-bad.



Lorenzo Lamas during his Renegade years brought men's hair to luxurious thresholds that Jennifer Love Hewitt would envy. Thank you, Lorenzo.