I did a post a few months ago on Fergie from the Black Eyed Peas, not really noticing the short dude next to her. Likely it is because that short guy, Will.I.Am, also from the Black Eyed Peas, is usually wearing a hat, as seen above. Will.I.Am seems to have the dual approach to hiding his hairline. First the hat. Second, the facial hair to detract attention from the top of the head. With him, this seems to work. But sooner or later, I find out the truth.
Sunday, August 30, 2009
Thursday, August 27, 2009
Now I'm starting to see how Fall Out Boy got it's name. First Pete Wentz, and now singer Patrick Stump. Patrick is always wearing hats so I had suspected but didn't have the proof. Unfortunately for him, Patrick Stump was arrested on a two-year-old warrant for driving without a valid license. Which means, mugshot time!
Not a very rock star-like picture. I noticed the hair combed from the front to the back and the thinness up front and it clicked - the real reason he is always wearing hats. Check out this youtube video of outtakes from a Fall Out Boy music video for more evidence:
Tuesday, August 25, 2009
Thanks to reader Greg B. for this submission, which Greg entitled J Piven (the little sh*t). Haha, gotta love it! This is such a nice picture of his bald spot that even though we have enough proof that Jeremy Piven wears a toupee, I couldn't resist posting it!
And if that isn't enough, click here to view a slideshow from Huffington Post on Jeremy's many hairlines
Sunday, August 23, 2009
The original film Batman, Michael Keaton used to have some nice locks:
Then again now that I look back on it, this picture does have early signs of balding. Look on the sides of his head. Recently he has resurfaced in Post Grad, which I checked out this weekend. He does look like he is balding in Post Grad, but not as bad as in real life. So my guess is he had a piece, at least to cover that bald spot in the back of his head. The best proof of his bald spot came from reader Blue Gold, who sent this clip of Michael Keaton from 2008:
Thursday, August 20, 2009
When I first posted on Al Pacino, I received a few emails saying shame on me for posting. But I call 'em like I see 'em, and he is definitely a wig/toupee wearer. Reader Michael B. just sent me these shots that show his bald patches:
Thanks Michael B. for the submission!
Wednesday, August 19, 2009
I totally forgot about this guy, and so did the world, but leave it up to Dancing with the Stars to bring him back into the public light! It was recently announced that he will be one of the contestants on the upcoming season. This former Congressman from Sugarland, Texas was one of the Congressmen who accepted "gifts" from Jack Abramoff. Here's his mug shot:
The money laundering and violations of campaign finance laws are nothing compared to the crime that is his hair piece. Let's take a look shall we: Here's a picture of the bald spot on the back of his head. This is from a book signing in March 2007:
Clearly, he is balding, yet he always seems to have a great head of hair. Too bad it's not his. See how the hair piece does not have a part and just sits atop his head?
The next picture is by far my favorite. Don't you love how Chris Matthews' hair is blowing wild in the wind yet Tom Delay's "hair" is stuck to his head?
Monday, August 17, 2009
Donnie Wahlberg turns 40 today! Recently you may have seen him in Saw II through Saw V. But some of you may just remember him from New Kids on the Block.
Donnie is still Hangin' Tough, and he's taking it Step by Step to have the Right Stuff to make it at least another 40 years!
Saturday, August 15, 2009
Thursday, August 13, 2009
Les Paul, the guitar virtuoso and inventor who revolutionized music and created rock 'n' roll as surely as Elvis Presley and the Beatles by developing the solid-body electric guitar and multitrack recording, died Thursday at age 94.
Known for his lightning-fast riffs, Paul performed with some of early pop's biggest names and produced a slew of hits, many with wife Mary Ford. But it was his inventive streak that made him universally revered by guitar gods as their original ancestor and earned his induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as one of the most important forces in popular music.
Paul, who died in White Plains, N.Y., of complications from pneumonia, was a tireless tinkerer, whose quest for a particular sound led him to create the first solid-body electric guitar, a departure from the hollow-body guitars of the time. His invention paved the way for modern rock 'n' roll and became the standard instrument for legends like Pete Townshend and Jimmy Page.
He also developed technology that would become hallmarks of rock and pop recordings, from multitrack recording that allowed for layers and layers of "overdubs" to guitar reverb and other sound effects.
"He was truly the cornerstone of popular music," said Henry Juskiewicz, chairman and CEO of Gibson Guitar, which mass produced Paul's original invention. "He was a futurist, and unlike some futurists who write about it and predict things, he was a guy who actually did things."
In this Feb. 19, 1977 file photo, Les Paul, right, and Chet Atkins, left, are presented Grammies by Dolly Parton and Freddie Fender, second from right, at 19th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles.
Tuesday, August 11, 2009
Star of Gossip Girl, guest star on Californication and winner of not one, not two, but three Teen Choice Awards! What a stud. Oh and did I forget to mention he's the lead singer of a band called Filthy Youth?
This guy is only 22 but it looks like he is already showing signs of balding. He usually combs his hair forward (like Giovanni Ribisi in the entry below) to hide the hair line. But here is a clear shot (June 2009) of his Jude Law-esque hair line:
Here he is just a few months prior, in March 2009, trying to hide the hair line:
And here he is in May 2009, perhaps he is going to stop hiding his hair line and become an out and proud baldie:
Monday, August 10, 2009
Most recently seen starring alongside Johnny Depp in Public Enemies, I first noticed this guy in Gone in 60 Seconds. Guess who he played? None other than Nicolas Cage's younger brother. Well whoever cast that movie, cast these two perfectly. Giovanni Ribisi is definitely following Nic's footsteps, or should I say in Nic's hairline.
Giovanni has been balding for quite some time. However, recently it appears he is trying to cover it up a bit. For now he is just combing his hair forward. Perhaps like his fictional older brother, we will be seeing some hair pieces in the future.
Here's Giovanni at the Pirates of the Carribean premiere on May 19, 2007:
Here he is in May 2009 at the Middle Men screening at Cannes:
And here he is a month later (June 24, 2009) at the premiere of Public Enemies all covered up:
Saturday, August 8, 2009
This guy has it all - a hot supermodel wife, great football career, good looks. And for now a nice hair line. However, that may change in the near future. Many people report a bald spot appearing on the back of his head. So far this is the best photo I have been able to find.
Also the New York Post reports:
[Tuesday] afternoon, the NFL MVP was seen heading into a building on Seventh Avenue NYC with several medical offices. PageSix.com first called the podiatrist (for his suspect right foot), but the receptionist there said, "No, he wasn't here." PageSix.com then called the chiropractic practice, but the receptionist there said, "No, he didn't come in." Finally, PageSix.com phoned AMD Lab USA, a trichologist (that's hair restoration specialist, as in, for someone who is losing theirs), and was told, very pointedly, "No comment."
We'll be watching you Tom!
Wednesday, August 5, 2009
Reader Marques J. writes:
"Since the late '90s, Chavo's hairline has been receding quite a bit, not to mention he had a bald spot in the back of his head.
Since the mid-to-late 2000s or so, this guy's hairline has been lying, cheating and stealing mother nature."
At least with this guy, we know his secret. Bret Michaels should have a chat with Chavo about how to properly wear a bandanna so that it actually hides your hairline.
Here he is with no hair on top:
and now miraculously with hair:
Monday, August 3, 2009
I can see you're thinning, thinning, thinning. Hair lineeeee.
Now I see why she always has wigs, extensions, weaves, etc. in her hair. Beyonce usually can be seen in a full lace wig. But those can do damage to your hair, as you can see above. Beyonce, you are beautiful and talented, you don't need to hide behind a wig!
Sunday, August 2, 2009
Here's the story of a guy named Brady, who grew up with a full head of curls.
He was loved everywhere he went, and he always had plenty of girls.
Then one day this fellow started seeing, his hair line was fading away.
He tried hair pieces, combing and hats, but nothing made it change.
And that's the way he became a post on my paggge!
Here you can see his hairline receding on the sides. This picture is from a few years back.
In the below one, the hair line does not look natural...