Jacob deGrom expects his new hairdo to help his fastball
LONDON – A special production of the 1960s rock musical “Hair,” tweaked for the age of Trump, premieres in London this week to mark the ground-breaking show’s 50th anniversary. The show, staged in London’s Vaults theater, features updates to the dialogue and song lyrics written by James Rado, who wrote the show with Germoe Ragni…
Ray Romano is getting lots of love for his portrayal as washed-up schlock-movie producer Rick Moreweather in the new Epix series “Get Shorty.” But even more astounding than his performance? His hair. Romano “was the one who was really, really into it,” says Nani Vélez, “Get Shorty” hair department head, on the comedian’s wild, spiked…
Let the sunshine in — and your junk hang out.
“I have never done that before so I don’t know if I have an odd-shaped head once it is all gone,” she told us.
The “Charmed” star and hubby Kurt Iswarienko now have matching dark curls.
I literally had no body hair lol! and i tried to work out but i didnt have enough time haha
After the season’s weirdest publicity buildup, “Hair” made its official opening in 1968 at the Biltmore Theater.
The Pantene spokesmodel didn’t divulge any details behind her major hair makeover.
Get ready for the latest reality show courtesy of a family of Staten Island hairdressers. TLC’s “Hair Goddess,” which is set to air in the summer, can be described as “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” meets “Jersey Shore” meets “Cake Boss.” In other words, there’s lots of long dark hair, family infighting and Italian-style entrepreneurship…
Samantha Bee and “Full Frontal” have apologized to a brain cancer patient for saying he had “Nazi hair” on a CPAC segment of their Wednesday night show. “We deeply apologize for offending @_that_kyle in our CPAC segment. We only learned of his condition today & have removed him from the piece,” the show’s Twitter posted. We… […]
Katy Perry says she wants to “redefine what it means to be feminine” with her new hair. These celebs all did it first.
yes, yes and only slightly
Even plastic gentlemen prefer blondes.
He was born in Georgia and lives in Pennsylvania, but Justin Guarini’s spiritual home is Broadway. “I was probably 11 when I saw ‘Les Miz,’ ” the first “American Idol” runner-up tells BARBARA HOFFMAN. “I remember being so blown away, I wanted to get into that genre!” He did. After “A.I.,” he played five Broadway shows,…