Apr 29 2009
It’s a well-worn yet accurate description: Business in the front, party in the back. There’s no better way to portray the mullet.
For being a truly unattractive hairdo, many rich and powerful men have sported it. And no, I’m not including Joe Dirt in that category. However, actors, musicians and athletes have all fallen prey to the nonsensical look.
While I’d like to say the mullet is a relic from the 80s, I’d be ignoring the fact that some people persist on rocking the ‘do still today. In fact, stumbling upon this picture is what spurred today’s post:
No, Christopher Walken, just no.
In honor of his misguided style, let’s take a stroll through mullet town for a look at other celebrities who’ve done the do past and present.
I swear, those dimples must have blinded me to AC Slater’s hair.
And that’s what he chose for his album cover?
Another country singer becomes a victim to the mullet.
Even athletes aren’t strong enough to defeat the mullet.
Our favorite dreamboats, like Brad Pitt here, aren’t immune either.
George Clooney knows what I’m talking about.
For safety purposes, perhaps we should let Chuck Norris slide.
A true comedian, like Jerry Seinfeld, knows that even his hair should be funny.
It seems Mel Gibson has bigger problems these days than his former long locks.
It’s Michael Bolton so it almost works.
Proving it’s not just a boys club, little Jenny Humphrey’s brought the mullet to Gossip Girl.
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