Health & Beauty
Best and Worst "DWTS" Hairstyles
You loved their cha-cha, but hated their chignon. Did these celebrities' hairstyles from "Dancing with the Stars" swing your vote?
For the last 10 seasons, "Dancing with the Stars" on ABC has been pairing random celebrities (most with some sort of scandalous past -- i.e. DUIs, sex-scandals, prison stints) together with professional dancers to learn choreographed routines that are performed in front of a live studio audience and a panel of judges. Each week, a couple gets the boot based on votes from viewers, and more often than not, it has nothing to do with who tangoed the best. Which got us beauty gals thinkin', could the hairstyles these celebrities wear possibly be influencing America's votes? We personally know how difficult it is to properly judge our favorite reality show queen or playboy playmates' two-step when they are dancing with some seriously bad hair, ratty looking hair extensions, or footloose frizz.
While of course, in judging these celebrity hairstyles, one has to take into account that such a circus of a show lends itself to some funky formal 'dos. But, for instance, did Brook Burke's beautiful brown waves have anything to do with her almost perfect scores in season seven? Or were Shannon Doherty's silly pigtails the reason she was the first to be ousted this season? Was it Marie Osmond's fainting spell or her rough-looking curls that got her sympathy votes? Let's look at some evidence. Here are the ten best and worst hairstyles from "Dancing with the Stars". We think you'll agree that their hair had a lot to do with their success.
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