Prince William (for the millionth time)

Just last month Prince William did a photo shoot for Hello! magazine in England. Here's the cover shot:

Hmmm, there's an awful lot of hair on top of his head. Wonder who it belongs to. Because it certainly does not all belong to William:

Jon Cryer

Thanks to reader JFRK for this tip. Jon Cryer is supposed one man of the Two and a Half Men. When I've had the misfortune of catching this show on tv I've often wondered to myself how they calculated two and a half men because Jon Cryer's character is half a man at best. That plus the kid and Charlie Sheen just cannot equal Two and a Half Men. Unless their definition of "men" is a bit more lax than mine.

One thing is for sure, a real man wouldn't hide behind a toupee. Here is Jon Cryer in a recent episode of Two and a Half Men (air date January 11, 2010):

And here he is February 1, 2010

And another picture sans toupee:

That's what happens when you do seven seasons of a show with Charlie Sheen.


Ladies and gentlemen for your consideration, I present to you the artist known now as Prince, former known as Prince and formerly known as the artist formerly known as Prince.

Here are some photos of Prince leaving the Dorchester Hotel on his way to a North London recording studio four years ago (2/13/06). You decide if he is actually balding, just has damaged hair due to extensions, dying and other hair damage, or if he still has a full head of hair:


I found these on a Prince message board (source above) and one of the follow-up comments really cracked me up. The person wrote "Why is he acting like he really has to duck to get into that car?" So true! (and hilarious)

More Rob Schneider!

Thanks to reader E.K. for finding these pictures of Rob Schneider without his toupee:

Chris Daughtry of Daughtry

Usually this former American Idol contestant and lead singer of his band Daughtry has a completely shaved head. We all knew why he shaves his head, even if he didn't want to admit it. But just yesterday he took this picture with Carrie Underwood, showing his true hair line. And guess what? He's still looking pretty good. See Chris, all those years of hiding the truth were wasted.

Matt Tiabbi

Thanks to reader Dave H. for this one. Matt Tiabbi is a columnist at Rolling Stone. He is best known for his coverage of the 2004 US presidential election, and for his former editorial positions at newspapers the eXile, the New York Press, and the Beast. You may have seen Taibbi on Real Time with Bill Maher. Most recently, Tiabbi has attracted attention for his criticism of Goldman Sachs, whom he accuses of helping engineer "every major market manipulation since the Great Depression."

Accusing Goldman Sachs of such things is one way of getting attention. Another is denying that your hair is falling out and trying to hide it in the most ridiculous ways possible:

Matt: you are a good looking guy without hair. So let what little you have go.

Conan O'Brien!

I have suspected this one for quite some time. But I didn't have the proof to back up my claim - until now! I could tell the front hairline was receding, so it seemed funny to me that despite the receding hair line Conan's hair seemed to get thicker by the day. It looked fake - but then again Conan's hair always kind of did. Take a look:

The bald spot is exposed! And just to put icing on the cake (and because this photo cracks me up):

Bob Saget!

From reader Marques J. - thanks yet again for this submission. As Marques J. writes: "Unfortunately for him as time passed after Full House ended and after he left America's Funniest Home Videos, so did part of his hair sadly." So true, so true.

Here's Bob back in his Danny Tanner days:

What a nice head of hair he had! For years he would push his hair forward to hide the hairline. But it seems in recent years he has accepted his hair line for what it is. Here are more current shots of Saget: