Can We Please Unsee These 5 Looks?
Ashley Judd's Emmy Beehive: Even the Missing nominee acknowledged the gaffe of this high-reaching hairstyle, tweeting the day after the awards: "Most hair-dos from a special event I can fluff & recycle for a few days. I'm not sure this #Emmys haute couture look can have a second life!" Unfortunately, it shouldn't have had a first one.
Amanda Bynes' Mug Shot: Two years after announcing her retirement, the 26-year-old tweeted about her new lilac hair. The look sparked a tabloid frenzy when it was featured in a mug shot after an April DUI arrest. As her legal troubles mount and her agent, publicist and lawyer have dropped her, her locks have never looked better than her current auburn.
Mitt Romney's Tan: The candidate didn't just lose the White House, he lost credibility with Univision's audience, for whom he wore a bronzer overdose. "I prefer the 'less is more' look when it comes to tan skin," says St. Tropez VIP Skin Finishing Expert Fiona Locke. A more natural tan, with St. Tropez Self Tan Bronzing Mousse, would've been believable.
Lady Gaga's Gray-Orange Hair Pile: Never one for subtleties, Gaga seemed to gain the most weight on her head, where she piled absurd teased bicolored hairpieces for her arrival at SongShan airport in Taipei, Taiwan, a Born This Way Ball tour stop. Even her electric green cutout dress couldn't distract from her WTF? hairdo.
Miley Cyrus Going Blade Runner: It's hard to believe that the mane man behind Jennifer Aniston's "Rachel" haircut also created Cyrus' choppy crop. After receiving criticism for the look, Cyrus went to the Twitterverse to defend it: "If you don't have something nice to say don't say anything at all. my hair is attached to my head no one else's and it's going bye bye."