Ke$ha's inspiration for this hairstyle was a cockatoo, and it will take her five hours to wash out the gel keeping that mohawk up. The person who gets stuck sitting behind her tonight will be giving her the evil eye all night. Totally worth it; all hairstyles should have a height and diameter.
Please keep the comedy limited to your writing and acting, Mindy Kaling. And remember that Amy Winehouse is not someone whose picture you show to your hairstylist and say "Now this is the look I'm going for" while prepping for a red carpet event.
Yes, it pains us to call Kate Gosselin a "celebrity," but she walked around with this reverse-mullet hairstyle for over four years. If we found ourselves standing next to her at the time, we'd have poked our eyes out with the spiky tips in the back, so offended were we by this 'do.
Lauren "Lo" Bosworth was known for being a major trendsetter on The Hills, so we had no idea what happened when she showed up on the red carpet with this '60s hairstyle gone wrong. In her defense, she could have ridden there in a fabulous vintage convertible.
What a better way to "Feel the Rain on Your Skin" than by exposing even more of it with some scalp-baring cornrows? Natasha Bedingfield might be onto something with this hairstyle after all. Maybe she's plugging her single?
No, we're not really surprised by Cher's sky-high curly hairstyle. If we have nearly this much hair (or can pull off extensions this well) when we're almost 70, we'll be happy campers. Bedazzled sheer bodysuit fully optional.
Just in case her nest of curls topped off with some additional netting wasn't wackadoo enough, Helena Bonham Carter has added a "party in the back"--or rather, party to the side--aspect to this hairstyle with a few long, straggly curls. But really, what other hairstyle goes with sunglasses, a crazy floral dress and two different-colored shoes?