Hugh? Alec? Tell Us Which Guys Had Worst/Best Globes Hair

01/16/2007 at 10:59 AM ET

So as to not be unfair, lets take a moment to muse on the men’s looks from last night’s Golden Globes. Though the prevalence of tuxedos makes it difficult to form any blatant fashion statements, there sure was some variation happening above the collar. Take Alec Baldwin and Hugh Grant, for example, two actors famously known for their thick locks. While Best TV Comedy Series Actor winner Alec kept his graying top perfectly coiffed, Grant seemed to be doing battle with a bottle of gel. What do you think? Any other guys whose looks you loved/hated last night?

Click here for more of the Best & Worst hair at the Golden Globes, and don’t miss our Best & Worst Dresses gallery, too.

Photo: FRANCIS SPECKER/Landov, FRANCIS SPECKER/Landov

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Lauren on

I love Hugh Grant I think he is funny and sexy, but that hair a Big NO!! I have a pet peeve about men and getting haircuts. I think if I can spend hundreds of dollars and numerous hours each month getting my hair done, they can spend $20 or less every two weeks to keep theirs in check.

maria lovoitz on

Alec looks better than Hugh. But I still love Hugh, especially in Notting Hill! They both need to chill out on the hair gel!

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