Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by pheelios, Jan 27, 2012.
Lots of clips on the YouTube that seem to suggest that it isn't real, just sayin....
Yup. He dyes his whiskers for a lee marvin look.
His hair is real expensive.
Now he really is half Italian, his wig is made of Italian hair.
It's real but not his
As opposed to imaginary?
It's still real to me, goddammit!
I suspect it was grown by someone somewhere in the Third World.
at a minimum it is LUDICROUS to argue he doesn't dye it, and it would be completely normal to admit it, but he persists, which makes me think there is something greater going on behind the denials -- as in, it is partially, or wholly, fake
also, the idea he needs his own, specifically identified, stylist everywhere he goes, when basically all he has is permed hair, is ridiculous
Is this a serious question..?
As real as this........
Before the new chin implant
Bob Levy called him a "praying mantis in a wig" that is sufficient evidence, since Bob was close to the show and the people on it. I'm sure they all laugh about it behind Howard's back.
Are you implying, very subtly, that Howard wears a wig???
On top of the evidence from Good Morning NY (last episode before Regis took over, at 7:08) and the Channel 9 show (episode 4, part 5, at around the 5:40 mark), you can tell his hair suddenly changed about 8 or 9 years ago. Actually it changed several times - at NBC he had brown hair that was slightly curly, then it went to dark brown and a little more curly during the Dee Snider wig days and beyond, and then sometime in the last decade it went completely jet black, extremely wirey and over-permed.
My personal theory is that he had wigs for years and was always uncomfortable with it (he always talked about wanting to go on tv or in a movie role with a "shaved head") and he finally got some sort of expensive weave/plug combo in the last 10 years or so. Since he was totally bald he needed his whole head done which would look unnatural at the roots, so he goes for an extreme perm in order to hide the roots and make the most of the hair that he had glued on. He might have to oil it down a lot too in order to keep it from drying out, since it's not his own hair - which would explain the whole dipped in crisco "soul-glo" appearance. It would really be fascinating to get some behind the scenes info on what the story is.
HowardStork, is that your work in your avatar and signature? I saved the AGT one the first time I saw it just because I thought it was funny. Then, when someone posted a cleaned up and shortened version of my "10 Steps to a Horrible Premature Retirement" post on some NBC/AGT site, I registered there just to post a link back here to the original thread and I used that stork AGT pic as my avatar. Had no idea whose it was by then to ask if that was OK. That OK? While I'm at it, same question to the creator of the swan body w/pelican beak & HS wig...made that my avatar on SFN when I moved my old one here to the real "sfn."
Somewhere out there is a woman who thought her hair was going to chemo patients after she cut it all off.
As real as Beths tits.