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Photos: Best Hair male Denver TV personalities -- the 2013 top ten

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Last week, we shared our list of 2012 Best Hair on male Denver TV personalities (as well as the 2012 Best Hair on female Denver TV stars) in the build-up to Best of Denver 2013.

Now, this year's issue is out -- but while the winner's been announced, we've kept the runners-up quiet, until now.

Look below to see the dudes who made our top ten, and keep counting down until you reach the 2013 champion.

Number 10: Justin Joseph, Fox31/CW2 Number 9: Will Ripley, 9News Continue counting down the Best Hair male Denver TV personalities for 2013. Number 8: Matt Makens, 7News Number 7: Dominic Garcia, CBS4 Continue counting down the Best Hair male Denver TV personalities for 2013. Number 6: Nick Griffith, Fox31/CW2 Number 5: Mike Nelson, 7News Continue counting down the Best Hair male Denver TV personalities for 2013. Number 4: Alan Gionet, CBS4 Number 3: Nick McGurk, 9News Continue counting down the Best Hair male Denver TV personalities for 2013. Number 2: Nick Emmons, Fox31/CW2 Number 1: Don Champion, 7News Far too many TV types style their hair with a studied blandness in mind, not realizing that a clichéd coiffure makes them seem considerably cheesier than if they'd allow a little individuality to take root. No such danger with Don Champion: Rather than tame his hair into the usual undifferentiated follicle helmet, he lets his strands reach for the sky, figuratively speaking. The look is cool, bold and definitely not boring.

More from our Best of Denver archive: "Photos: Best Hair female Denver TV personalities -- the 2013 top ten."

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