Yesterday, we shared our list of the top ten Best Hair on female Denver TV personalities countdown, featuring the 2014 Best of Denver champ and the nine other local on-screen talents who missed the big prize by just a hair or two.
Now, it's the guys' turn.
Look below to see the dudes who made our top ten, and keep counting down until you reach the 2014 champion.
Number 10: Chris Parente, Fox31/CW 2 Number 9: Mike Landess, 7News Continue counting down the Best Hair male Denver TV personalities for 2014. Number 8: Nick McGurk, 9News Number 7: Alan Gionet, CBS4 Continue counting down the Best Hair male Denver TV personalities for 2014. Number 6: Russell Haythorn, 7News Number 5: Brandon Rittiman, 9News Continue counting down the Best Hair male Denver TV personalities for 2014. Number 4: Mark Taylor, CBS4 Number 3: Chris Jose, Fox31/CW 2 Continue counting down the Best Hair male Denver TV personalities for 2014. Number 2: Kyle Clark, 9News Number 1: Justin Joseph, Fox31/CW 2
Best of Denver 2014 award: "One of the busiest reporters on the local scene, Justin Joseph keeps most of his hair close-cropped -- so it doesn't start going wild when he's doing a live shot in gale-force winds, for instance. But lest you think he's too square, he rocks a cheeky peak up top to let you know he's hip, he's happening, and he isn't afraid to have a little fun when the subject strays from death and destruction. Fox31 has long been Denver's leader when it comes to TV dudes' coiffures (here's looking at you, Phil Keating!), which makes Joseph the station's hair apparent."
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More from our Best of Denver archive circa April 2013: "Photos: Best Hair male Denver TV personalities -- the 2013 top ten."
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