Haircuts in t-shirts
This article is from 2011.
aka The Russell Howard Effect
Maybe it's a sign of getting older but aren't the comedians looking young this year? We're not the only ones to notice the phenomena. Every second Fringe poster seems to be a picture of a 20-something in skinny jeans, t-shirt and a BBC Three haircut.
If you spot any more let us know @thelistmagazine #HaircutsInTshirts.
Clockwise from top-left:
Chris Martin Chris Mayo, John Robins, Jack Whitehall, Russell Kane.
Clockwise from top-left: Chris Ramsey, Tom Rosenthal, Daniel Sloss,
Chris Mayo Chris Martin.
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