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The 20th Annual Crown Awards
Super-Hair's biggest event of the year gets you involved - nominating candidates for the best hairstyles of 2019, then voting for the winners. Thanks to you, we announced winners in a record 21 categories during a live chat 15 March 2020. Congratulations to all our winners!
BEST SHORT HAIR: SAM BOIK.
Some Denver TV viewers call her "Traffic Jam Sam" - but this news reporter and host of Outlaws lacrosse telecasts had no logjams on the way to victory.
Boik 44 percent, Logan Browning 29%, Zoey Deutch 10%, Morgan Brennan 8%, Naomi Scott 8%.
BEST LONG HAIR: PAMELLA AZEREDO.
An Instagram model in Rio de Janeiro is a "dream girl" to one voter. Her extra-long locks had a huge second week of voting to take the Crown.
Azeredo 47 percent, Carmela Zumbado 22%, Gohar Shahnazaryan 17%, Lily Collins 12%, Clare McConnell 2%.
BEST CURLS: DASHIK GUBANOVA.
Another win for Instagram, and for extrene length that a voter wrote can "go forever like a waterfall." The Russian model becomes the first three-in-a-row winner of our "curl clash" since Debra Messing in 2002-04.
Gubanova 33 percent, Nathalie Emmanuel 22%, Clare McConnell 19%, Rachelle Lefevre 14%, Logan Browning 11%.
BEST BANGS: CHLOE HURST.
The Disney Channel's Andi Mack offers a woman whose bold fringe seems very hard to muss. She overwhelmed some big-name contenders.
Hurst 35 percent, Hannah Simone 20%, Jameela Jamil 13%, Sally Ann Matthews 12%, Imogen Poots 12%.
BEST HAIRSTYLE ON TELEVISION: CARMELA ZUMBADO.
It was all about You for Hair Fans, as an actress in that Netflix series shoved last year's winner in this category down to fifth place.
Zumbado 33 percent, Nathalie Emmanuel 25%, Rachelle Lefevre 22%, Joanna Gaines 13%, D'Arcy Carden 7%.
BEST HAIRSTYLE IN A MOVIE: KAREN GILLAN.
For the second year in a row, this was the tightest vote. A star of Jumanji: The Next Level edged a Hair Fan's Hall of Fame member at the wire.
Gillan 33 percent, Demi Moore 32%, Priyanka Chopra Jonas 22%, Elaiza Ikeda 9%, Tika Sumpter 4%.
BEST HAIRSTYLE IN MUSIC: BIANCA MARQUES.
A second Crown for Brazil, and the second in three years for this singer that one supporter called a "doll."
Marques 35 percent, Amalie Skriver 26%, Rachael Price 25%, Francesca Hayward 8%, Nicola Roberts 6%.
BEST HAIRSTYLE IN ATHLETICS: SARAH BACKMAN ROTUNDA.
A champion arm wrestler has come out of retirement - and even though her hair is shorter, she still pins down her first Crown since 2014.
Backman Rotunda 30 percent, Danielle van de Donk 24%, Casey Short 22%, Victoria Azarenka 17%, Tessa Blanchard 7%.
NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR: DISHA PATANI.
An actress from India with a song called Do You Love Me? found Hair Fans really do. She's the first Bollywood star to win this award since Priyanka Chopra.
Patani 38 percent, Carmela Zumbado 23%, Lilly Singh 22%, Giorgia Whigham 12%, Allysin Kay 5%.
BEST BLONDE: VICTORIA AZARENKA.
She may not be winning tennis tournaments anymore, but the champion from Belarus wins her first prize here since 2014. She becomes only the second woman to win 10 Crowns.
Azarenka 37%, Elena Bashkina 31%, Samantha Ponder 21%, Becky Quick 9%, Kendy Kloepfer 1%.
BEST BRUNETTE: MINA KIMES.
ESPN's newest hair star is a senior writer and podcast host. "Her hair is beautiful!" said one voter as she crushed the competition.
Kimes 47 percent, Joyce Giraud 21%, D'Arcy Carden 11%, Kelly Evans 10%, Gohar Shahnazaryan 10%.
BEST REDHEAD: KAREN GILLAN.
The self-declared Scottish "ginger" is the only double-Crown winner of the year, and now has five lifetime awards. She took what one voter called "maybe the toughest category."
Gillan 31 percent, Bekka Prewitt 25%, Sarah Rafferty 22%, Nicola Roberts 16%, Rachelle Lefevre 6%.
BEST SILVER HAIR: "HILLARY B."
A Miami model also known as "Silverstorm" moved from second place last year to a Crown this year. But one voter declared here, "there are no losers."
Hillary B. 47 percent, Annika Von Holdt 27%, Kathy Mattea 10%, Kamille Brickhouse 8%, Katherine Clark 8%.
BEST HAIRSTYLE IN JOURNALISM: LUANA MUNOZ.
Shreveport, Louisiana takes this Crown for a second time, as a morning TV anchor did better than some network correspondents.
Munoz 38 percent, Bianca Nobilo 25%, Andrea Flores 15%, Kate Garraway 15%, Rebecca Jarvis 7%.
MAKEOVER OF THE YEAR: SAMANTHA PONDER.
The ESPN host actually made two cuts, with the second turning her long blonde hair into a bob. She's now won a Crown in five of the last six years.
Ponder 38 percent, Angelinka Balerinka 32%, Logan Browning 16%, Dana Perino 13%, Contessa Brewer 1%.
BEST HAIRSTYLE IN WEATHER/SCIENCE: DR. SHINI SOMARA.
A victory for STEM women. A mechanical engineer with "shine" in her long hair prevails in a year noteworthy for absolutely no nominees from the Weather Channel.
Somara 35 percent, Kyla Grogan 27%, Dylan Dreyer 19%, Kirsty McCabe 9%, April Moss 9%.
BEST HAIRSTYLE IN GOVERNMENT/POLITICS: ZUZANA CAPUTOVA.
The President of the Slovak Republic conquered four U.S. opponents, including a Presidential candidate. Europe wins this Crown for the first time since 2013.
Caputova 31 percent, Jocelyn Benson 21%, Gretchen Whitmer 20%, Katie Hill 16%, Kamala Harris 11%.
BEST HAIRSTYLE IN SPORTS REPORTING: CASSIDY HUBBARTH.
After a weak showing last year, the ESPN reporter brought a big group of supporters this time. She makes three winners from "The Worldwide Leader."
Hubbarth 43 percent, Samantha Ponder 18%, Jori Parys 15%, Erin Andrews 14%, Katie Nolan 10%.
BEST PONYTAIL: CHRISTEN PRESS.
Hair Fans became im-Pressed with this U.S. soccer player's hair during the Women's World Cup, and the Utah Royal rode that momemtum to the goal.
Press 31 percent, Joanna Gaines 22%, Viktorija Jukonyte 21%, Kate Beckinsale 18%, Maria Sakkari 8%.
BEST HAIR IN FINANCIAL REPORTING: KELLY EVANS.
This new category was dominiated by entries from CNBC. A co-host of Power Lunch defeated a former Crown winner and a former Top Ten Tresses member.
Evans 39 percent, Julia Boorstin 29%, Nicole Petallides 21%, Becky Quick 6%, Melissa Lee 5%.
BEST HAIR IN A SOAP OPERA/TELENOVELA: LAURA WRIGHT.
After years of suggestions, we opened a "soap" category - and an actress on General Hospital had no drama winning her first Crown since 2010. She has the highest percentage of any winner!
Wright 56 percent, Camila Banus 22%, Samia Longchambon 18%, Melody Thomas Scott 3%, Finola Hughes 2%.
SUPER-HAIR WARS CHAMPION HAIRSTYLE OF THE YEAR: MADELAINE PETSCH.
A Riverdale star won six matches in a row during 2019, including a defeat of 2018 Crown winner Gretchen Whitmer in the quarterfinals.
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