Super-Hair Wars



It's not a good time to be a pro sports fan in Phoenix. The baseball, football, basketball and hockey teams all finished their most recent seasons with losing records. So maybe it's time to think outside the competitive box. The big stadium in Phoenix is hosting the men's college basketball "Final Four." And a traffic reporter/meteorologist on Phoenix TV has clinched in our version of a "Big Dance." Krystle Henderson is the first Super-Hair Wars undefeated champion of 2017!

First Henderson beat the best hairstyle at the Grammy Awards. Now she's topped the top cut of Oscar night - saying aloha to Moana actress Auli'i Cravalho by an 80-percent margin. Cravalho's ship was sinking even before we removed her from the Top Ten Tresses list late in the round, but it certainly didn't help her make a comeback.

OUR NEXT MATCHUP brings an actress in TV comedies against a morning TV host, who recently won a Crown Award. You say you have a better matchup than this? We want to know; email Super Hair @

Mikaela Hoover v. Amy Robach

Based on our Super-Hair definition, if these two women met in a showdown, which style would win?

Voting filter is OFF in Round 6.

ROUND 6 DEADLINE: Friday evening, 7 April (U.S. EDT). The winner fights on against a new challenger!

Debate and discuss your choices on our message board, Let Your Hair Down.

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