All we know is, we can’t get ENOUGH information about the latest techniques in men’s hair replacement. It’s WAY more interesting than the unending obsession most gossip rags have with “baby bumps.” Anyway, there’s a new product out there that even WE never heard of. It’s a beauty secret that’s been kept under wraps by Hollywood studio stylists and has yet to appear on the shopping Channel. An old buddy of Entourage’s Jeremy Piven ran into him not long ago and remarked how great the actor’s hair looks. Piven confided that he has a new trick – he supplements his do with “hair in a can.” It’s chopped up little pieces of hair that is sprayed on to fill in thin spots on the head. “It’s just for photos or special occasions.” the Entourage agent added.


Posted by Janet on June 9, 2006

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  1. By SailorAlphaCentauri
    On June 22, 2006 at

    Wasn’t “Hair in a can” a Ronco product that was out in the ’90s, and only seemed to work for Ron Popeil? Well, if it works for Piven than it works for him 😛

  2. By Charlotte
    On June 23, 2006 at

    Ugh-he’s as obnoxious as his cable TV character. I wonder what his “Q” rating is?

  3. By Anonymous
    On June 23, 2006 at

    Balding men — what a joke, esp. someone like the o so vain, Piven. Think deep yoga thoughts, Jeremy.

  4. By Anonymous
    On June 24, 2006 at

    Oh, come on. It’s so much fun to read about the antics of a perfectly ordinary narcissist on the prowl in H’wood. What would we ever do without idiots like Jeremy?

  5. By Philip.
    On June 28, 2006 at


  6. By Anonymous
    On July 4, 2006 at

    Eh, I dunno. I think as a culture, we are as hard on men about hair as we are on women about breasts.

    On July 7, 2006 at

    When he was shooting the short-lived ABC series, “Cupid” in Chicago, he had cases of the stuff in his trailer! He certainly seems to have a lot more hair on his head than he did back then (1998).

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