Top Hairstyles of the Year Named by

Voters at Super-Hair.Net have selected the top hairstyles of the year in 18 categories.

Columbus, GA, March 13, 2012 --( Voters Declare "Glee" star, ESPN reporter have the best hair

Agron, Andrews win top Super-Hair Crown Awards, but Boston TV reporter takes two.

An actress on Glee made a big chop from long hair to chin-length layers. ESPN's Erin Andrews kept the thick long locks which helped make her famous. Both were rewarded Sunday night with top-level Crown Awards, selected by visitors voting at Super-Hair.Net.

Dianna Agron was named Best Short Hair of 2011, during a live online chat at the Super-Hair website. Andrews won the Best Long Hair prize for the second year in a row. But while both women are blondes, neither was nominated for Best Blonde; that award went to Beth Behrs of the CBS comedy 2 Broke Girls.

"Dianna made a great adjustment, by developing a breezy-looking and fluffy short sidepart," noted the overseer of Super-Hair.Net. "To us, she's stolen the hair spotlight on Glee from Lea Michele." Yet Agron was not nominated for Makeover of the Year. That very close vote was won by Fox News Channel reporter Julie Banderas, for going longer with her mid-length "anchor hair."

"Andrews won three Crowns a year ago," the Super-Hair.Net overseer added. "But this year the awards were very widely distributed, with only one woman taking two." That woman is Boston TV reporter Victoria Warren, who proved she still has a strong following with "Hair Fans" by being named Best Hairstyle in Journalism and Best Brunette. Warren now has won eight Crowns in her career, second only to Bonnie Bernstein's 24.

Voters proved great hair knows no age limit, as Tennessee Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn was named Best Hair in Government/Politics at a record-high 59. It also knows no ethnic barrier, as Daniela Ganoza of Univision's Primer Impacto won the Crown for Best Curls.

Other Crown Award winners included Australian actress Rose Byrne for her hairstyle in the movie Bridesmaids, World Cup ski champion Lindsey Vonn and Victoria Justice of Nickelodeon's Victorious. The full list of winners with pictures of their styles are being posted in the Crown Awards area of Super-Hair.Net. Visitors also can review winners from 11 prior years.

Super-Hair.Net has honored the top celebrity hairstyles of today and modern times since 2000, with a mix of information and interactive competitions. The site has received about 1.5 million visitors since it began.

Note: A complete list of the Crown Award winners follows. The official web page is being delayed due to web server difficulties, but can be viewed after the announcement at this URL:

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2011 Crown Award Winners

Best Short Hair: Dianna Agron, Glee

Best Long Hair: Erin Andrews, ESPN

Best Curls: Daniela Ganoza, Primer Impacto

Best Bangs: Melissa Rauch, The Big Bang Theory

Best Hairstyle on Television: Rebeka Montoya, General Hospital

Best Hairstyle in a Movie: Rose Byrne, Bridesmaids

Best Hairstyle in Music: Linda Eder

Best Hairstyle in Athletics: Lindsey Vonn, USA skier

Newcomer of the Year: Victoria Justice, Victorious

Best Blonde: Beth Behrs, 2 Broke Girls

Best Brunette: Victoria Warren, WHDH-TV/Boston

Best Redhead: Amanda Righetti, The Mentalist

Best Hairstyle in Journalism: Victoria Warren, WHDH-TV/Boston

Makeover of the Year: Julie Banderas, Fox News Channel

Best Hair in Weather/Science: Maria LaRosa, The Weather Channel

Best Hair in Government/Politics: Rep. Marsha Blackburn, Tennessee

Best Hair in Sports Reporting: Leeann Tweeden, Fox Sports West/Poker After Dark

Super-Hair Wars 2011 Champion Hairstyle of the Year: Jenny Anchondo, WXIN-TV/Indianapolis
Rick Laurence