Justin Bieber and actress Emma Watson is a young star who is known as radiant today. Not only talented in his field, both artists are respectively 17 and 21 years old, it is also very influential, including the matter of hair.
As reported by E! Online, the two artists was established as the most searched artist on Google in terms of the reference model’s hair. Apparently not only their faces and talent are attracted ask fans. Problem hair, they also rated as highly qualified trendsetter.
Justin Bieber and Emma Watson were called out by the Wall Street Journal as having the most influential haircuts of 2011. This makes sense considering they were the top two most Googled hairstyles as of September. Justin Bieber took first place with Emma Watson trailing just behind in second.
In a HollywoodLife.com poll, almost 50% of readers voted that Justin had their favorite hairstyle. Though Justin has tried a few styles ways to style his â€˜do, the cut has stayed relatively short all year long.
Since its popularity rose, Justin Bieber hair is considered inspired, or at least can be equated with the haircut Tom Brady and Ben Afflect. While Emma Watson is suddenly cut short his hair after the last Harry Potter sequel after it was also deemed to have its own feel about hair styles.
Another case, which tend to adopt the style of Justin shaggy manes to hair, she seemed to want to release the load with pixie hair style, since the middle of last year. Previously, he kept faithful with long hair, which is becoming a demand for a role as Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter sequel.
After turning out one of last seasonâ€™s best installments of Saturday Night Live, Emma Stone is back to continue her reign as the wizard of awesome. From the looks of this SNL promo for this weekendâ€™s episode, the actress is willing to commit to every bit, showing off her range from comic gem (â€œIâ€™m hosting Emma Stone this week, with musical guest Coldplayâ€) to flat-out adorable leading lady. (Check out her hilarious meet-cute with Fred Armisen.)
Emma Stone hopped on the Saturday Night Live stage last night to kick off the show, hosting the late night laugher for the second time in an episode that included a couple of raunchy sketches.
But her rather tame opening monologue with a Spiderman-costumed Andy Samberg (and her real Amazing Spider-Man co-star Andrew Garfield) was not the least bit indicative of what was to come.
Emma Stone also played a contestant on the “Secret Word” game show in which she faced off against Wiig’s overdramatic Mindy Elise Grayson character, as a Miss America winner who makes out with her own ventriloquist dummy during the game.
Emma Stone made made her second appearance as “Saturday Night Live” guest host this weekend (Nov. 12) and we’re really glad Stone, who knows a thing or two about comic timing, came back.
Emma Stone opening monologue she’s visited by not just one, but two Spider Men: Andrew Garfield and Andy Samberg. Guess which one delivers the line: “Sorry Gwen, I don’t have time to bone. I have to fight Green Goblin. Oh wait, Green Goblin just canceled, we can bone now.”