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Pamela Anderson, Jeff Holm & More Celebs Who Wear 'There's Something About Mary Hair' (Photos)

Pamela Anderson just brought back the big quiff Cameron Diaz made famous in There’s Something About Mary.  From David Beckham to Kim Kardashian, check out more stars with the look.

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Pamela Anderson just brought back the big quiff Cameron Diaz made famous in There’s Something About Mary.  From David Beckham to Kim Kardashian, check out more stars with the look.

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Pamela Anderson

Known for her big chest and big lips, former Baywatch babe Pamela Anderson donned some big hair, too, at a recent Television Critics Association party.

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Jef Holm

Feeling the love—and surely the gel—the winner of the latest The Bachelorette posed with his new fiancée, Emily Maynard, before appearing on a talk show.

Kim Kardashian

The glamazon is no stranger to having fun with her hair. And this style was nothing short of crazy. Kardashian posted this photo on her blog, saying her stylist “was setting my bangs before he slicked them back!” Adding, “The transition was hysterical! This was my There’s Something About Mary look LOL.”

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David Beckham

Midway through a game against the Houston Dynamo, the Los Angeles Galaxy soccer stud sported a quiff not even the strongest of winds could damage.

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Definitely not the first time this pop singer has sported a quiff! Rihanna paired her wacky hairdo with bright red lips and a neck full of pearls to complete the look.

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La Roux

What’s more wild, the electro pop singer’s hair or jacket? In this case—it’s a tie. Oh, and her hair is red! Brownie points for you, La Roux.

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Bruno Mars

On stage at the 2012 Grammy Awards, the singer sported quite the quiff. He’s been rocking this look consistently for the past two years.

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Cyndi Lauper

The “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” singer added a little spice, or shall we say eight super-curly long strands of hair, from the edges of her platinum blond quiff. Not surprising at all.

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Gwen Stefani (and Kingston Rossdale)

Can we hear it for the winners? This double dose of quiffs from the mother-and-son duo may just take the cake in this collection of hairdos. Stefani and Rossdale hung out backstage at the L.A.M.B. fashion presentation and managed to pull off these looks pretty stylishly. 

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Tilda Swinton

Posing at the 2012 Golden Globe Awards, the Oscar-winning Scottish actress, who prefers androgynous looks, sported a tousled pompadour on top and super-choppy hair on the sides, making for an interesting haircut.

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Elvis Presley

The King may have been one of the firsts, along with James Dean and Little Richard, to rock a quiff. His hair has gone down in history, why thank you, thank you very much.

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Agyness Deyn

The English fashion model, for the most part, has always sported a short ’do while she’s been in the spotlight. This spiky look is just one version of it.

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The Adventures of Tintin, a classic comic book series created by Belgian artist Georges Remi, who wrote under the pen name Hergé, dates back to the 1930s. But last year, when the comic series was turned into a 3-D movie, Tintin—and his quiff—came to life on the big screen.

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Janelle Monae

This soul musician pretty much has her look down to a T: a quiff hairdo, a black and white tux, and, if she’s feeling special, a few swipes of fuchsia pink lipstick.

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Zac Efron

This High School Musical heartthrob can do anything with his hair…and he’ll still have throngs of tween admirers. There must have been many ladies who loved this look, indeed.