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42 Celebrity Men Who Are Less Bald Than They Used To Be

Luck, hair transplants, hair pieces, or are we seeing things? YOU decide.

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3. James Nesbitt, 2005 vs. 2013.

This one's less of a mystery — Nesbitt has openly admitted having surgery since going bald: "I have had two hair transplants, and I am very pleased with the results. In fact, I’d go as far as to say they’ve changed my life."

6. Jon Cryer, July 2013 vs. August 2013.

Thankfully Jon has solved this mystery for us, admitting his hair is actually fake. He told Conan O'Brien: "This is the work of several talented professionals making the most of, like, four hairs. It's amazing, actually, what they can do. I'm not wearing a piece or anything like that, but it's a long, involved process that starts with stuff like shoe polish."

8. Wayne Rooney, 2011 vs. 2014.

The footballer has openly admitted having a hair transplant, clearing up rumours on Twitter by writing: "I was going bald at 25, why not? I'm delighted with the result."

11. A. J. McLean. Early 2013 vs. 2014.

This one's cleared up! The Backstreet Boys star admitted having hair transplant surgery and shared the results on Instagram. "Some girls get there boobs done some guys get abb implants all to make them happy! This was the one thing I did and I couldn’t be happier."

28. Louis Walsh, 2010 vs. 2013.

The X Factor judge succumbed to having a hair transplant thanks to taunts from Simon Cowell: "He came up to me and said, 'You know, you're starting to lose your hair, dear'."

37. John Cleese, 2008 vs. 2013.

Cleese announced on TV that he had undergone a hair transplant, stating his reasons for it: "Because I have got a very strange shaped skull, very pointy... and I don't like wearing wigs!"