Voting is about to end in the USA Mullet Championships Business in the front, party in the back is one way to describe the mullet — a hairdo popular in the 80s. Who is the next champion? That's up to you. Voting at mulletchamp.com ends Friday.

Voting is about to end in the USA Mullet Championships

Voting is about to end in the USA Mullet Championships

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Business in the front, party in the back is one way to describe the mullet — a hairdo popular in the 80s. Who is the next champion? That's up to you. Voting at mulletchamp.com ends Friday.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. Business in the front, party in the back - which is one way to describe the mullet, a hairdo popular in the '80s. It fell out of favor among some people but not among participants in the U.S.A. Mullet Championships. What started as a local competition in Michigan, Mullet Central, spread to New York, other states and everywhere online. So who's the next mullet champion? That's up to you. Voting at mulletchamp.com today. It's MULLET EDITION.

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