Jennifer Aniston has long had the most influential hair in showbiz but Anne Hathaway's shock pixie crop has officially knocked her off the top spot. Bet she's pretty hacked off...
Jennifer Aniston's hair has inspired countless copycats across the world, from the iconic 'Rachel' cut during her time on smash hit sitcom Friends, to those loose off duty styles we love.
Fans across the world have voted Jen's hair the most influential in La La land for years on end but Anne Hathaway's elfin crop has finally changed opinion.
Anne Hathaway's crop beat Jennifer Aniston's longer locks to become the most influential hair in film (WENN 170413)
A poll of 1,000 people by the Hairdressing Council of Great Britain and Universal Studios placed Jen’s long curly style in Along Came Polly in second place behind Anne's brave crop in Les Miserables, which she famously had cut with the cameras rolling.
Voters chose Anne's look as the most influential, which she first sported in the 2011 adaptation of David Nicholls’s hit novel One Day.
Audrey Hepburn’s ‘up do’ in 1963 film Charade finished third in the poll, while Veronica Lake’s long, wavy style in The Blue Dahlia was fourth. Molly Ringwald’s red-headed bob in John Hughes’s classic comedy The Breakfast Club came in at fifth place.
The poll also uncovered that one in ten women had changed their hairstyle after being inspired by a film character. Celebrity hairdresser Charles Worthington said: "Film can inspire people to do many things and in particular change the way they look.
‘The versatility of Jennifer Aniston’s cut ensures it appeals to so many people while there really is nothing like an up do for that Hollywood glamour as sported by Hepburn."
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Jen's not having a good week... she showed off glaring red cupping marks all over her back at the premiere of her new movie Call Me Crazy: