One Direction heartthrob Harry Styles has beaten Justin Bieber in the battle of the hairstyles.
Harry's hairstyle is now the top most requested style in the UK, says a report.
The Sun on Sunday says that thousands of young lads are queuing up to look like the boyband star and that demand for his hairstyle is up 75 per cent on last year.
Footballer David Beckham took second place in the poll with his 50s inspired quiff and Justin Bieber was relegated to third place.
Stylist Andrea Daley told the newspaper: "Harry's recognised what hair has done for Justin Bieber's career and wants his locks to help him be just as popular."
David Walliams has spoken out to slam rumours that he doesn't like One Direction's Harry Styles.
A report in a tabloid newspaper had claimed that the comedian was "dreading" having the teen heartthrob move into a property near his house in the Primrose Hill area of London.
Source had told the Daily Star that Harry was spotted looking at several properties in the area earlier in the week.
The insider told the paper: "[David] found out Harry was looking in the area, but he doesn't like the idea of hundreds of teenage girls camping out in the neighbourhood.
"He guards his privacy and is focused on a new book he is writing, so he'd prefer not to have any distractions."
However, this was all news to Walliams and the Little Britain star took to twitter to make his views known.
He tweeted: "I had absolutely no idea."
I had absolutely no idea. So I think the Daily Star may be making up stories again. dailystar.co.uk/playlist/view/…— David Walliams (@davidwalliams) July 7, 2012
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