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'Mullet Boy' is all party and business at the 2022 USA Mullet Championship

Few sports are more fun and terribly less fashionable than pitting children's mullet against each other.

Traditionally, hairstyles have been described as "business in the front, party in the back", but in 2022 he will be the finalist of the USA Mullet Championship. Obviously everything is a "party". The winner will be determined by this week's voters.

Voting to select only 1 of 25 stunning mullet ends Friday.

Emmitt Bailey, also known as 'Mullet Boy' was thrilled to be in the top 25 after missing the deadline last year.
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Laissez-Faire } These young male rock rocked the mullet in the 80s.

Emmitt Bailey, nicknamed "Mullet Boy," lives in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. She told NBC affiliate WEAU that she spent the past year perfecting her look after missing the contest deadline last year.

"It's so much fun to watch the votes," said Eric, Emmitt's father. Emmitt told his WEAU that about 600 kids from all over the country participated in the initial call for entries on Facebook. "Then they got to 100 and all of a sudden they were watching the votes and he kept climbing and climbing and climbing and then he got to 25.

So said the proud daddy happily. Watch Emmit do the cut, especially in support of a good cause: The $10 fee for entering the contest will be used to support the Michigan Wigs Foundation for Children.

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Voting is open until Friday for the best kid's mullet in America.
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Badger State now hasIt boasts four strong contenders in the national competition.

But if a man called Mallet Boy takes home $2,500, he declares he's going to "buy a go-kart." did.

25 of America's finest mullets are being judged this week, with the winner walking away with $2,500.
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Emmitt and Eric also bravely join the brave provided advice on how to Mullet-headed legions. "It takes two years to get this one, so it's going to take a little while to grow, but enjoy it," said the dad. It started in 2007 at a local adult competition in Michigan.

Now a national competition, the scope has been expanded to include separate categories for children and teens, and an "open section" for men and women aged 19 and over. became.