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Posted at 10:26 AM ET, 11/25/2012

Woodhouse and Spicer, party spokesmen, get heads shaved on ABC’s ‘This Week’


Sean Spicer, left, and Brad Woodhouse, right, with ABC's Jonathan Karl, after shaving their heads. (Courtesy of Sean Spicer)
As promised, the spokesmen of the Republican and Democratic parties got their heads shaved on TV to settle an election bet — and raise money for charity.


Woodhouse and Spicer with their usual hair last year. (Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post)
In an episode of “This Week with George Stephanopoulous” that aired Sunday morning, Sean Spicer of the RNC and Brad Woodhouse of the DNC submitted to shears wielded by ABC reporter Jonathan Karl. Spicer and Woodhouse — professional antagonists who are pals in real life — had both bet their hair in Election Day challenges. Though Spicer lost, Woodhouse agreed to go bald as well, as a joint fundraiser for St. Baldrick’s, a children’s cancer charity – and both promptly got to hitting up friends and strangers via Twitter. As of Sunday morning, they had raised just over $11,000.

Earlier: Party spokesmen Sean Spicer, Brad Woodhouse settle election bet by going bald for charity, 11/19/12



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