Hundreds of ruggedly handsome people gathered in downtown St. Louis on Friday for the American Mustache Institute
's third-annual 'Stache Bash and the crowning of the 2009 Robert Goulet Memorial
"Mustached American of the Year."
Headlining this year's event was the inimitable John Oates of the incredibly famous pop duo Hall & Oates. After living the past two decades sans lip hair, Oates regrew a thin -- but admirable -- handlebar mustache
for his performance.
Yet as rockin' as Oates' was on stage (concert review here
), what really made the party were the people. Check 'em out below.
|John Oates: The look of a man asking himself: "What the f--- am I doing here?"|
|Finalists for the Robert Goulet Mustache American of the Year included: Arizona Diamondback pitcher Clay Zavada, professor Dr. John Yuetter, and CBS News reporter Bill Geist|
|and the winner...Clay Zavada|
|Chicago-based "Flavor Savors" got the party going with mustache-themed power ballads, synchronized dance moves and gratuitous groping.|