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Schock GQ suggested a future as a hair model because whether he was surfing or conquering glaciers, his mane stayed perfectly coifed. Men’s Health dubbed him the “Ripped Representative” for his bodacious six-pack. At the state fair’s Republican Day last August, he showed up in a Rauner T-shirt, jeans . . . and Prada sneakers.
Blago So conceited about his dyed choirboy cut, he kept a hairbrush always within reach. Reporters often found him breathless from lifting weights in his home gym. At his corruption trial, maxed-out credit card bills showed hundreds of thousands spent on clothes, including Oxxford suits for $5,000 a pop.