Photos of Rogier Smit without a wig are circulating. A stir about this is the last thing the reality star can use now that he is in the news almost every day because of a painful fight with his other half Frank Janssen.
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Rogier’s lush head of hair with which he can be seen on television is not entirely pure nature, but it has now become part of the carefully built image with the TV series Paleis voor een Prikkie and its successor on RTL.
Weekblad Privé publishes a surfaced photo of Rogier without a wig this week. There are probably more photos of Rogier with rather short hair circulating. According to Privé, it is not known who took and provided the photo.
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DenD reported on the autoimmune disease last year, alopecia areata, where Rogier is suffering from. More than ten years ago, bald spots appeared on Rogier’s head. After investigation it turned out that the hair root follicles became inflamed due to the condition. As a result, hair growth partially stopped.
Rogier turned out to have a solution and it immediately became his trademark: “Shortly after I was told what was wrong with my scalp hair, I took hair extensions with which I camouflaged the bald spots,” he said. a few years ago.
The soap between the 74-year-old Frank and Rogier (46) is quite busy, with mud being thrown back and forth. Although there is indeed a private mess between the two, the duo still has a TV contract with RTL. In fact, they are said to be catching $ 400,000 a year. They have every interest in burying the hatchet (at least for the outside world) for a short while.
Wide choice of wigs
This is what Rogier looked like when he was 24 years old
Earlier at DenD about the soap between Rogier and Frank:
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