Top Ten Reasons Why Paris Hilton Topped List of Headache-Inducing Celebs
Saturday, May 01 2010
Paris Hilton has topped a list of headaches inducing celebrities. The poll, conducted by Nurofen, claimed that the hotel heiress annoyed people the most because of her lack of talen.”
*The pop tart is too talentless, indeed her only talent is the ability to induce headaches.
*The pop diva is too skinny. If out of desperation I slept with her, I would forgo foreplay and instead feed her a good meal.
*The clueless celeb is too skanky. Her lovers would be well-advised to suit up like a hazmat emergency worker.
*The hokey heiress is too lame, she speaks in sound bites like “That’s Hot” and “I’ll tap dat a**.”
*The reality show star is too ubiquitous, it’s impossible to open a tabloid or watch an entertainment news program without hearing about her latest shenanigans.
*The homemade sex tape star is too racist, more than once she has been captured on tape uttering the N-word.
Reality star Katie Price, followed by singer Amy Winehouse shared the other top spots.
Also, love-rat husband/soccer star Ashley Cole caused headaches in 41 percent people, while golfer Tiger Woods exasperated 36 percent of the voters.
Despite annoying a third of people, ex-England captain John Terry was saved from being listed on the top ten, reports the Mirror.
*The funky fashionista is too “yesterday.” A new generation of reality TV stars like the Kardashians and Snooki will soon eclipse her.
*The anorexic model is too cruel to her pets, she treats them like fashion accessories.
*The insipid entertainer is too finicky, she discards her BFF’s like it’s going out of style.
*The gauche gazillionaire is just too wealthy, who wants to buy her products and make her even more filthy rich?
By Robert Paul Reyes
Robert Paul Reyes is a NewsBlaze writer on Politics, Pop Culture and Pointless Pontificating. Contact him by writing to NewsBlaze.
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