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You’re dead to me: Famous screw ups May 31, 2008

Posted by ashiah in In the news.
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Earlier this week, The Smoking Gun broke the news about some negative allegations made by Bill Murray’s wife in their divorce battle. Allegations of physical abuse, abandonment, and alcoholism made the whole world collectively cover their ears and loudly say, “LA LA LA LA!” No one wants to hear unfavorable things about their beloved celebrities; it makes them…human, and we don’t like that. After all, real people are weird and obnoxious and not constantly charming and 100 percent camera ready all the time. Perish the thought. Below are a few celebrities whose true colors tarnished their glowing reputation.

Tom Cruise
This actor has gone through several public phases. From ’80s hunk star, to ’90s bankable actor, he surprised more than a few when he started the early ’00s with a healthy dose of pure crazy. From shameless Scientology pandering, to creepy declarations of love to Katie Holmes, Cruise’s public image has changed dramatically for the worse.

Evan Rachel Wood
This critically praised actress mostly known for Thirteen and other indie gems went off the deep end when she started a relationship with irrelevant shock rocker Marilyn Manson. From starring in the stomach turning music video for Manson’s “Heart Shaped Glasses” video, to showing up to premieres looking like a girl version of Manson, Wood quickly evolved from being one of the few smart young actresses to yet another naive 20-something. Hopefully it’s just a “stage.”

Jude Law
Jude Law was the perfect quintessential hot guy, starring in movies like Alfie and dating actresses like Sienna Miller. Unfortunately, somewhere along the road he morphed into a smarmy nanny-screwer with unflattering penis pics floating across the web. He’s also balding. OK, so I’m aiming low.

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