Celebrities who made it exceptionally clear they think they're better than everyone else
The Kardashtrash. All of them but Bruce.
Almost anyone working in the fashion industry, but very pointedly, Anna Wintour, Karl Lagerfeld, and the most arrogant man in fashion today, Tom Ford.
Anderson Cooper, really?
He gets his daily meals from Boston Market, everyday.
I would like to swap out his name and add Taylor Swift and Anne Hathaway.
Trick question. Some of them try to make it *verbally* clear that they're "not better than anyone else" when only morons would buy that claim.
Donald Trump owns this thread.
Martha Stewart, BIG TIME! I know she differently believe she is because I have met some people who have worked with her.
Natalie Portman. Totally full of herself, right down to being convinced it's wise to show that big ass she's developed in movies. (Closer had her parading it all around while trying to give a serious performance)
I would think that all celebs think they are better and far above evrybody else.
The amount of fame and money they possess plus all we the public put them on such pedestals watching every move they make and reacting to every word they say.
And his is exactly why I don't pay for movies or music. I do not buy magazines and support this rubbish.
Oprah AND Gayle, by association.
Barbara Walters, even though her Father was a failed saloon owner.
Agree about Martha, from that sophisticated town of Nutley, New Jersey.
Say what you will about Martha, she really knows how to manage gardeners.
AKA name any celebrity you irrationally hate.
Not quite, R16. Okay, well maybe that's the first instinct reply of many on DL. But celebrities are the most visible examples of predictably extreme narcissism...even the ones that seem nice.
Barbra Streisand owns this thread.
Martha can put a smart-mouthed housekeeper in her place faster than you can say, "I.C.E."
[quote]Barbra Streisand owns this thread.
Wrong. You might get that impression because of her legend. But she's actually sweet and down to earth.
I'll guess your joking, r20. Or you're charlie.
All of those celebrity's who think there better than all of us, who think they have such a hard life making millions of dollors a day having people watching you're every move. Yeah paparazzi can be a little annoying at times but its nothing to complian about. I have been a New York City firefighter for about 15 years now and I'm dealing with fire, hazardous materials spills, natural disasters. And I'm not complaining how hard it is to work as a firefighter. No I just suck it up and go on with my day because that's what I love I, I love seeing the people's faces when we roll up on the seen., I love how a mother of a child I saved from a burning building runs up to me and gives me a hug. That's what I live for. And my message to all of those celebrity who think there superior than us regular citizens. Your not doing anything productive your just entertaining us your just making a big fool of yourself on live tv.
Whoriah Carey. Can't stand her. She thinks she is SO above everyone else.
All of those celebrity's who think there better than all of us......
Justin Bieber. Angelina Jolie. Sean Penn. Charlie Sheen.
Is Angelina Jolie jolly?
Angelina Jolie and her dumb finance
Beyonce and her overrated ugly husband
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt. Yes, I know they are earthy. They want to re-engineer it. The vines have tender grapes...
The worst kind of dilettantes.
You mean they're not??????
Bill Cosby. Sure, he paid child support for his bastard daughter, but let's not forget the fact he made her and then puts down other black men for acting in similar ways.
Why does the ignorant, waspy snot @ R14 think no one can rise above humble origins to achieve greatness?
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