James Franco, French Montana and More Make Our List of Over-Hyped Celebs of 2014

So the year is coming to an end and we have been privy to the good, the bad and the over-hyped.

As always we were subjected to that batch of celebs that for whatever reason have the ability to dominate the social landscape without showing any signs of retirement.

Here is our list of over-rated celebs that may posses the fame and fortune but lack the validity required for their over-hyped status:


Taylor Swift – She is adorable that is true and her music serves a cute portion of the population but from where we are standing, this Princess of Pop doesn’t have the charisma needed to make her the “Tourism Ambassador of New York” or any of the other assigned honors she seems to be racking up daily. Her talent is passable but far from impressive or innovative. We hate to admit it but the only thing exciting about Swift is…. (We are still working on this)


French Montana – Okay, so he is a certified rapper who just dished out a successful collaboration with Beyonce, which basically gives him street cred. But his affiliation with the tallest Kardashian sister automatically escalated his worth and this isn’t an impressive way to suddenly become a household name – regardless of your so-called talents. He is playing the game to his advantage by keeping the media on their tippy toes when it comes to his “relationship” with Khloe. But we are quite frankly over it!



Scott Disick – We have a feeling that this guy will be on this list indefinitely. The long time boyfriend and baby daddy to the eldest Kardashian offspring, Kourtney, is the epitome of what douchebag celebrity garners. Basically his job is to keep his hair in place while assuring that his girlfriend is sufficiently implanted with his seeds every couple of years. It’s a questionable existence that takes a healthy level of egotism to pull off. Disick is more than up to the challenge, which is great for him and sucky for those of us who have to keep from gagging every time we are faced with his image.



The Duggars – The TLC staple 19 Kids and Counting introduced us to Jim Bob and his wife Michelle Duggar who were being shopped around as spectacular for having the ability to fill their home with a flurry of children based on their need to prove that procreating can be a profitable endeavor. They have so far kept up the hype except the virus is spreading – and now the older kids are joining the fun and soon we will be subjected to the results of their own procreation. It is happening already and all we have to say is – Please Make It Stop!”

Amal Clooney (nee Alamuddin) – This British-Lebanese beauty who has amassed an impressive career as a barrister was hailed by Barbara Walters as the “Most Fascinating Person of 2014” and we are still scratching our heads as we ponder why and how she managed such a feat. She is also being credited for her contribution to the still “under construction” version of the modern day feminist. All of this because she happened to achieve the unthinkable – marrying America’s most notoriously elusive bachelor. As much as we hate being a buzz kill (Okay, we actually enjoy it!), we are not convinced that the man who donned a bat suit sporting implanted nipples is that much of a catch or actor for that matter. George Clooney whines about being famous and yet uses his celebrity to draw attention to all the wonderful things he does for poor countries. Mrs. Clooney seems like a nice enough gal – but fascinating? We think not.


James Franco and Seth Rogen – There is really nothing else to say is there? Except bad movie, Sony, President Obama being called a “monkey” by the North Korean government and finally the The Interview. That’s pretty much it in a nutshell.