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Celebrities You Don't Want To Meet In Real Life

For celebrities, it's not hard to lose sight of the little people. While it can't be easy to be the center of attention, stars have the choice to either be cool about their fans' overzealous adulation or to be a total celebri-jerk about it. Here are some A-listers who, allegedly, have done some pretty terrible things to us pathetic, regular people.

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Celebrities You Don't Want To Meet In Real Life

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    Celebrities Who Treat Their Fans Like Trash

    Celebrities Who Treat Their Fans Like Trash

    For celebrities, it's not hard to lose sight of the little people. While it can't be easy to be the center of attention, stars have the choice to either be cool about their fans' overzealous adulation or to be a total celebri-jerk about it. Here are some A-listers who, allegedly, have done some pretty terrible things to us pathetic, regular people.

    Stars Who Revealed The Rudest Celebs They Ever Met - Nicki Swift

    Stars Who Revealed The Rudest Celebs They Ever Met - Nicki Swift

    Not every celebrity can say they hold the heartwarming title of "Hollywood's Nice Guy," like industry vet Tom Hanks and so-called "internet boyfriend" Keanu Reeves. On one side are the stars everyone loves working with, while the other boasts some of the most arrogant and shady of A-listers that popular peers simply can't stand. Somewhere in the middle are those famous faces who might hide behind the guise of their public persona, shaking hands, posing with fans, and never once taking off the PR mask they so cleverly wear.

    TV Characters You Wouldn't Want To Meet In Real Life - Nicki Swift

    TV Characters You Wouldn't Want To Meet In Real Life - Nicki Swift

    It's almost impossible not to love the characters on our favorite TV shows, even if they're decidedly awful. Seinfeld, whose cast of self-centered misfits might just be the most selfish non-villains in TV history, has earned a reported $3.1 billion since entering syndication in 1995. There's no other way to shake it: we love watching terrible people on the small screen, but the truth is, we might not want to actually meet them in real life.

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