Justin Bieber, Paula Deen Among GQ's Least Influential People of 2013
For the third year in a row, GQ magazine has rounded up the least influential celebrities and organized them into a handy list for society to point and laugh at.
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So what exactly is GQ's criteria for being one of their 25 "least influential" people? It's hard to say, but author Drew Magary tries to sum it up as, "people who've overstayed their turns in the spotlight and used their fame for not a good god**** thing."
Look below to see who they included in their top ten, then head over to GQ for their entire list.
#1. Dennis Rodman
GQ wrote, "Dennis Rodman is a Q-list celebrity willing to commit borderline treason just to hang out with a dictator who himself aspires to be a Q-list celebrity."
#2. Paula Deen
"I'd like to thank Paula Deen for fulfilling every expectation I had for what Paula Deen is like behind closed doors," wrote Drew Magary, the article's author.
#3. Anthony Weiner
"He's the saddest lecher in American politics, and that's saying something, because they're all lechers."
#4. Justin Bieber
GQ included Bieber because he's too old to be "raising hell and being a brat."
#5. Pope Benedict XVI
According to Magary, Pope Benedict XVI "assumed the papacy with the sole mission of stubbornly defending all of its antiquated practices," and didn't even stick around to finish the job. "His most notable achievement was wearing red shoes," he added.
#6. Miley Cyrus
GQ blasts Miley for spending her recent career trying to deliberately cause controversy. "What's sad is that it totally worked," they wrote.
#7. Aaron Hernandez
Magary included former NFL player Aaron Hernandez for allegedly acting like a tough guy off the football field.
#8. Prince George
For all the media attention surrounding the royal birth, GQ thought Prince George should've been extra special, or some kind of alien baby. "Do more cool stuff, baby!" they urged.
#9. Prosecutor Angela Corey
Magary included Angela Corey, for what he feels was her failure to get George Zimmerman convicted of anything at all.
#10: Will Smith and Family
Magary mostly has a problem with "After Earth," Will Smith's 2013 film in which he co-stars with son Jaden. "This wasn't simply a vanity project — it was a double vanity project, in which Smith made a naked bid to hand over his 'King of the Fourth of July' crown to his son."