Ok, so here's proof that we're not the only ones who think "Apprentice" wannabe Omarosa (search) is the most obnoxious person around — or that "Joe Millionaire," aka Evan Marriott (search), isn't exactly a Mensa candidate.
A poll commissioned by TV Guide and Bravo found that Omarosa is, by far, the "most-hated reality star of all time," while Marriott is second only to former "American Idol" contestant Nikki McKibbin (search) as most likely to "get the lowest score on a mental challenge."
The poll, done to hype Bravo's upcoming series, "Battle of the Network Reality Stars," (search) asked people to vote on reality TV types in a number of categories — most of them unflattering.
Remember Puck from "The Real World"? Well, he's also one of the most hated reality stars of all time (19 percent) — but also earns votes as one of the "most memorable," finishing just behind Richard Hatch (search) ("Survivor"), William Hung (search) ("Idol") and Omarosa (search) (d'oh!).
Ex-"Idol" Clay Aiken (search) just squeaks past fellow "Idol" Kelly Clarkson (search) as "most-loved," while most voters would make Hatch their "first dodgeball target," followed by screechy "Apprentice" wannabe Heidi Bressler (search) (who, to be fair, also won the "most likely to succeed" category).
Jessica Simpson (search) and Nick Lachey (search) ("Newlyweds") copped the most votes for "Which reality star couple would you trust to raise your child?" (54 percent) — with a frightening 10 percent voting for train wrecks Whitney Houston (search) and Bobby Brown (search) ("Being Bobby Brown") in that same category.
"Battle of the Network Reality Stars," pitting reality show contestants against one another in athletic challenges, premieres Aug. 17 on Bravo.