2021 Celebrity Fails


First, when Hilaria Baldwin was accused of pretending to be Spanish.

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This was technically discovered at the end of December 2020, but the saga that followed is well into 2021.


When Nicki Minaj claimed that her cousin’s boyfriend’s testicles had swollen from the COVID vaccine.

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When Aaron Rodgers claimed he hadn’t previously been lying about his COVID vaccination status – despite saying he was “immune” – he complained that the “awakened mob” was coming in for the unvaccinated.

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When Chris Pratt’s post about his wife went viral, it was widely criticized. Quotes include: “She helps me in everything. In return, I periodically open a bowl of pickles. This is commerce. Her heart is pure and it is mine. Greatest treasure – next to Ken Griffey Jr. Uber Dick Rising Card. Which if you know it says a lot” .


When it turned out that one of Madonna’s photos was taken on someone else’s body without her permission.


When Kourtney Kardashian’s ex-boyfriend, Younes Bendjima, leaked messages from Scott Disick where he wrote, “Is this girl alright!????” Referring to some PDA photos of Courtney with Travis Parker.

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When John Mayer said he “cry about five times” during it Britney Spears framing – prompted people to bring up his past treatment of female celebrities and racist comments.

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When millionaire Blake Shelton started a song that included the lyrics, “Girl, Your Love Can Make a Guy Feel Rich With Minimum Wage.” Before the song was first played live, he said, “I can’t speak for anyone else, but 2020 has been great. Even though a lot of bad things have happened personally to me, Gwen Stefani and I got engaged and you don’t care what happened otherwise.” And that made it a great year.”

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When Sia apologized for her movie MusicAutism photography – then temporarily deleted the entire Twitter account.

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When Dixie D’Amelio said she didn’t want to go to college, “because I saw someone make TikTok, and he says he’s going to play my songs at a frat party. And that really got me off going to school because I don’t think I can handle that level of embarrassment.”

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Obviously, this isn’t as dangerous as some of the others on this list, but it’s still misleading.


When Ellen Pompeo inexplicably shared a story about Denzel Washington on set instinct anatomy where she said she said to him, “Listen, you damned, this is my show. This is my collection. Who are you going to tell me?”

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When Lizzo called her convicted abuser Chris Brown, “My favorite person in the whole damn world.”

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When Demi Lovato called out to crowds in Lollapalooza to gather during the pandemic—then performed at a festival the following week.

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Finally, when it was announced that Asher, Priyanka Chopra and Julianne Hough would be co-hosting a show called activist whereAnd “Activists compete in challenges to promote their causes, while measuring their success through online engagement, social metrics, and host input.”

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The year is coming to a close, and we’re looking forward to 2021. Find out more from the year here!

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