Neon, a British film magazine published in the ’90s, once thought it’d be funny to try to get Kevin Bacon, Tom Cruise, and Meryl Streep to endorse phony products. Kevin Bacon’s Bacon, anyone?
Sears and Pacific Sunwear both hired the Kardashians to flout their brands — and the retailers have also been losing relevance big-time. No such thing as bad publicity for this group.
Having a famous person huck your product isn’t always win-win.
There is truly nothing worse than a slow-motion zoom-in on somebody’s acne. WHY?!
Sometimes famous people feel compelled to put their faces on things that we eat and drink. We may never be sure why.
Sky Broadband just spent a crap-ton of money for no good reason.
If you have absolutely no other information about either candidate …you might as well choose based on who their most well-known celebrity supporters are?
“The Weasel” Pauly Shore recently released a painfully long rap song seemingly endorsing President Obama, with video!
Snoop Lion — formerly Dogg — gives a “four more years” endorsement to President Obama.
Today’s weird celebrity endorsement is Debra Messing for Post-It notes. Wow, it really takes her a LONG time to write one sentence!