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Celebrities Shun Paris And Britney Comparisons

November 29, 2008

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Paris Hilton

Hollywood celebrities have been left reeling from John McCain’s commercial that basically made Tinseltown look, what’s the word I’m looking for…stupid.

Celebrities are now distancing themselves from Paris Hilton and Britney Spears, who are the commercial’s main tarty targets.

Well, that’s what happens when you let your worst denizens get the most airtime. The rest of the nation and the world walks away with the impression that everyone in Hollywood is, what’s the word I’m looking for…stupid.

Britney Spears

You elected the town wenches Tinseltown’s defacto spokespeople by giving them so much coverage all the time and backing them up when they do something, what’s the word I’m looking for…stupid.

Notice he didn’t compare Barack to Meryl Streep. Think about that, while you mess up another election.

John McCain ad irritates many in Hollywood

The celebrity backers of Barack Obama say they are not like Paris and Britney. But the truth is most of Hollywood won’t return McCain’s calls nowadays because many of the stars and executives he initially impressed now believe the maverick stance they found so attractive was just a pose. Hollywood doesn’t object to a good pose — unless, of course, it doesn’t work.

“The theme of the gala will focus on celebrating diversity and promoting cultural awareness,” Masomi said, adding that Obama’s campaign is expected to send a representative.

Some of Obama’s strongest celebrity backers, like George Clooney, have been careful to keep their distance because they don’t want to compromise the candidate’s image as a serious politician. Moreover, as many in the industry have noted, the Obama campaign has been especially careful about vetting stars before they’re allowed to work the campaign trail on the senator’s behalf.

http://www.latimes.com

http://www.judiciaryreport.com

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