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Poll names most annoying celebrities, other pop culture topics

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PARADE and omg! on Yahoo! have teamed up to poll Americans and learn what they really think about pop culture, entertainment and celebrities, and more.

The pole found the following celebrities to be most annoying:

1.

 

Kim Kardashian

 

 

 

29%

2.

 

Charlie Sheen

     

27%

3.

 

Snooki

     

21%

4.

 

Lindsay Lohan

     

16%

5.

 

Donald Trump

     

5%

6.

 

Brad Womack

     

1%

This year's crop of Hollywood newborns were saddled with some unusual names, and Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon were not outdone:

1.

 

Moroccan & Monroe Cannon (Mariah Carey & Nick Cannon)

 

 

 

55%

2.

 

Bingham "Bing" Hawn Bellamy (Kate Hudson & Matt Bellamy)

     

27%

3.

 

Harper Seven Beckham (David & Victoria Beckham)

     

8%

4.

 

Agnes Lark Bettany (Jennifer Connelly & Paul Bettany)

     

7%

5.

 

Willow Sage Hart (Pink & Carey Hart)

     

3%

Millions of mouths were agape when Casey Anthony's not-guilty verdict was revealed in July, making it the biggest 'OMG!' headline in the first half of 2011, with 62% of the vote. Men behaving badly finished second and third, with Arnold Schwarzenegger's love-child scandal getting 30% of the vote and former New York congressman Anthony Weiner's Twitter scandal getting 5%.

1.

 

Casey Anthony's Not Guilty Verdict

 

 

 

62%

2.

 

Arnold Schwarzenegger's Love Child

     

30%

3.

 

Anthony Weiner Twitter Scandal

     

5%

4.

 

Murdoch Hacking Scandal

     

3%

Pippa Middleton is one of the hottest commodities on the singles market today, and when asked to find her a celebrity match, responders crowned Ryan Reynolds as Pippa's would-be prince.

1.

 

Ryan Reynolds

 

 

 

22%

2.

 

Jake Gyllenhaal

     

18%

3.

 

Leonardo DiCaprio

     

18%

4.

 

Ryan Gosling

     

17%

5.

 

James Franco

     

13%

6.

 

Robert Pattinson

     

12%

omg! on Yahoo! and PARADE's recent Pop Culture Poll was conducted online August through September 2011 among a sample of over 60,000 respondents. View the full results of the survey on Parade.com and omg! on Yahoo!

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