Being famous in today’s day and age has become a lot harder. In the olden days, back when Nan was a young woman trying to find her place in the world, being famous just meant you had an exceptional talent in some field or another. Those times have changed.
While being talented still helps, it’s no longer a requirement nor the determining factor for fame. What matters now, is a unique body part. Some of those people attached to those body parts still have quite a bit of talent, but let’s be honest here: most don’t.
Let’s take a look at some celebrities with well-known body parts.
Angelina is best known for her lips. And for being Jon Voight’s daughter. For what it’s worth the next time you see Jon Voight acting: Angelina has her mother’s lips. Seriously, Google it, they’re like mirror images of each other.
The country singer is best known for her legs. More specifically, she has two of them – one on the left and one on the right. See being famous isn’t all that hard? I’m sure almost everyone can pull this one off.
Kate’s mostly famous for her ears. I mean, her looks are famous because of her ears. It’s not like everyone saw those ears and thought “make this person famous, we need more of those ears in our lives!” That’s not how it works.
The best known body part of Uma Thurman is her feet. I guess this mostly has to do with the scene in Kill Bill where she has to wiggle her toe. I can’t imagine it being anything else, really. Okay, I sould admit it, she has size 11 feet.
Before her catfight with Mariah Carey on the judges panel of American Idol, Nicki was most known for her hips. She also pretty much displayed them whenever she could, so it was hard for us not to notice.
The Twilight-star is best known for his specific “this is still the late 90’s, right?” haircut. And no, Robert, it’s not the late 90’s anymore. Men grow beards now.
This supermodel is best known for her bellybutton – or lack of one, more specifically. It’s weird, I know.
Breaking news: gorgeous Megan Fox has a toe thumb.
Back in the old days, Jim Carrey was most known for his rubber-like face. Now, he’s known for thinking vaccines cause autism. In case you were wondering, they don’t.