No Need For Obama And Mitt: A List Of Celebrities We’d Rather See In A Live Debate…Who’d Win?!

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Celebrities That Should Debate On TV

Everyone has been talking about the clash between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama last night and how things got heated. But they haven't seen anything yet. Imagine if some other celebrities decided to have their grievances aired out on public debates like Barry and Mitt. Just think of the fireworks! All of this has us thinking about a few celebrities we'd like to see grab mics and battle it out in a "civil" debate.
Evelyn Lozada and Jennifer Williams Evelyn and Jennifer - They've recently been on better terms but we could have had them battle when they hated eachother.
Rick Ross and Jeezy - Don't forget to let them have a light shoving match after it's over.
Kanye West, Ray J and Reggie - Let them debate over who gets to get embarrassed by Kim the worst.
Nicki Minaj and Lil Kim - The could sit around and debate the benefits of plastic surgery.
Nicki and Mariah - They could air all their grievances since they can't do it civilly on the judges panel.
Rihanna and Karrueche - Only if Chris Breezy is the moderator.
Tyler Perry Spike Lee Tyler Perry and Spike Lee - Let Perry defend his Madea steez while Spike tees off on him. Let's make it happen.
Common and Drake - They can debate the benefits of being dandy rappers with affections for Serena Williams and who gives better hugs.
Drake and Chris Brown - The could debate the best positions Rihanna likes and who delivers the hardest slap box shots. Rihanna mediates of course.

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