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There’s nothing more pathetic than someone TRYING to be cool. Or edgy. Or anything that should come naturally and never be forced. But it’s quite common among boring, corny or robotic celebs who actively try to convince us that they’re cool when it’s obvious they’re not.

Here are ten celebs who try WAY too hard to be cool. Take a look.

Miley Cyrus

The boyish-built thirstball rocked a Biggie & Pac dress because that’s what Black culture-obsessed white chicks do. But, let’s be real, Black women don’t even rock Biggie & Pac dresses.

Kim Kardashian

Kimmie K. is a beautiful woman and not much else. When she speaks or attempts to step outside her “Beautiful Mannequin” box, we cringe.


Rihanna is gleefully-filthy and, well, cool. Queen Beysus is a bedazzled onesie-wearing robot with a carefully-calculated persona. It is what it is.


Drizzy knows he’s an incredibly-talented cornball (like Kanye or J. Cole) who thirsts after a dead woman and refuses to completely embrace his corny.

Kelly Rowland

Kelendria is sweet as pie and tries waaaaaaaaaaaaaaay too hard to be “edgy.” At some point, she has to ditch the struggly coochie jams (“Kisses Down Low?” Really?) and embrace her good girly next door-ness.

A$AP Bieber

Like Miley, Biebs does everything possible to shed his Chuck E. Cheese-friendly image and comes off as desperate.

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Lady Gaga

The weirdo Pop Goddess went from splattering blood everywhere during freakish performances to dry humping R. Kelly/collabing with Too Short, Twista and T.I. on her new album. Uhhh no.


900-years-old with an open-faced grill and rappity-rap beats on her last album? WHY? For WHO? Most of her fans are basically 40 (or dead).

Riff Raff

Everything about the clownish struggle rapper is forced and unnecessary which clearly doesn’t matter to his fans. All 12 of them.

Paris Hilton

She signed with Cash Money and morphed into a filthy rich hoodrat which doesn’t even make sense, on any level.



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