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Biggest celebrity losers of 2017

2017 is a rough year for Hollywood. While some celebrities shined, others crashed and burned in a spectacular, and often incredibly sad, ways. Here is a list of some of the biggest celebrity losers of 2017.

It is no secret that in 2017 was a rough year in Hollywood. However, some managed stars to claw their way to the New Year, more cases than others.

While some celebs seemed this year, others crashed and burned in a number of spectacular and often incredibly sad, ways. To your faulty 2017 intention for the New Year in perspective, here is a list of some of the biggest celebrity losers of the year, in no particular order.

Harvey Weinstein

The now disgraced movie mogul was the first of what became a long row of men in Hollywood to allegations of sexual harassment, assault and abuse of power brought against them. Weinstein’s critics reached almost countless numbers in a matter of weeks, ask him to be ousted by his own company and forced to seek treatment and rehab outside of California for his behavior. While he continues to deny all allegations of nonconsensual sex, 2017 was the year that brought him down. Other high-profile names in Hollywood are caught in the unprecedented conversation about sexual misconduct will be Brett Ratner, James Toback, Louis C. K., Jeremy Piven and many more.

Abby Lee Miller

(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette via AP)

Known as the frustrating rigid star of the reality show “Dance Moms,” Miller had her toughest year ever, after pleading guilty to fraud. Miller tried to hide for a reported $775,000 of revenue in 2015, The star was sentenced in May for a year and a day in prison, followed by two years of supervised release. In addition, she was fined $40,000 and forced to pay a $120,000 judgment. The star is currently at the FCI Victorville prison in California.

Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway, and PwC…

Those who voted in the whole of the 2017 Oscars in the broadcast were shocked when the “La La Land” with producer Jordan Horowitz interrupted his team’s own speech at the Dolby Theater stage to announce that “Moonlight”, not “La La Land,” had won best picture. The now infamous error occurred when Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway explained that “La-La-Land’ had won the best picture when an auditor is PricewaterhouseCoopers backstage accidentally gave him the card announcement of Emma Stone as best actress for her role in ‘La La Land’. Fortunately, there were no hard feelings as Horowitz said he was “really proud to it to my friends of ‘Moonlight.'”

Kathy Griffin

(2017 Invision)

The now controversial star confronted with an inciting moment in May of 2017 when she posed for a bloody picture with a fake severed head of Donald Trump. The image is from a photo shoot with controversial photographer Tyler Shields, which led to outrage in the whole country. The star apologized for the image to say that it “went too far.” However, after the resistance made her a notorious name that she later recanted that apology and since then, has said that the protests against her was fake.

Ben Affleck

The star is not at all the best years, starting with the public separation from his wife of 10 years, Jennifer Garner. He has since moved on to a new lady, Lindsay Shookus, which led to rumors that the relationship began during his marriage. However, the couple claims they went out in 2017. Soon after he was in hot water again, the people began, that came to him from the past, indiscretions and sexual harassment with a number of the women he worked with over the years. As if that were not bad enough, his second outing as Batman in the “Justice League” is a decided flop at the box office.

Every celebrity who endorsed the Fyre Festival

2017 was supposed to be the year that the first Fyre Festival place. Announced as a destination music festival for rich millennials, promises of musical acts, a luxury camping and food of high quality turned out to be lies. It is now regarded as one of the biggest failures, and potential fraud, in festival of history. Rapper Ja Rule was the face of the event, which boasted celebrities such as Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid and Emily Ratajkowski. Unfortunately, everyone whose name you’ve ever heard of a backup immediately when it became clear that the festival organizers were spectacularly ill-equipped and ill-prepared for the logistics of a day in the park, let alone in a high-end music festival. Not only was there no music or party, but the people were stranded in the Bahamas location with virtually no food or shelter. The event’s main organizer, Billy McFarland, was brought up on fraud charges for his role in the debacle.

Kevin Spacey

After the Weinstein allegations, some men began to speak out against Spacey and claimed that the actor abused them-in some cases, when they are minors. The terrible accusations of the costs Spacey his hit series “House of Cards”. Spacey has announced that he is looking to help.

Kendall Jenner

(Reuters)

While her famous sisters made headlines for their relationship and pregnancy rumors, Kendall Jenner became a trending topic in 2017 for her Pepsi commercial that seriously missed the mark. The commercial showed Jenner at a protest. In the ad, Jenner is seen approaching a policeman and hands him a can of Pepsi as a demonstration wearing it. The ad got a lot of play on social media, with some charging that the light of the Black Lives movement. The commercial was quickly pulled and Pepsi apologized for. Also worth mentioning is its participation as a celebrity endorser of the above-mentioned Shot Festival.

Matt Lauer

(NBC)

Matt Lauer almost by 2017 with his career in a piece, but at the end of November, the “Today” show announced Lauer was dismissed after a “detailed complaint” of sexual harassment of a fellow employee. The old host issued an apology as more women began to speak out against him, so that his network, NBC, and his co-hosts to report on his misconduct in lurid detail. Lauer noted in his apology that his new “full time job” would try to repair the damage that he had caused.

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