Without nepotism, the world would have never known the brilliant acting career of Jaden Smith and the enduring wit and music of Paris Hilton. Sometimes, though, nepotism should probably be avoided.
Famous people throughout history, who I'm now calling 'hist-lebrities,' have dealt with haters in their own ways -- which I now share with you, my probable haters.
Scandals don't change much, but people do.
So much wishful thinking, so few characters.
When you're famous, they're called quirks. When you're not, they make you a weirdo.
I've always found Oprah's influence impressive and frightening. Mostly frightening, actually.
Their 15 minutes gone, these people have to live in a world where they are famous for what amounts to nearly nothing. So what do they do when the fame has died down?
Have you ever wondered what your favorite dead celebrity would be doing if they were still alive today? Of course you have, there are a lot of hours in the day, sometimes you have to spend them daydreaming about meaningless bullshit.
As it turns out, tons of famous writers have circumvented the whole creative process thing.
For most of us, our journeys have come to an end when we die. Others, though, have one last adventure.
Sometimes, society has a very hard time letting go.
Hating celebrities became really boring in 2014.
Every year at this time, Cracked likes to stop and memorialize the less famous deaths that probably flew under your radar.