11 Celebs Who Were Good Sports About Parodies and Satires of Their Work

11 Celebs Who Were Good Sports About Parodies and Satires of Their Work

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Ah, the world of parody and satire. From the tongue-in-cheek to the downright outrageous, it’s a form of entertainment that has been around for centuries and continues to delight us to this day. It’s no surprise, then, that some of the most famous and beloved figures in the entertainment industry have embraced this form of humor.

In this list, we’ll explore the stories of some of the most beloved figures in the entertainment industry who have found themselves on the receiving end of parody and satire. From R.L. Stine, the 79-year-old author of the Goosebumps series, to Tom Lehrer, the mathematician-turned-comedian, to George R.R. Martin’s blessing of a burlesque show based on his Game of Thrones series, and finally to George Harrison’s love for The Rutles and their movie All You Need is Cash -- these stories might bring a smile to your face and prove that even the most famous of figures are, in fact, surprisingly down-to-earth (OK, sometimes).

Chuck Norris: Still a legend.

Good sports about parodies Chuck Norris once wrote a piece for WorldNetDaily to thank his fans for all the jokes about him and to share his faith. What a guy. CRACKED

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