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Nothing catches consumers' attention better than a famous person making a product look cool. So companies fall all over themselves to get celebrities to help hawk their goods. And most of the time, it's fine. But sometimes those endorsements bite the companies in the ass.
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We know a ton of details about these cases, but still can't solve them.
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