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Justin Bieber Tops Forbes’ Most Overexposed Celebrities List

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With all the lawsuits, Selena Gomez drama, and a looming DUI trial, it’s no surprise Forbes’ has named Justin Bieber its most overexposed celebrity.

Sure, he’s still making bank, raking in an estimated $58 million within the past 12 months, but his bizarre behavior has come off as arrogant and disrespectful.

Forbes’ awarded the Biebs this unwanted honor based on an online public opinion poll that used 46 attributes to rank 6,600 big names.

A whopping 67% of respondents claim they’ve had enough of the 20-year-old pop star.

Who else joined him on the list? The Kardashian family claimed four spots in the top ten with Kim Kardashian scoring the highest at second place.

Bieber wasn’t the only pop star to appear on Forbes’ rankings. The twerk-tastic Miley Cyrus came in fourth.

Here’s a look at the top 10 most overexposed celebrities:

1. Justin Bieber

2. Kim Kardashian

3. Lindsay Lohan

4. Miley Cyrus

5. Honey Boo Boo

6. Kris Jenner & Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi (TIE)

8. Paris Hilton

9. Kourtney Kardashian

10. Khloe Kardashian


-Sarah Carroll, 97.1 AMP Radio/Los Angeles

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