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Snooki, Jersey Shore
Not only is she not the brightest bulb in the bunch, but she drinks constantly and to excess. And while her drinking sometimes gets her arrested or leads to iffy sexual behavior, she gets lots of attention (and a big paycheck) for her antics.
Kim Kardashian, Keeping Up with the Kardashians
Her fame is based on ... not much. Aside from having a bodacious body and a knack for self-promotion, Kim and her sisters are the ultimate celebrity role models with nothing worth copying.
Charlie Harper (Charlie Sheen), Two and a Half Men
He is an alcoholic womanizer (who has since left the show, but can be seen in a bazillion reruns). And worse than that, the real-life Charlie got way too much attention for being a drug user and hanging out with prostitutes, all while flouting the idea that there was anything problematic with his behavior.
Shes known for her long legs, absent-minded demeanor, and trademark phrase, thats hot! Paris Hilton is definitely the epitome of someone being famous for, well, just being famous.
Its really not just Heidi Montag. Theres a group of reality-tv/nothing stars out there who all belong on this list, but she irks me the most, therefore she gets to be the title name. The problem with these girls is this: all of their emphasis is put on looks, fame, and fortune and none of it (as far as I can tell) is put on authentic talent, merit, or ambition with a good-conscious. Im not impressed by status-whores and I dont think you should be, either. These kinds of girls teach other girls how to be catty, using, manipulative, and overall drama queens.
Im not even, generally speaking, a Lohan hater. But on the topic of role models we should be ignoring, she makes the cut. From drug binges to starving herself to a scary-thin frame to always making headlines with drama, actresses like these arent the kinds we should be putting much stock in when it comes to examining our own lives.