Ever have that indescribable disgust for a celebrity for reasons you can't explain or justify? You're not alone. But what happens when two of those famous freaks shack up and decide to slap on the relationship label? For whatever reason, there's always that one celebrity couple that manages to tick people off. There's something irksome about them that you can't put your finger on. Maybe they flaunt the smugness of Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow, or maybe they can't keep their hands off each other, like Taylor Swift and just about any boyfriend she's had since she turned sixteen, or maybe they just feel super forced like Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds. For whatever reason, they bug the sh*t out of you.
As much as celebrity couples act as if they just want to live their lives in peace and quiet, away from all the scrutiny and public obsession, their actions don't always reflect those sentiments. It's almost as if these obnoxious celebrity couples are making a huge effort to do the exact opposite. To constantly shove themselves onto your newsfeed. And as much as you'd like to turn off your television and unplug your computer, that's not always an option. These celebrity couples will always find a way to leak back onto your screen with whatever drama or declaration of love their publicist comes up with next.Over the years, there have been plenty both new and old celebrity couples who have come to define the term "overexposure." For all the incredibly transparent and insincere ways these celebrity couples convince people to fawn over them, you likely hate them for the exact same reasons. Pinpointing the exact reasons a famous couple is annoying maybe tricky. Especially when there are so many of them. But these celebrity couples take it to the next level. Whether it's packing on the PDA or turning their nose up like a snob, these twosomes are some of the most annoying celebrity couples in Hollywood history.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West
Major bets were lost when Kim Kardashian and Kanye West made it past that sacred 72-day mark following their wedding. In what was once one of the most polarizing celebrity relationships ever, the two have since settled into both Hollywood notoriety and normalcy. However, that doesn't mean the two are any less petty or fame-hungry.
In fact, it's almost as if Kanye and Kim are TOO perfect for each other. Both thrive off tabloid drama, refuse to bite their tongue, imagine themselves as gods, and can hardly keep their hands off each other. Kim and Kanye are likely the most overexposed couple in Hollywood, and it doesn't seem to bother them in the slightest. If it's not a butt grab, it's their next plot to land on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine. While Kimye manages to make a lot of sense, they also manage to occupy a lot of your daily news space, whether you want them to or not.
Kylie Jenner and Tyga
When even the Kardashians have nothing positive to say about your boyfriend, you know something must be wrong. Yet Kylie Jenner still manages, time after time, to fall back into the arms of Tyga, a rapper with D-level talent and even worse teeth. If you're having trouble finger-pointing the most immature and teenage angst-driven relationship you can think of, try searching Kylie Jenner and Tyga on Google.
Despite the fact that Tyga is 26 years old, six years Jenner's senior, he has proven his maturity level is astronomically lower than his girlfriend's. And that's saying something, because it's not as if Jenner is known for much aside from facial injections and cheaply made lip kits. And sadly, Tyga's predatory tendencies aren't anything new. In the midst of his relationship with Jenner, Tyga flirted with and hit on a 14-year-old girl (although he claims it's because she can sing). If there's anything annoying about this couple, it's pretty much everything. Because good relationships are typically synonymous with maturity, and this one, here, lacks every definition of the word.
Chris Brown and Rihanna
Chris Brown and Rihanna were very much loathed from a one-sided perspective. While many rooted for Rihanna, those same people called for the downfall of Chris Brown. After headlines broke about the two's traumatic domestic abuse charges, in which Brown beat Rihanna, fans were shocked. Although Brown quickly felt the blow-back of the consequences, his career has not seemed to suffer in the way many felt it should have.
Although Rihanna's popularity has monumentally surpassed that of her former abuser, Brown's music career still appears to be flourishing. And it's not as if he's reformed into a gentleman over the years he's had to bury the scandal. In fact, Brown is just as crude and misogynistic as ever. What's worse are the constant rumors that Riri may be reigniting the flame between her and Brown, a speculation that has persisted over the years. The rumors cause fans to catch an inescapable anxiety, crossing their fingers that they may never have to hear the words "Chris Brown and Rihanna" in the same sentence as "relationship" ever again.
Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag
Has there ever been a couple who has had to try as hard as Speidi to convince people that they aren't actually evil? No, and it's probably because they actually are just bad people. Hands down one of the most hated couples in reality television history, Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag put on a show that could only be upstaged by the Kardashians a few years later.
The problem with Speidi is that they clearly never expected The Hills to end. Thinking a reality show in which they unwillingly tormented a girl who wanted nothing to do with them would last longer than five years was their eventual pitfall. Nothing in Hollywood is forever, and Speidi proved that. Years later, the couple has been shunned from the spotlight, having to resort to D-level celebrity programming, such as I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here!
The strangest part about Pratt and Montag's villainous relationship is the sincerity of their fondness for one another. The two have remained married despite being both completely broke due to frivolous spending and a failure to regain the momentum of their tabloid-friendly deplorableness.