The Worst Falls From Grace Of 2018

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Welcome to the worst celebrities, 2018 edition. Unfortunately, these days there is no shortage of disappointing famous people. Whether they espouse hateful political stances, drop offensive remarks, engage in abhorrent behind-the-scenes behavior, or get arrested, this famous falls from grace 2018 list is bound to leave you questioning whether every celebrity you admire is secretly a terrible person. These disappointing celebrities make you wonder whether you can ever truly enjoy their work again. 

While some celebrities who screwed up in 2018 may make a comeback, some will likely never walk the red carpet again. Some celebrity scandals of 2018 can be undone with an apology and some PR work, but many 2018 falls from grace are the result of truly unforgivable behavior.

If you're prepared to question everything you know about the celebrities you love, read up on the biggest scandals of the year. Wondering how this year's scandals compare to the last? Check out this list of 2017 celebrity falls from grace. You can also make your predictions for celebrity scandals in 2019 and then see who is disappointing us in 2019.

Check out the 2019 Celebrity Comeback Pool and see if any of these celebrities made the list.

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  • Logan Paul
    355 votes

    In January 2018, YouTube star Logan Paul uploaded a controversial video titled "We Found A Body in Suicide Forest." In the video, Paul and his companions attempted to go camping in Japan's Aokigahara Forest, where many individuals have committed suicide. Paul and his friends ended up discovering the body of a hanging victim, and filmed the corpse.

    While Paul claimed he was trying to raise awareness with the video, viewers were skeptical of the claim, as Paul laughed and made jokes throughout. Criticism came almost immediately from fans as well as other YouTube stars. In response, YouTube removed Paul's channel from their premium advertising service.

  • Roseanne Barr
    330 votes
    • Birthplace: Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

    On May 29, 2018, Roseanne Barr went on a Twitter tirade. Her tweet-storm included a racist remark against Valerie Jarrett, a Black woman who served as a senior adviser in the Obama administration. Using Jarret's initials, Barr said if "muslim brotherhood & planet of the apes had a baby=vj."

    Barr was quick to apologize, but it was too late. Within hours of sending (and deleting) the tweet, Wanda Sykes resigned from her position as a consulting producer on Roseanne; ABC canceled their Roseanne revival; and ICM Partners dropped Barr as a client.

    "Roseanne's Twitter statement is abhorrent, repugnant, and inconsistent with our values, and we have decided to cancel her show," ABC's entertainment president, Channing Dungey, said in an official statement. 

    "We are all greatly distressed by the disgraceful and unacceptable tweet from Roseanne Barr this morning," ICM Partners said in a statement. "What she wrote is antithetical to our core values, both as individuals and as an agency. Consequently, we have notified her that we will not represent her. Effective immediately, Roseanne Barr is no longer a client."

  • Mark Zuckerberg
    276 votes
    • Birthplace: White Plains, New York

    In March 2018, a report broke the news that the conservative political data firm, Cambridge Analytics, mined the data of multiple Facebook users. The purpose was to determine user personalities and then use target ads accordingly to influence their opinions during the 2016 elections. This resulted in massive backlash from Facebook users and the public at large, leaving Mark Zuckerberg struggling to defend his social media platform. The Facebook founder even had to testify before Congress due to the reports. 

  • Quentin Tarantino
    237 votes
    • Birthplace: Tennessee, USA, Knoxville

    In February 2018, Tarantino was slammed with a number of allegations related to on set conduct. In a New York Times article published by Maureen Dowd, actress Uma Thurmon alleged Tarantino forced her to perform a stunt involving a car crash, despite the fact she repeatedly expressed hesitance. Thurman ended up getting into an accident while performing the stunt, leaving her with permanent knee injuries.

    Shortly thereafter, footage of an old Howard Stern interview surfaced in which Tarantino dismissed the rape allegations against Roman Polanski. Polanski was charged with assaulting a 13 year old girl in 1977 and fled to France to avoid facing the legal consequences. In a 2003 Howard Stern interview, Tarantino said the act was consensual and dismissed Stern and his co-host's protests otherwise. 

  • Junot Díaz
    113 votes
    • Birthplace: Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

    In May 2018, multiple female writers shared their experiences with Junot Diaz on Twitter. It started when author Zinzi Clemmons claimed Diaz tried to kiss her against her will during her time as a graduate student. From there, other accusations flowed in regarding Diaz's caustic, inappropriate behavior at readings, panels, and other events, especially hostile behavior towards female writers and students. 

  • Tony Robbins
    179 votes
    • Birthplace: Los Angeles, USA, North Hollywood, California

    In March 2018, Tony Robbins made a remark at a California arena accusing women in the MeToo movement of seeking attention via accusations of sexual abuse and harassment. The comment did not garner much attention at the time, but resurfaced in April when a video of the incident surfaced and went viral. In addition to the disparaging comments, Robbins actually got physical with a female guest who challenged him. He placed his hand on her hand and pushed her backward, and went on to suggest women should empower themselves against assault by pushing back more. He also said MeToo was hurting men, and he personally knew many powerful men who hesitated to hire attractive women because it was too big of a risk.