Wednesday, November 30, 2005

In A Word's 7 Most Irrelevant People Of 2005

Ironically, they are 7 of the 10 people from "Barbara Walters Presents: The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2005." We will show Barbara's list first, but as we do please be thinking in the back of your mind which 7 made In A Word's prestigious "7 Most Irrelevant People of 2005" (taken from a pool of 10 people from "Barbara Walters Presents: The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2005.")

Barbara's List:
Superstar Tom Cruise, Grammy Award winner Kanye West, pint-sized acting dynamo Dakota Fanning, legal eagle Thomas Mesereau, seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong (who is also joined by his rock star fiancee, Sheryl Crow) and Beth Holloway Twitty (mother of missing teenager Natalee Holloway). The special also includes "Desperate Housewives'" Teri Hatcher, Academy Award winner Jamie Foxx and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.

In A Word's List:
Super lug nut and Sciencetology looney Tom Cruise, "Verbally attacking President Bush was the best career decision I have ever made" Kenye West, "my agent is a good friend of Barbara Walters" Dakota Fanning, "I still believe Michael Jackson is innocent and monkeys will fly out of my butt" Thomas Mesereau, "luckily my daughter was cute blonde white girl or the media wouldn't have cared" Beth Holloway Twitty, "I exist on Barbara's list to cross promote another ABC show" Teri Hatcher, and finally "I threw away acting clout by staring in Stealth" Jamie Foxx.

There you have it folks, In A Word's 7 Most irrelevant People of 2005 (taken from a pool of 10 people from Barbara Walter's Presents: The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2005). The winners will be receiving a sternly written letter asking them to please fall into obscurity and a bill demanded restitution for the time they stole from my life this year.

1 comment:

The Publican said...

Speaking of Kanye West and Bawbwa Wawtewrs little list...when he was interviewed by Bawbwa he said he still stands by his comment that "George Bush hates black people." by saying he was "speaking from his heart".