Nice and Naughty Celebrities in 2015
With billions of people in the world, Santa must have a hell of a time keeping track of who’s naughty and nice — so w’re doing our best elf-work and rounding up the celebs who fall into both categories this year!e
(And for the naughty celebs, we’re not including people like Bill Cosby and Josh Duggar. There’s naughty and then there’s criminal.)
This pharmaceuticals CEO became the “most hated man in America” after unapologetically jacking up the price of a life-saving drug called Daraprim over 5000% — from $13.50 a pill to $750.
Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams
Robin and Pharrell found the “Blurred Lines” between sampling and ripping off after being ordered to pay $7.3 million to Marvin Gaye’s family after a judge found “Blurred Lines” to be too similar to his song “Got to Give It Up.”
Josh “The Fat Jew” Ostrovsky
In August, the Fat Jew became an Instagram pariah after reports of his joke plagiarism went viral. He has since pledged to attribute every joke he forwards along.
The same YouTube star who may have helped fake his wife’s pregnancy and miscarriage was later exposed in the Ashley Madison hack — and then he got into a physical altercation at a vlogger convention.
This “comedian” offended viewers twice this year: first with a fat-shaming “Dear Fat People” video and then with a racially tone-deaf “Dear Black People” video. Yep, we’re still Arbouring ill will toward her.
Speaking of people desperate for clicks, Teen Mom alum Farrah Abraham tacked hashtags about tragedies like the Paris attacks and Hurricane Patricia onto self-promoting Instagram posts.
This Thor star may be just as godlike in real life, as brother Liam recently revealed Chris paid off his parents’ debts.
T.Swift has always been altruistic, and she helped fill two new parents’ “Wildest Dreams” by donating $50,000 to help cover their cancer-stricken 13-month-old’s medical bills.
This Pirates of the Caribbean star donned his Captain Jack Sparrow swagger to brighten the day of kids at an Australian children’s hospital — and even shut down people’s efforts to rush him along.
This comedian is anything but a Trainwreck, leaving a struggling college student working two jobs a $500 tip after he served her a $45 meal, per Page Six.
Anyone who has seen The Social Network knows this Facebook co-founder doesn’t have the best reputation, but he did just announce he’ll be donating 99 percent of his $45 billion Facebook stock to charity.
Santa, we’re on the “nice” list just for helping you out, right? Right?