George W Bush tops ‘coldest’ celeb in showbiz listNovember 15th, 2007 - 3:52 pm ICT by admin
Melbourne, Nov 15 (ANI): US President George W Bush has topped a list of the ‘Coldest Celebs’ in the world of showbiz.
The ‘Frigid 50′ list has been compiled by movie website Film Threat, which rates individuals who are ‘cold’ as opposed to ‘hot’ properties.
As to how Bush made it to the list, well that’s thanks to the number of parodies of him that have appeared in movies like ‘Transformers’, and also being criticised in searing documentaries such as ‘No End in Sight’ and lampooned by television cartoons like South Park.
“President George W. Bush has been a fixture on the big and small screens for the length of his historically tragic run,” News.co.au quoted Film Threat, as saying about him.
Coming in second on the list was Angelina Jolie, who was slammed for trying to be ‘an unholy mix of Mother Teresa and Paris Hilton’.
Third spot went to Jim Carrey for his ‘boring side’ in the movie Number 23.
The top five was rounded off by director Judd Apatow and Owen Wilson, who came in fourth and fifth place respectively.
Apatow made the list for having all his fingers in the comedy pie while Wilson figured in it for his attempted suicide.
The top ten list for the ‘Frigid 50′ as per Film Threat is:
1. George W. Bush
2. Angelina Jolie
3. Jim Carrey
4. Judd Apatow
5. Owen Wilson
6. Nicole Kidman
7. Hilary Swank
8. Eli Roth
9. Jennifer Lopez
10. Jon Heder (ANI)
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