Saturday, December 3, 2011

Barbara Walters' Most Fascinating Peeps of 2011

So Barbara Walters released part of her list of the most fascinating people of 2011.
  • The Kardashian's - Fascinatingly ridiculous. It is the Kim K wedding extravaganza and 72 day marriage run that put them on this list. 
  • Derek Jeter - Um...I have no idea why. 
  • Pippa Middleton - Oh pish posh. Why is this hussy on the list. DO we REALLY think it is fascinating when Pippa buys a new hand bag? Fack. Harry should have been on the list instead. At least he is a ging. 
  • Simon Cowell - Meh, I think he should have been on this list after season one of American Idol...but what is new? X Factor? Pfft. 
  • Donald Trump - Did he make this list because there was speculation that he may run for the Republican presidential bid? Well if that's all it takes...then I am going to try to oust Elizabeth May for the Green Party. 
  • Katy Perry - This I agree. Katy had quite a year. Although I think it should have been a joint fascination...her and Russell. 
  • Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Eric Stonestreet - They play Mitch and Cameron on Modern Family. I do love them. Good pick Barb.
Now the big question is who else will be on the list and who will be the number 1? Here are my thoughts:
  • Charlie Sheen: The fact that he is still alive should get him on the list...the entertainment that he provided this year should make him number 1.
  • Steve Jobs: I know he is dead, but can he still make the list or do they have to be available for an interview?
  • Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez: Biebs made the list last year, but I think Barb needs to recognize the drama that Bieber in a relationship brings to the table and how popular this has made her.
 But you best believe that the remainder of the people that Barb picks will be people that I don't even know. Last year her #1 was some army dude I had never heard of.



  1. I hope she grills Kim about the faux wedding.

  2. Spoiler Alart: Don't read this post if you wanted to be suprised.

    -----here it comes----

    Watch the interview Barbara Walters interview from David Letterman last night. He took a guess, wrote it down and she confirmed. If you watch him write, you can clearly tell it's Steve Jobs.


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