Celebrity endorsements have long been a mutually beneficial relationship – a brand gets the cachet of being associated with someone famous, and the celebrity gets paid handsomely for use of their name and likeness. But for every great celebrity endorsement (William Shatner for Priceline, anyone?), there are some that fail spectacularly. Here are a few of the all-time worst.
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