What if zombies attacked Hollywood? UGO imagines a world where celebrities are turned into zombies and some of the results… ain’t pretty.

Source:
http://www.ugo.com/web-culture/celebrity-zombie-transformations

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For hundreds of years, America had run without its own Star Chamber until Ashton Kutcher took it upon himself to create “Punk’d” in 2003 and righted social order.

Unfortunately, American society has gone without the show for more than four years. Our system of celebrity checks and balances is off. We need street justice for those who only walk on streets covered with red carpet.

Source:
http://clutch.mtv.com/2012/01/31/punkd-wish-list/

Richard Nixon thanks Elvis for a vintage Colt .45 and the Gipper gushes over an adorable extraterrestrial.

Source:
http://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2012/01/to-elvis-from-nixon-and-other-presidential-letters-to-celebrities/251914/

Kim Kardashian and more celebrities celebrated New Years Eve at Tao Las Vegas at the Venetian Hotel and Casino on December 31, 2011 in Las Vegas…

Source:
http://www.tv.com/celebs-ring-in-the-new-year/gallery/1593/photos.html

In public, most celebrities are nothing more than glamorized, glorified puppets following the orders of their publicists and managers

Source:
http://clutch.mtv.com/2011/12/05/best-celebrity-mugshots/

Some famous last tweets eerily foretell a death, others, like Heavy’s, inspire and some simply indicate where a person’s mind was a few hours or days before their passing.

Source:
http://clutch.mtv.com/2011/11/09/famous-last-tweets-heavy-d/

There is a dangerous trend engulfing the world, and it’s perpetrated by obsession-inspiring celebrities: overly personal Twitpics.

Shouldn’t their handlers explain to them what TMI is?

Source:
http://www.popcrunch.com/24-tmi-celeb-twitpics/