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5 Dirty Celeb Secrets

Do you ever wonder about your favorite celebrities? Do you wonder what their life is like and if they have anything to hide? Celebrities are human and like everyone else, they have their little secrets. Below are 5 celebrity secrets you did not know and may not believe.

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  • Seuss- It’s true, it’s true the man that invented the who, loved to fool around at times with more than two. Dr. Seuss was into extra marital affairs in case you didn’t get the Seuss style rhyme.
  • Mark Wahlberg- The superstar once beat a Vietnamese gentleman unconscious while yelling racial slurs at him. Wahlberg was 16 at the time and not on good vibrations.
  • Johnny Cash- Cash was a beloved superstar whose personality was larger than country music. Cash became a star of film and television, solidifying the man in black persona. Cash apparently escaped a car fire that killed 49 California condors; wonder if that’s what led him to writing Folsom Prison Blues.
  • Thomas Edison- The inventor took place in the first animal death ever filmed. Edison did it out of spite for his rival Nikola Tesla.
  • Eric Clapton- The great guitarist apparently hates immigrants in Britain and has rallied against them by joining politicians whose agendas include blocking immigrants.

 

A lot of these secrets are often denied or not acknowledged as often, incredible how heinous they seem in actual nature.

 

Kill the Cat

When you think of film adaptations you tend to hear that the book was better than the movie. The reason why books are better is simply because they have a greater amount of real estate, the story has to be cut down in order to be adapted so something can be lost in translation. The case was different with The Cat in the Hat.

The Dr. Seuss classic was made into a film that was universally panned by critics, in part because it added unexpected and unwelcomed factors to the story. The film itself made a decent amount of money in the box office but it was still not enough to make up for the bad reception.

the cat in the hat, movieThe worst criticism came from the estate of Dr. Seuss. The film was so hated by them that they decided there would never again be another live film adaptation of the books. The film was definitely not better than the book in this case.

I saw him! I saw him! I saw………..wait the cat’s dead.