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She went on to become a reality star in her own right.Ricki Lake Lake hosted a highly successful talk show from 1998 to 2004, before largely disappearing from the public spotlight.
Vanilla Ice Rapper Vanilla Ice rode the wave of success he experienced frmo the song "Ice, Ice Baby" for years, and for good reason: it was the first hip-hop single to ever top the Billboard charts.Perhaps his most notable performance was in 2005's Oscar bait film "Brokeback Mountain," in which he spoke one line: "You boys sure found a way to make the time pass up there." Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag Heidi and Spencer rose to first-name basis with the American public for being one of the most dramatic couples on reality telvision on MTV's popular series "The Hills." Since then, Heidi has come under fire for undergoing plastic surgery, and she tried (and failed) to have a music career. Joey Lawrence A little two-letter word was singlehandedly responsible for making Joey Lawrence famous; his exasperated utterance of the word "Oh!" on the hit sitcom "Blossom," on which he played a character with his same name, made him a household figure.Aaron Carter The younger brother to one time Backstreet Boys member Nick Carter, Aaron Carter has been back in the spotlight recently after publicly admitting that he still pines for his ex-girlfriend Hilary Duff.Dave Coulier Lovingly known as Uncle Joey from '90s sitcom "Full House," Dave Coulier's second big claim to fame is allegedly being the inspiration behind ex-girlfriend Alanis Morissette's angry 1995 song "You Oughta Know." Jonathan Taylor Thomas The one-time teenage heartthrob and star of sitcom "Home Improvement" has been mostly out of the spotlight since he was the apple of adolescent girls' eyes everywhere.We kinda don’t like the term “D-List” because, well, most stars that are considered D-List are our obsessions.
While they might be more infamous than famous, they’re endlessly entertaining and we live to follow their every move.
Daniel Baldwin The younger brother to Alec, Daniel hasn't seen nearly as much success in life or career. "New York") After appearing on VH1 reality dating show "Flavor of Love," Pollard (known colloquially as "New York") got her own reality dating show on the network called "I Love New York." Audrina Patridge Audrina was one of the most universally disliked members of the cast on MTV's "The Hills," and after the show ended not much changed.
In and out of rehab (and jail) for years, he appeared on "Celebrity Rehab With Dr. She did go on to host NBC's mildly popular travel series "1st Look." Ryan and Trista Sutter The original duo who made ABC's hit dating reality show "The Bachelor" such a hit, Ryan and Trista are still married and seem to be going strong.
Having started acting at the age of three and scoring roles on shows like "Mork & Mindy" and films like "The Goonies," Feldman went on to battle heroin addiction and a number of other challenges.
Now he's back in a big way, churning out new music.
It’s a very tough thing to define precisely; it has nothing to do with a celebrity’s actual level of professional or financial success—in fact, many of the folks on our list (as you’ll see) are doing well for themselves.