It seems like we're averaging one Kardashian-hating celebrity these days - everyone from Michael Buble to President Barack Obama has bashed the reality clan.
Now? Actor Sasha Baron Cohen keeps up with the Kardashian insults in the trailer for his new film, "The Dictator."
"Megan, you were worth every penny," an in-character Baron Cohen says to Megan Fox. He then tries to pay for their tryst with jewels.
"Is this a joke? Am I a Kardashian?" Fox asks. "Of course not," he replies. "You're much less hairy."
Yowza! That's quite the burn - it's common knowledge that Kim Kardashian has spent thousands on laser hair removal.
Who else is on the Kardashian bashing train this week? It might be easier to ask who isn't.
Iconic journalist Barbara Walters declared the Kardashian family as one of the 10 most fascinating of 2011 in her yearly special, but it's not because she's a huge fan of "Kourtney and Kim Take New York."
"You don't really act; you don't sing; you don't dance. You don't have any - forgive me - any talent," Walters remarked during the interview. Kim and sisters Kourtney Kardashian and Khloe Kardashian quickly spun the statement into their favor.
However, we're not sure that Walters is a fan, even after after the interview. She sat down with Dave Letterman and talked about her September interview with the family. It seems producers asked the Kardashians whether or not anything life-changing would happen between filming and taping. They assured her nothing would happen.
Kim's divorce; Khloe's move to Dallas; Kourtney's pregnancy. Yeah, you could say those are some pretty life-changing events.
"You can't trust the Kardashians," she joked.
Former "America's Next Top Model" judge Janice Dickinson let the Kardashians have it in a recent interview with Star.
"It's time for the public to realize it and remember you look at this every night -- you're endorsing a fake marriage," said the fuming former model. "That fake sham marriage was disgusting because they did it for money… She's a fraud, she's a hoax."
However, it seems that Dickinson is just hurt because the "heap of lard" known as Kim has blown her off for years.
"I just looked at her and said, 'Are you serious? She's fake and you're fake,' and walked away," she said of a run-in with Kris Jenner and Kim backstage at a talk show.
"She's a fraud, she's a hoax."
Comedian Jonah Hill is no stranger to celebrity feuds - remember how he called out "Glee" star Matthew Morrison on "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon"? Well, he's doing it again - this time it's about the Kardashians.
"That's all a joke," he told The Huffington Post. "The truth of it is, I have friends who work in TV and the Kardashians get higher ratings than their TV shows. Shows that people actually work hard on -- writing and creating and trying to tell their stories. The fact that the Kardashians could be more popular than a show like 'Mad Men' is disgusting."
However, he admits to watching the shows and wonders how much he can watch the show before he should be labeled as a fan.
"The Kardashians are as famous as our president," Hill pointed out. "What does that tell you about how skewed our society is?"
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