8 High-Profile Celebrity Endorsements That Backfired

Some famous faces do more harm than good

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Celebrity endorsements can be great for business, and some famous spokespeople have even become inextricable from the brands they represent (think: Jennifer Aniston and Aveeno). But, every once in a while, an idea slips through that probably should have been left on the cutting room floor.

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