2nd Annual Lizzie Awards: Winners
The moment is upon us -- time to unveil the winners of the 2nd annual Celebritology Honors, aka The Lizzies.
In just seconds you will be in possession of certain knowledge. You will know which celebrity dominated the voting in the Biggest Celebrity Train Wreck category (hint: she's blond and no longer a resident of Promises rehab), which other Celebrity Obsessed Web site is most beloved by Celebritology readers (hint: where can you find both incremental breaking Hasselhoff news and big-butt galleries?), which bold name outlaw takes the best mug shot (hint: it's not Mel Gibson), what Hollywood break-up most shocked you over the last year (hint: with a whopping 76 percent of the vote, maybe they should just get back together now) and, finally, which celeb is most admired by Celebritology readers (hint: I'm betting she didn't get the Aniston vote). Congratulations to all winners. We expect great things out of each of you over the next 12 months.
Click the image at right to see this year's results or, if your computer is flash challenged, click here for the results in boring old plain text. Then, share your reaction below.
Biggest Celebrity Train Wreck:
Isaiah Washington 4%
Lindsay Lohan 24%
Britney Spears 59%
Alec Baldwin/David Hasselhoff 4%
Paris Hilton 8%
Best Celebrity-Obsessed Web Site:
Go Fug Yourself 16%
Gallery of the Absurd 21%
Celebrity Baby Blog 24%
Young, Black and Fabulous 4%
Best Mug Shot:
Paris Hilton 23%
Nicole Richie 12%
Mel Gibson 28%
Rip Torn 33%
David Faustino 3%
Most Shocking Split:
Tom Cruise and Viacom 12%
Kid Rock and Pamela Anderson 2%
Bobby Brown and Whitney Houston 8%
Ryan Phillippe and Reese Witherspoon 76%
Britney Spears and Kevin Federline 3%
Most Admired Celebrity:
Angelina Jolie 23%
Oprah Winfrey, George Clooney 5%
Paul Newman, Craig Ferguson 4%
Leonardo DiCaprio, Reese Witherspoon, Al Gore 3%
Ellen DeGeneres 2%
Join me in a round of applause for the work of designer Jeremy Norman, who masterminded the flash presentation of this year's awards and editor Nancy Kerr for inspired management and much support. Also, many thanks to the washingtonpost.com Arts & Living staff and the Celebritology field agents (you know who you are) for help in compiling nominees and general brainstorming.
| July 9, 2007; 10:01 AM ET
Categories: Awards Season
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