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 November 4

by Carolina

Go ahead and try to cancel Julie Andrews.

Let’s face it: It’s almost impossible to be a celebrity in the year 2021 without attracting some internet hate. Sometimes that hate is deserved, sometimes it’s not — but either way, it’s bound to happen when you’re in the public eye.


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HOWEVER… There are a select few celebrities out there who’ve seemingly achieved the impossible: They have basically zero haters. These people are so universally beloved that even the worst internet trolls can’t touch them.


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Well, a recent viral Reddit thread asked people to name some of the most unhateable celebrities in Hollywood…and boy, did they deliver. Here are some of the top responses:

1.

“Rick Moranis. The guy stopped acting to take care of his kids after his wife’s death.”


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2.

“Maggie Smith. Professor McGonagall is the most underrated Harry Potter character in the series. She is so funny, even when she is strictly serious! But I mostly praise Maggie Smith for her line delivery in general.”


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3.

“IF YOU HATE JULIE ANDREWS…why.”


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4.

“Anybody who says anything bad about Mr. Rogers is a monster and I don’t want to associate with them.”


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5.

“Dolly Parton! She’s so cool. How could you hate on someone who isn’t a billionaire because they keep donating so much to charity?”


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6.

“Alex Trebek. RIP.”


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7.

“Someone said Jim Henson. I 100% agree… you can never go wrong with Sesame Street or The Muppets.”


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8.

“Tom Holland. There is the dabate over who is the best Spider-Man, but Tom Holland hasn’t done anything controversial.”


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9.

“One of the best things of 2020 is we didn’t lose Betty White.”


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10.

“Dev Patel. Seems like the most lovely of people and everyone who works with him sings his praises.”


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11.

“Hugh Jackman. I’ve literally never read or heard a bad thing about him.”


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12.

“Paul Rudd is just like his characters in real life. There’s a great Hot Ones with Paul Rudd. He’s just an honest, funny dude!”


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13.

“Chadwick Boseman. Fucking legend. Every Marvel fan loved that man.”


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14.

“Weird Al. He seems like such a sweet guy. Every time I’ve seen him on camera he just has such a caring attitude. Not to mention he’s genuinely funny and doesn’t overdo it.”


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15.

“I love how Danny DeVito can play some vile characters but his personality outside of them can overshadow that and make you a fan. Like normally I would be alarmed and not support a slimy, alcoholic, former businessman that crawls around the floor of his dirty Philly apartment, but it’s Danny so I’d probably join in TBH.”


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16.

“Keanu Reeves. A real man of the people!”


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17.

“Robin Williams. If I found out someone genuinely hated him as a person and it wasn’t just a ‘don’t care for his movies’ situation (which still seems unheard of) I don’t think I’d be able to continue knowing that individual. That’s just a red flag.”


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18.

“Jack Black. He’s probably one of the top 10 happiest human beings. He always looks like he’s enjoying himself the most, which is amazing.”


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19.

“Tom Hanks comes to mind. I forget where I read it, probably on Reddit, but someone described him as the only person who could drunkenly punch out a nun in an alley and the world would wonder, ‘Damn, what was wrong with that nun?'”


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20.

“Cher. Icon, queen, and a rich man.


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21.

“LeVar Burton. I met him in person. He made an appearance at the US Department of Education during Obama’s administration. A whole room of young kids, and he read Shel Silverstein’s ‘Peanut Butter Sandwich’ (with the king who’s mouth got stuck) in his perfect Reading Rainbow voice. It gave me chills.”


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22.

“I don’t think I’ve ever met anyone with a bad story of Daniel Radcliffe.”


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You can read the full thread of responses on Reddit.

Note: Some responses have been edited for length and/or clarity.

Original posted at www.buzzfeed.com

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