January Jones & Gwyneth Paltrow Named The 'Least Influential People Of 2011'
Actresses January Jones and Gwyneth Paltrow have been spoofed as two of the Least Influential People of 2011.
Editors at GQ magazine have followed up Barbara Walters' annual list of "The 10 Most Fascinating People" of the year by creating their own compilation of celebrities who've failed to contribute something of "value" to the world, and both blonde beauties were nominated for the shameful honor.
Jones was one of 25 selected because the latest season of her hit TV show "Mad Men" was delayed from airing until 2012 and Paltrow was named for "unleashing her awful cookbook on the world."
Also noted were musicians Bono and The Edge for spending a wasteful $65 million on the making of Broadway musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark," veteran Harrison Ford for creating box office flop "Cowboys & Aliens," and Arnold Schwarzenegger for engaging in an extramarital affair.
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