Terrible celebrity endorsements: What Lara Bingle, Snoop Dogg and Mr T have in common

From Z-grade "celebrities" like our very own Lara Bingle, to multimillion dollar stars like Snoop Dogg, it seems some celebrities have no shame -- as long as they get paid.

Paris Hilton and BlackBerry

Although this isn't an official endorsement, it might as well be considering the number of photos snapped with Paris clutching her beloved BlackBerry. Though RIM may be pleased considering the company's recent push in the consumer market, the picture of a BlackBerry in Paris Hilton's hands isn't a good look for any phone, in our opinion. What's even more disturbing is the Paris Hilton's Diamond Quest game, available for download through BlackBerry App World. We're not sure what's worse: Paris Hilton endorsing an "exciting puzzle game," the fact that it's US$2.99 or that user comments include "Highly recommend this game for any one and great for kids too!" Yep, what a fantastic game for the kids. Perhaps they'll grow up to be as classy as Paris.

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