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Celebrity chef Paula Deen has been a fixture on Food Network since 2002. She’s been teaching aspiring comfort-food cooks how to prepare their own decadent creations, which use butter, sugar, and bacon as primary ingredients. On Jan. 17, 2012, she announced that she had been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes.

Deen has claimed that the foods that she features on her shows and in her cookbooks are not meant to be eaten every day. "I've always said, 'Practice moderation, y'all.' I'll probably say that a little louder now," Deen said after disclosing her diagnosis. However, a high-fat diet is a major risk factor for the disease, so the food she was famous for was the most likely culprit for her condition. Furthermore, it turned out that the diagnosis was 3 years old, and she had kept on hawking her deep-fried cheesecakes anyway.

She also announced that she had become the spokeswoman for the anti-diabetes drug Victoza, putting her in the unique position of promoting both a probable cause of, and treatment for, type 2 diabetes. She’s hardly the only celebrity chef to make an unusual endorsement deal.

The English chef Jamie Oliver has made a personal crusade out of visiting schools in the U.K. and the U.S. to discourage use of processed foods in children’s lunches. He has been critical of shopping at a supermarket, comparing it to a "factory" and saying that for his restaurant, he buys food exclusively "from specialist growers, organic suppliers, and farmers."

This viewpoint is perhaps at odds with his decision to appear in advertisements for the Sainsbury’s chain of U.K. supermarkets. In exchange for his endorsement, Oliver has been the recipient of more than $1.5 million a year for 11 years.

Back in the U.S., Rick Bayless has made a name for himself by specializing in Mexican cuisine. His series Mexico: One Plate at a Time is in its seventh season on PBS. He has been a strong advocate of the "Slow Food" movement, which promotes the use of natural ingredients and traditional food preparation, as opposed to mass-produced products and fast food.

People who were aware of Bayless’ views may have been confused when he began hawking a Burger King product in 2003. He defended his decision, saying that the 350-calorie Chicken Baguette sandwich that he was promoting was "a step in the right direction" for a fast-food company. He further explained that all the money he earned in the commercial spots would go to small farms that supplied food to restaurants in his native Chicago area.

Both Oliver and Bayless may have chosen eye-raising products to endorse, given their publicly stated views. However, in the end, their reputations didn’t suffer, and they continue to be held in the same regard as they were before making these endorsements. It’s too early to say what effect Deen’s endorsement of Victoza will have on her career, if any. However, celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain has been voicing his opinion about the matter, and so far, some people seem to agree with him.

"When your signature dish is hamburger in between a doughnut, and you've been cheerfully selling this stuff knowing all along that you've got type 2 Diabetes," he said, "it's in bad taste if nothing else."

— Daniel Bukszpan, CNBC

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12 Weird celebrity cleaning endorsements

It is a truth universally acknowledged that celebrities endorse a whole lot of weird products, and it is a truth universally acknowledged that the world wants to know more about these wacky goods. Here are 12 celebrities who have endorsed some sort of cleaning or hygiene product.

Kelly Ripa: Tide to Go pens

Kelly Ripa has got to be one of the most likable personalities in all of show business, and that&rsquos why when she uses her Tide to Go pen while singing, &ldquoNa Na, Hey Hey&rdquo it&rsquos just about the best thing we&rsquove ever seen.

Lisa Loeb: Bounty paper towels

It took a bit of Internet digging, but it&rsquos true. The woman behind the Bounty commercials is none other than our favorite raspy-voiced Lisa Loeb! This is simply thrilling. You know what would be even more thrilling? Lisa Loeb singing the commercials! Get on that, Bounty.

Terry Crews: Old Spice deodorant

Terry Crews has more energy and enthusiasm promoting Old Spice than most of us have in an entire year, and you know what? More power to him. More power to him.

Florence Henderson: Polident

Looking for a new denture cleaning product? Having a hard time soaking your teeth? Never fear, Mama Brady is here!

NFL players: One Wipe Charlies

Image source: Sportress of Blogitude

Don&rsquot even worry about it. &ldquoOne Wipe Charlies,&rdquo a male toilet wipe product, comes along with endorsements from four NFL players: Travis Frederick of the Dallas Cowboys, John Sullivan of the Minnesota Vikings, Eric Wood of the Buffalo Bills and Nick Hardwick of the San Diego Chargers. So there&rsquos that.

Alicia Sacramone: Secret deodorant

Alicia Sacramone&rsquos typical day includes putting on Secret Outlast and being a professional gymnast. Perhaps if we put on Secret Outlast, we will become gymnasts too? No?

Venus Williams: Tide with Febreze

&ldquoVenus smells victory!&rdquo &ldquoIf Tide plus Febreze works for Venus, imagine what it will do for you!&rdquo These are the real tag lines. We have added nothing.

Madonna: Miele vacuum cleaner

Image Source: [email protected]

Madonna&rsquos all about breaking down stereotypes and wearing cone bras and things. She&rsquos also about posing suggestively with a&hellip vacuum. You read that right. When Madonna posted this (non-endorsed) picture with a vacuum before the Met Ball, vacuum sales soared and Miele said they were thinking of doing an entire line in her honor.

Amy Sedaris: Downy fabric softener

Amy Sedaris calls herself a &ldquolaundry expert&rdquo and then proceeds to do an absolutely adorable commercial for Downy. We buy it. Amy. Come teach us your skills, you laundry specialist, you.

Bryan Cranston: Preparation H

A pre-Walter White Cranston promoting Preparation H is worthy of this list &mdash nay, every list on every topic. Ever. Ever ever.

Lisa Rinna: Depends

&ldquoAdult diapers&rdquo have got to be one of the most awkwardly named products on the face of this earth, but that doesn’t stop Lisa Rinna from giving her all in endorsing them. Lisa promotes Depends with class, humor and a slinky evening gown. That, my friends, is what we call talent.

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen: Aquafresh Toothpaste

Image source: Caspost

Remember back when MK and Ash Olsen were simply &ldquothe Olsen twins,&rdquo an unstoppable tween force that launched dozens of movies and set the standard for perfect highlights? Yes, well, during this time they were also promoting the Mary-Kate and Ashley Aquafresh toothpaste. It&rsquos totally normal that we want this for nostalgic purposes, right?


12 Weird celebrity cleaning endorsements

It is a truth universally acknowledged that celebrities endorse a whole lot of weird products, and it is a truth universally acknowledged that the world wants to know more about these wacky goods. Here are 12 celebrities who have endorsed some sort of cleaning or hygiene product.

Kelly Ripa: Tide to Go pens

Kelly Ripa has got to be one of the most likable personalities in all of show business, and that&rsquos why when she uses her Tide to Go pen while singing, &ldquoNa Na, Hey Hey&rdquo it&rsquos just about the best thing we&rsquove ever seen.

Lisa Loeb: Bounty paper towels

It took a bit of Internet digging, but it&rsquos true. The woman behind the Bounty commercials is none other than our favorite raspy-voiced Lisa Loeb! This is simply thrilling. You know what would be even more thrilling? Lisa Loeb singing the commercials! Get on that, Bounty.

Terry Crews: Old Spice deodorant

Terry Crews has more energy and enthusiasm promoting Old Spice than most of us have in an entire year, and you know what? More power to him. More power to him.

Florence Henderson: Polident

Looking for a new denture cleaning product? Having a hard time soaking your teeth? Never fear, Mama Brady is here!

NFL players: One Wipe Charlies

Image source: Sportress of Blogitude

Don&rsquot even worry about it. &ldquoOne Wipe Charlies,&rdquo a male toilet wipe product, comes along with endorsements from four NFL players: Travis Frederick of the Dallas Cowboys, John Sullivan of the Minnesota Vikings, Eric Wood of the Buffalo Bills and Nick Hardwick of the San Diego Chargers. So there&rsquos that.

Alicia Sacramone: Secret deodorant

Alicia Sacramone&rsquos typical day includes putting on Secret Outlast and being a professional gymnast. Perhaps if we put on Secret Outlast, we will become gymnasts too? No?

Venus Williams: Tide with Febreze

&ldquoVenus smells victory!&rdquo &ldquoIf Tide plus Febreze works for Venus, imagine what it will do for you!&rdquo These are the real tag lines. We have added nothing.

Madonna: Miele vacuum cleaner

Image Source: [email protected]

Madonna&rsquos all about breaking down stereotypes and wearing cone bras and things. She&rsquos also about posing suggestively with a&hellip vacuum. You read that right. When Madonna posted this (non-endorsed) picture with a vacuum before the Met Ball, vacuum sales soared and Miele said they were thinking of doing an entire line in her honor.

Amy Sedaris: Downy fabric softener

Amy Sedaris calls herself a &ldquolaundry expert&rdquo and then proceeds to do an absolutely adorable commercial for Downy. We buy it. Amy. Come teach us your skills, you laundry specialist, you.

Bryan Cranston: Preparation H

A pre-Walter White Cranston promoting Preparation H is worthy of this list &mdash nay, every list on every topic. Ever. Ever ever.

Lisa Rinna: Depends

&ldquoAdult diapers&rdquo have got to be one of the most awkwardly named products on the face of this earth, but that doesn’t stop Lisa Rinna from giving her all in endorsing them. Lisa promotes Depends with class, humor and a slinky evening gown. That, my friends, is what we call talent.

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen: Aquafresh Toothpaste

Image source: Caspost

Remember back when MK and Ash Olsen were simply &ldquothe Olsen twins,&rdquo an unstoppable tween force that launched dozens of movies and set the standard for perfect highlights? Yes, well, during this time they were also promoting the Mary-Kate and Ashley Aquafresh toothpaste. It&rsquos totally normal that we want this for nostalgic purposes, right?


12 Weird celebrity cleaning endorsements

It is a truth universally acknowledged that celebrities endorse a whole lot of weird products, and it is a truth universally acknowledged that the world wants to know more about these wacky goods. Here are 12 celebrities who have endorsed some sort of cleaning or hygiene product.

Kelly Ripa: Tide to Go pens

Kelly Ripa has got to be one of the most likable personalities in all of show business, and that&rsquos why when she uses her Tide to Go pen while singing, &ldquoNa Na, Hey Hey&rdquo it&rsquos just about the best thing we&rsquove ever seen.

Lisa Loeb: Bounty paper towels

It took a bit of Internet digging, but it&rsquos true. The woman behind the Bounty commercials is none other than our favorite raspy-voiced Lisa Loeb! This is simply thrilling. You know what would be even more thrilling? Lisa Loeb singing the commercials! Get on that, Bounty.

Terry Crews: Old Spice deodorant

Terry Crews has more energy and enthusiasm promoting Old Spice than most of us have in an entire year, and you know what? More power to him. More power to him.

Florence Henderson: Polident

Looking for a new denture cleaning product? Having a hard time soaking your teeth? Never fear, Mama Brady is here!

NFL players: One Wipe Charlies

Image source: Sportress of Blogitude

Don&rsquot even worry about it. &ldquoOne Wipe Charlies,&rdquo a male toilet wipe product, comes along with endorsements from four NFL players: Travis Frederick of the Dallas Cowboys, John Sullivan of the Minnesota Vikings, Eric Wood of the Buffalo Bills and Nick Hardwick of the San Diego Chargers. So there&rsquos that.

Alicia Sacramone: Secret deodorant

Alicia Sacramone&rsquos typical day includes putting on Secret Outlast and being a professional gymnast. Perhaps if we put on Secret Outlast, we will become gymnasts too? No?

Venus Williams: Tide with Febreze

&ldquoVenus smells victory!&rdquo &ldquoIf Tide plus Febreze works for Venus, imagine what it will do for you!&rdquo These are the real tag lines. We have added nothing.

Madonna: Miele vacuum cleaner

Image Source: [email protected]

Madonna&rsquos all about breaking down stereotypes and wearing cone bras and things. She&rsquos also about posing suggestively with a&hellip vacuum. You read that right. When Madonna posted this (non-endorsed) picture with a vacuum before the Met Ball, vacuum sales soared and Miele said they were thinking of doing an entire line in her honor.

Amy Sedaris: Downy fabric softener

Amy Sedaris calls herself a &ldquolaundry expert&rdquo and then proceeds to do an absolutely adorable commercial for Downy. We buy it. Amy. Come teach us your skills, you laundry specialist, you.

Bryan Cranston: Preparation H

A pre-Walter White Cranston promoting Preparation H is worthy of this list &mdash nay, every list on every topic. Ever. Ever ever.

Lisa Rinna: Depends

&ldquoAdult diapers&rdquo have got to be one of the most awkwardly named products on the face of this earth, but that doesn’t stop Lisa Rinna from giving her all in endorsing them. Lisa promotes Depends with class, humor and a slinky evening gown. That, my friends, is what we call talent.

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen: Aquafresh Toothpaste

Image source: Caspost

Remember back when MK and Ash Olsen were simply &ldquothe Olsen twins,&rdquo an unstoppable tween force that launched dozens of movies and set the standard for perfect highlights? Yes, well, during this time they were also promoting the Mary-Kate and Ashley Aquafresh toothpaste. It&rsquos totally normal that we want this for nostalgic purposes, right?


12 Weird celebrity cleaning endorsements

It is a truth universally acknowledged that celebrities endorse a whole lot of weird products, and it is a truth universally acknowledged that the world wants to know more about these wacky goods. Here are 12 celebrities who have endorsed some sort of cleaning or hygiene product.

Kelly Ripa: Tide to Go pens

Kelly Ripa has got to be one of the most likable personalities in all of show business, and that&rsquos why when she uses her Tide to Go pen while singing, &ldquoNa Na, Hey Hey&rdquo it&rsquos just about the best thing we&rsquove ever seen.

Lisa Loeb: Bounty paper towels

It took a bit of Internet digging, but it&rsquos true. The woman behind the Bounty commercials is none other than our favorite raspy-voiced Lisa Loeb! This is simply thrilling. You know what would be even more thrilling? Lisa Loeb singing the commercials! Get on that, Bounty.

Terry Crews: Old Spice deodorant

Terry Crews has more energy and enthusiasm promoting Old Spice than most of us have in an entire year, and you know what? More power to him. More power to him.

Florence Henderson: Polident

Looking for a new denture cleaning product? Having a hard time soaking your teeth? Never fear, Mama Brady is here!

NFL players: One Wipe Charlies

Image source: Sportress of Blogitude

Don&rsquot even worry about it. &ldquoOne Wipe Charlies,&rdquo a male toilet wipe product, comes along with endorsements from four NFL players: Travis Frederick of the Dallas Cowboys, John Sullivan of the Minnesota Vikings, Eric Wood of the Buffalo Bills and Nick Hardwick of the San Diego Chargers. So there&rsquos that.

Alicia Sacramone: Secret deodorant

Alicia Sacramone&rsquos typical day includes putting on Secret Outlast and being a professional gymnast. Perhaps if we put on Secret Outlast, we will become gymnasts too? No?

Venus Williams: Tide with Febreze

&ldquoVenus smells victory!&rdquo &ldquoIf Tide plus Febreze works for Venus, imagine what it will do for you!&rdquo These are the real tag lines. We have added nothing.

Madonna: Miele vacuum cleaner

Image Source: [email protected]

Madonna&rsquos all about breaking down stereotypes and wearing cone bras and things. She&rsquos also about posing suggestively with a&hellip vacuum. You read that right. When Madonna posted this (non-endorsed) picture with a vacuum before the Met Ball, vacuum sales soared and Miele said they were thinking of doing an entire line in her honor.

Amy Sedaris: Downy fabric softener

Amy Sedaris calls herself a &ldquolaundry expert&rdquo and then proceeds to do an absolutely adorable commercial for Downy. We buy it. Amy. Come teach us your skills, you laundry specialist, you.

Bryan Cranston: Preparation H

A pre-Walter White Cranston promoting Preparation H is worthy of this list &mdash nay, every list on every topic. Ever. Ever ever.

Lisa Rinna: Depends

&ldquoAdult diapers&rdquo have got to be one of the most awkwardly named products on the face of this earth, but that doesn’t stop Lisa Rinna from giving her all in endorsing them. Lisa promotes Depends with class, humor and a slinky evening gown. That, my friends, is what we call talent.

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen: Aquafresh Toothpaste

Image source: Caspost

Remember back when MK and Ash Olsen were simply &ldquothe Olsen twins,&rdquo an unstoppable tween force that launched dozens of movies and set the standard for perfect highlights? Yes, well, during this time they were also promoting the Mary-Kate and Ashley Aquafresh toothpaste. It&rsquos totally normal that we want this for nostalgic purposes, right?


12 Weird celebrity cleaning endorsements

It is a truth universally acknowledged that celebrities endorse a whole lot of weird products, and it is a truth universally acknowledged that the world wants to know more about these wacky goods. Here are 12 celebrities who have endorsed some sort of cleaning or hygiene product.

Kelly Ripa: Tide to Go pens

Kelly Ripa has got to be one of the most likable personalities in all of show business, and that&rsquos why when she uses her Tide to Go pen while singing, &ldquoNa Na, Hey Hey&rdquo it&rsquos just about the best thing we&rsquove ever seen.

Lisa Loeb: Bounty paper towels

It took a bit of Internet digging, but it&rsquos true. The woman behind the Bounty commercials is none other than our favorite raspy-voiced Lisa Loeb! This is simply thrilling. You know what would be even more thrilling? Lisa Loeb singing the commercials! Get on that, Bounty.

Terry Crews: Old Spice deodorant

Terry Crews has more energy and enthusiasm promoting Old Spice than most of us have in an entire year, and you know what? More power to him. More power to him.

Florence Henderson: Polident

Looking for a new denture cleaning product? Having a hard time soaking your teeth? Never fear, Mama Brady is here!

NFL players: One Wipe Charlies

Image source: Sportress of Blogitude

Don&rsquot even worry about it. &ldquoOne Wipe Charlies,&rdquo a male toilet wipe product, comes along with endorsements from four NFL players: Travis Frederick of the Dallas Cowboys, John Sullivan of the Minnesota Vikings, Eric Wood of the Buffalo Bills and Nick Hardwick of the San Diego Chargers. So there&rsquos that.

Alicia Sacramone: Secret deodorant

Alicia Sacramone&rsquos typical day includes putting on Secret Outlast and being a professional gymnast. Perhaps if we put on Secret Outlast, we will become gymnasts too? No?

Venus Williams: Tide with Febreze

&ldquoVenus smells victory!&rdquo &ldquoIf Tide plus Febreze works for Venus, imagine what it will do for you!&rdquo These are the real tag lines. We have added nothing.

Madonna: Miele vacuum cleaner

Image Source: [email protected]

Madonna&rsquos all about breaking down stereotypes and wearing cone bras and things. She&rsquos also about posing suggestively with a&hellip vacuum. You read that right. When Madonna posted this (non-endorsed) picture with a vacuum before the Met Ball, vacuum sales soared and Miele said they were thinking of doing an entire line in her honor.

Amy Sedaris: Downy fabric softener

Amy Sedaris calls herself a &ldquolaundry expert&rdquo and then proceeds to do an absolutely adorable commercial for Downy. We buy it. Amy. Come teach us your skills, you laundry specialist, you.

Bryan Cranston: Preparation H

A pre-Walter White Cranston promoting Preparation H is worthy of this list &mdash nay, every list on every topic. Ever. Ever ever.

Lisa Rinna: Depends

&ldquoAdult diapers&rdquo have got to be one of the most awkwardly named products on the face of this earth, but that doesn’t stop Lisa Rinna from giving her all in endorsing them. Lisa promotes Depends with class, humor and a slinky evening gown. That, my friends, is what we call talent.

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen: Aquafresh Toothpaste

Image source: Caspost

Remember back when MK and Ash Olsen were simply &ldquothe Olsen twins,&rdquo an unstoppable tween force that launched dozens of movies and set the standard for perfect highlights? Yes, well, during this time they were also promoting the Mary-Kate and Ashley Aquafresh toothpaste. It&rsquos totally normal that we want this for nostalgic purposes, right?


12 Weird celebrity cleaning endorsements

It is a truth universally acknowledged that celebrities endorse a whole lot of weird products, and it is a truth universally acknowledged that the world wants to know more about these wacky goods. Here are 12 celebrities who have endorsed some sort of cleaning or hygiene product.

Kelly Ripa: Tide to Go pens

Kelly Ripa has got to be one of the most likable personalities in all of show business, and that&rsquos why when she uses her Tide to Go pen while singing, &ldquoNa Na, Hey Hey&rdquo it&rsquos just about the best thing we&rsquove ever seen.

Lisa Loeb: Bounty paper towels

It took a bit of Internet digging, but it&rsquos true. The woman behind the Bounty commercials is none other than our favorite raspy-voiced Lisa Loeb! This is simply thrilling. You know what would be even more thrilling? Lisa Loeb singing the commercials! Get on that, Bounty.

Terry Crews: Old Spice deodorant

Terry Crews has more energy and enthusiasm promoting Old Spice than most of us have in an entire year, and you know what? More power to him. More power to him.

Florence Henderson: Polident

Looking for a new denture cleaning product? Having a hard time soaking your teeth? Never fear, Mama Brady is here!

NFL players: One Wipe Charlies

Image source: Sportress of Blogitude

Don&rsquot even worry about it. &ldquoOne Wipe Charlies,&rdquo a male toilet wipe product, comes along with endorsements from four NFL players: Travis Frederick of the Dallas Cowboys, John Sullivan of the Minnesota Vikings, Eric Wood of the Buffalo Bills and Nick Hardwick of the San Diego Chargers. So there&rsquos that.

Alicia Sacramone: Secret deodorant

Alicia Sacramone&rsquos typical day includes putting on Secret Outlast and being a professional gymnast. Perhaps if we put on Secret Outlast, we will become gymnasts too? No?

Venus Williams: Tide with Febreze

&ldquoVenus smells victory!&rdquo &ldquoIf Tide plus Febreze works for Venus, imagine what it will do for you!&rdquo These are the real tag lines. We have added nothing.

Madonna: Miele vacuum cleaner

Image Source: [email protected]

Madonna&rsquos all about breaking down stereotypes and wearing cone bras and things. She&rsquos also about posing suggestively with a&hellip vacuum. You read that right. When Madonna posted this (non-endorsed) picture with a vacuum before the Met Ball, vacuum sales soared and Miele said they were thinking of doing an entire line in her honor.

Amy Sedaris: Downy fabric softener

Amy Sedaris calls herself a &ldquolaundry expert&rdquo and then proceeds to do an absolutely adorable commercial for Downy. We buy it. Amy. Come teach us your skills, you laundry specialist, you.

Bryan Cranston: Preparation H

A pre-Walter White Cranston promoting Preparation H is worthy of this list &mdash nay, every list on every topic. Ever. Ever ever.

Lisa Rinna: Depends

&ldquoAdult diapers&rdquo have got to be one of the most awkwardly named products on the face of this earth, but that doesn’t stop Lisa Rinna from giving her all in endorsing them. Lisa promotes Depends with class, humor and a slinky evening gown. That, my friends, is what we call talent.

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen: Aquafresh Toothpaste

Image source: Caspost

Remember back when MK and Ash Olsen were simply &ldquothe Olsen twins,&rdquo an unstoppable tween force that launched dozens of movies and set the standard for perfect highlights? Yes, well, during this time they were also promoting the Mary-Kate and Ashley Aquafresh toothpaste. It&rsquos totally normal that we want this for nostalgic purposes, right?


12 Weird celebrity cleaning endorsements

It is a truth universally acknowledged that celebrities endorse a whole lot of weird products, and it is a truth universally acknowledged that the world wants to know more about these wacky goods. Here are 12 celebrities who have endorsed some sort of cleaning or hygiene product.

Kelly Ripa: Tide to Go pens

Kelly Ripa has got to be one of the most likable personalities in all of show business, and that&rsquos why when she uses her Tide to Go pen while singing, &ldquoNa Na, Hey Hey&rdquo it&rsquos just about the best thing we&rsquove ever seen.

Lisa Loeb: Bounty paper towels

It took a bit of Internet digging, but it&rsquos true. The woman behind the Bounty commercials is none other than our favorite raspy-voiced Lisa Loeb! This is simply thrilling. You know what would be even more thrilling? Lisa Loeb singing the commercials! Get on that, Bounty.

Terry Crews: Old Spice deodorant

Terry Crews has more energy and enthusiasm promoting Old Spice than most of us have in an entire year, and you know what? More power to him. More power to him.

Florence Henderson: Polident

Looking for a new denture cleaning product? Having a hard time soaking your teeth? Never fear, Mama Brady is here!

NFL players: One Wipe Charlies

Image source: Sportress of Blogitude

Don&rsquot even worry about it. &ldquoOne Wipe Charlies,&rdquo a male toilet wipe product, comes along with endorsements from four NFL players: Travis Frederick of the Dallas Cowboys, John Sullivan of the Minnesota Vikings, Eric Wood of the Buffalo Bills and Nick Hardwick of the San Diego Chargers. So there&rsquos that.

Alicia Sacramone: Secret deodorant

Alicia Sacramone&rsquos typical day includes putting on Secret Outlast and being a professional gymnast. Perhaps if we put on Secret Outlast, we will become gymnasts too? No?

Venus Williams: Tide with Febreze

&ldquoVenus smells victory!&rdquo &ldquoIf Tide plus Febreze works for Venus, imagine what it will do for you!&rdquo These are the real tag lines. We have added nothing.

Madonna: Miele vacuum cleaner

Image Source: [email protected]

Madonna&rsquos all about breaking down stereotypes and wearing cone bras and things. She&rsquos also about posing suggestively with a&hellip vacuum. You read that right. When Madonna posted this (non-endorsed) picture with a vacuum before the Met Ball, vacuum sales soared and Miele said they were thinking of doing an entire line in her honor.

Amy Sedaris: Downy fabric softener

Amy Sedaris calls herself a &ldquolaundry expert&rdquo and then proceeds to do an absolutely adorable commercial for Downy. We buy it. Amy. Come teach us your skills, you laundry specialist, you.

Bryan Cranston: Preparation H

A pre-Walter White Cranston promoting Preparation H is worthy of this list &mdash nay, every list on every topic. Ever. Ever ever.

Lisa Rinna: Depends

&ldquoAdult diapers&rdquo have got to be one of the most awkwardly named products on the face of this earth, but that doesn’t stop Lisa Rinna from giving her all in endorsing them. Lisa promotes Depends with class, humor and a slinky evening gown. That, my friends, is what we call talent.

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen: Aquafresh Toothpaste

Image source: Caspost

Remember back when MK and Ash Olsen were simply &ldquothe Olsen twins,&rdquo an unstoppable tween force that launched dozens of movies and set the standard for perfect highlights? Yes, well, during this time they were also promoting the Mary-Kate and Ashley Aquafresh toothpaste. It&rsquos totally normal that we want this for nostalgic purposes, right?


12 Weird celebrity cleaning endorsements

It is a truth universally acknowledged that celebrities endorse a whole lot of weird products, and it is a truth universally acknowledged that the world wants to know more about these wacky goods. Here are 12 celebrities who have endorsed some sort of cleaning or hygiene product.

Kelly Ripa: Tide to Go pens

Kelly Ripa has got to be one of the most likable personalities in all of show business, and that&rsquos why when she uses her Tide to Go pen while singing, &ldquoNa Na, Hey Hey&rdquo it&rsquos just about the best thing we&rsquove ever seen.

Lisa Loeb: Bounty paper towels

It took a bit of Internet digging, but it&rsquos true. The woman behind the Bounty commercials is none other than our favorite raspy-voiced Lisa Loeb! This is simply thrilling. You know what would be even more thrilling? Lisa Loeb singing the commercials! Get on that, Bounty.

Terry Crews: Old Spice deodorant

Terry Crews has more energy and enthusiasm promoting Old Spice than most of us have in an entire year, and you know what? More power to him. More power to him.

Florence Henderson: Polident

Looking for a new denture cleaning product? Having a hard time soaking your teeth? Never fear, Mama Brady is here!

NFL players: One Wipe Charlies

Image source: Sportress of Blogitude

Don&rsquot even worry about it. &ldquoOne Wipe Charlies,&rdquo a male toilet wipe product, comes along with endorsements from four NFL players: Travis Frederick of the Dallas Cowboys, John Sullivan of the Minnesota Vikings, Eric Wood of the Buffalo Bills and Nick Hardwick of the San Diego Chargers. So there&rsquos that.

Alicia Sacramone: Secret deodorant

Alicia Sacramone&rsquos typical day includes putting on Secret Outlast and being a professional gymnast. Perhaps if we put on Secret Outlast, we will become gymnasts too? No?

Venus Williams: Tide with Febreze

&ldquoVenus smells victory!&rdquo &ldquoIf Tide plus Febreze works for Venus, imagine what it will do for you!&rdquo These are the real tag lines. We have added nothing.

Madonna: Miele vacuum cleaner

Image Source: [email protected]

Madonna&rsquos all about breaking down stereotypes and wearing cone bras and things. She&rsquos also about posing suggestively with a&hellip vacuum. You read that right. When Madonna posted this (non-endorsed) picture with a vacuum before the Met Ball, vacuum sales soared and Miele said they were thinking of doing an entire line in her honor.

Amy Sedaris: Downy fabric softener

Amy Sedaris calls herself a &ldquolaundry expert&rdquo and then proceeds to do an absolutely adorable commercial for Downy. We buy it. Amy. Come teach us your skills, you laundry specialist, you.

Bryan Cranston: Preparation H

A pre-Walter White Cranston promoting Preparation H is worthy of this list &mdash nay, every list on every topic. Ever. Ever ever.

Lisa Rinna: Depends

&ldquoAdult diapers&rdquo have got to be one of the most awkwardly named products on the face of this earth, but that doesn’t stop Lisa Rinna from giving her all in endorsing them. Lisa promotes Depends with class, humor and a slinky evening gown. That, my friends, is what we call talent.

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen: Aquafresh Toothpaste

Image source: Caspost

Remember back when MK and Ash Olsen were simply &ldquothe Olsen twins,&rdquo an unstoppable tween force that launched dozens of movies and set the standard for perfect highlights? Yes, well, during this time they were also promoting the Mary-Kate and Ashley Aquafresh toothpaste. It&rsquos totally normal that we want this for nostalgic purposes, right?


12 Weird celebrity cleaning endorsements

It is a truth universally acknowledged that celebrities endorse a whole lot of weird products, and it is a truth universally acknowledged that the world wants to know more about these wacky goods. Here are 12 celebrities who have endorsed some sort of cleaning or hygiene product.

Kelly Ripa: Tide to Go pens

Kelly Ripa has got to be one of the most likable personalities in all of show business, and that&rsquos why when she uses her Tide to Go pen while singing, &ldquoNa Na, Hey Hey&rdquo it&rsquos just about the best thing we&rsquove ever seen.

Lisa Loeb: Bounty paper towels

It took a bit of Internet digging, but it&rsquos true. The woman behind the Bounty commercials is none other than our favorite raspy-voiced Lisa Loeb! This is simply thrilling. You know what would be even more thrilling? Lisa Loeb singing the commercials! Get on that, Bounty.

Terry Crews: Old Spice deodorant

Terry Crews has more energy and enthusiasm promoting Old Spice than most of us have in an entire year, and you know what? More power to him. More power to him.

Florence Henderson: Polident

Looking for a new denture cleaning product? Having a hard time soaking your teeth? Never fear, Mama Brady is here!

NFL players: One Wipe Charlies

Image source: Sportress of Blogitude

Don&rsquot even worry about it. &ldquoOne Wipe Charlies,&rdquo a male toilet wipe product, comes along with endorsements from four NFL players: Travis Frederick of the Dallas Cowboys, John Sullivan of the Minnesota Vikings, Eric Wood of the Buffalo Bills and Nick Hardwick of the San Diego Chargers. So there&rsquos that.

Alicia Sacramone: Secret deodorant

Alicia Sacramone&rsquos typical day includes putting on Secret Outlast and being a professional gymnast. Perhaps if we put on Secret Outlast, we will become gymnasts too? No?

Venus Williams: Tide with Febreze

&ldquoVenus smells victory!&rdquo &ldquoIf Tide plus Febreze works for Venus, imagine what it will do for you!&rdquo These are the real tag lines. We have added nothing.

Madonna: Miele vacuum cleaner

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Madonna&rsquos all about breaking down stereotypes and wearing cone bras and things. She&rsquos also about posing suggestively with a&hellip vacuum. You read that right. When Madonna posted this (non-endorsed) picture with a vacuum before the Met Ball, vacuum sales soared and Miele said they were thinking of doing an entire line in her honor.

Amy Sedaris: Downy fabric softener

Amy Sedaris calls herself a &ldquolaundry expert&rdquo and then proceeds to do an absolutely adorable commercial for Downy. We buy it. Amy. Come teach us your skills, you laundry specialist, you.

Bryan Cranston: Preparation H

A pre-Walter White Cranston promoting Preparation H is worthy of this list &mdash nay, every list on every topic. Ever. Ever ever.

Lisa Rinna: Depends

&ldquoAdult diapers&rdquo have got to be one of the most awkwardly named products on the face of this earth, but that doesn’t stop Lisa Rinna from giving her all in endorsing them. Lisa promotes Depends with class, humor and a slinky evening gown. That, my friends, is what we call talent.

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen: Aquafresh Toothpaste

Image source: Caspost

Remember back when MK and Ash Olsen were simply &ldquothe Olsen twins,&rdquo an unstoppable tween force that launched dozens of movies and set the standard for perfect highlights? Yes, well, during this time they were also promoting the Mary-Kate and Ashley Aquafresh toothpaste. It&rsquos totally normal that we want this for nostalgic purposes, right?


12 Weird celebrity cleaning endorsements

It is a truth universally acknowledged that celebrities endorse a whole lot of weird products, and it is a truth universally acknowledged that the world wants to know more about these wacky goods. Here are 12 celebrities who have endorsed some sort of cleaning or hygiene product.

Kelly Ripa: Tide to Go pens

Kelly Ripa has got to be one of the most likable personalities in all of show business, and that&rsquos why when she uses her Tide to Go pen while singing, &ldquoNa Na, Hey Hey&rdquo it&rsquos just about the best thing we&rsquove ever seen.

Lisa Loeb: Bounty paper towels

It took a bit of Internet digging, but it&rsquos true. The woman behind the Bounty commercials is none other than our favorite raspy-voiced Lisa Loeb! This is simply thrilling. You know what would be even more thrilling? Lisa Loeb singing the commercials! Get on that, Bounty.

Terry Crews: Old Spice deodorant

Terry Crews has more energy and enthusiasm promoting Old Spice than most of us have in an entire year, and you know what? More power to him. More power to him.

Florence Henderson: Polident

Looking for a new denture cleaning product? Having a hard time soaking your teeth? Never fear, Mama Brady is here!

NFL players: One Wipe Charlies

Image source: Sportress of Blogitude

Don&rsquot even worry about it. &ldquoOne Wipe Charlies,&rdquo a male toilet wipe product, comes along with endorsements from four NFL players: Travis Frederick of the Dallas Cowboys, John Sullivan of the Minnesota Vikings, Eric Wood of the Buffalo Bills and Nick Hardwick of the San Diego Chargers. So there&rsquos that.

Alicia Sacramone: Secret deodorant

Alicia Sacramone&rsquos typical day includes putting on Secret Outlast and being a professional gymnast. Perhaps if we put on Secret Outlast, we will become gymnasts too? No?

Venus Williams: Tide with Febreze

&ldquoVenus smells victory!&rdquo &ldquoIf Tide plus Febreze works for Venus, imagine what it will do for you!&rdquo These are the real tag lines. We have added nothing.

Madonna: Miele vacuum cleaner

Image Source: [email protected]

Madonna&rsquos all about breaking down stereotypes and wearing cone bras and things. She&rsquos also about posing suggestively with a&hellip vacuum. You read that right. When Madonna posted this (non-endorsed) picture with a vacuum before the Met Ball, vacuum sales soared and Miele said they were thinking of doing an entire line in her honor.

Amy Sedaris: Downy fabric softener

Amy Sedaris calls herself a &ldquolaundry expert&rdquo and then proceeds to do an absolutely adorable commercial for Downy. We buy it. Amy. Come teach us your skills, you laundry specialist, you.

Bryan Cranston: Preparation H

A pre-Walter White Cranston promoting Preparation H is worthy of this list &mdash nay, every list on every topic. Ever. Ever ever.

Lisa Rinna: Depends

&ldquoAdult diapers&rdquo have got to be one of the most awkwardly named products on the face of this earth, but that doesn’t stop Lisa Rinna from giving her all in endorsing them. Lisa promotes Depends with class, humor and a slinky evening gown. That, my friends, is what we call talent.

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen: Aquafresh Toothpaste

Image source: Caspost

Remember back when MK and Ash Olsen were simply &ldquothe Olsen twins,&rdquo an unstoppable tween force that launched dozens of movies and set the standard for perfect highlights? Yes, well, during this time they were also promoting the Mary-Kate and Ashley Aquafresh toothpaste. It&rsquos totally normal that we want this for nostalgic purposes, right?



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