Matt Damon and I are pretty much not alike at all, but one thing we could bond over: we both hate snakes. Apparently Damon was so squeamish around the reptiles on the set of his new movie “We Bought a Zoo,” that his co-star Scarlett Johansson made fun of him. “He was definitely sweating a bit, and maybe the sweat formed in the corner of his eye,” she told People. “I said, ‘Matt, these kids are practically juggling the snakes. Hold it together.’” Johansson recalled watching Damon “cry like a baby and rock back and forth when the snakes were spread all over the set.”
Hey, lay off him Scarlett! I’m right there with you, Matt. Snakes are just not right. Click through to check out some other notable — and notably strange — celeb phobias.
I am a big fan of natural teeth. Snaggleteeth, gap teeth, overbites—I think a quirky smile gives a girl unique charm. Slightly gap-toothed myself, I was annoyed when my mother suggested I might want braces like my brother had. What’s so wrong with accepting your teeth the way they are? Snaggletoothed beauty Kirsten Dunst
had similar issues. “I love my snaggle fangs. They give me character and character is sexy. People comment, but the only person who ever told me to fix them was my mom … I just went my own way, like daughters do,” she said in the new Elle UK
. Unfortunately there were no close-up shots of her snaggles in the photo spread. Very disappointing. But good for her for resisting the pressure from mom and Hollywood at large and keeping her real teeth. [Celebitchy
Click through to see some more lovely snaggletoothed celebs, some of whom didn’t have Kirsten’s confidence.
I feel uncomfortable just looking at this picture. Discovering that someone you know owns a pair of baby doll slippers should be an automatic friendship/dating dealbreaker as they are most likely a serial killer. [Buzzfeed] Keep reading »