Kid Rock was, for a good couple weeks, the husband of Pamela Anderson. He is a rock God. Not really. But a redneck hero just the same. At...

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There's a faction among us who might say that people like Michael Sam would ruin the sanctity of marriage should gay marriage be made legal nationwide.

But those people obviously aren't looking at the frequent break-ups taking place in Hollywood. Stars who make it more than a year in a marriage are something of a novelty.

Five years? INCONCEIVABLE! 

Britney Spears married Jason Alexander for a whopping 55 hours; Kim Kardashian was married to Kris Humphries for 72 days before they split (their divorce, however, took 581 days to be finalized). 

The price tag on that fairytale happily-ever-three-months-from-now? Around $10 million dollars. (But her wedding to Kanye West? That's coming in at $30 million.)

INSANITY. And they're not alone. Far from it, in fact.

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Kris Humphries and Kim Kardashian
A mere 72 days after saying "I do," Kris Humphries and Kim Kardashian said "I don't anymore." Their divorce took 581 DAYS!

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Some celebrities worked their way up from humble beginnings to earn worldwide fame and seven-figure bank accounts.

Others were born with show business connections, but they still had to struggle and work hard to avoid flipping burgers to chip away at crippling student loan debt.

But there's another, slightly less common subset of celebrities - those born into such privilege they could've never worked a day in their lives and their posh lifestyles would still make us jealous.

Lady Gaga
Gaga grew up in Manhattan's posh Upper East Side. She is the daughter of a successful Internet entrepreneur.

Yes, these are the stars who lived the good life from day one, the celebs born with a silver spoon in their mouth and tailored Yves-Saint Laurent diapers on their tuchis.

Some may not surprise you (Gwyneth Paltrow didn't become that snooty overnight) while others you may not have known about (Rooney Mara's family owns two NFL teams?!) 

But whether they flaunt their classy pasts or try to hide them, these stars all have one thing in common: they were richer than most folks in Hollywood before they learned to talk.

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Kid Rock is not what you'd call a big fan of Justin Bieber.

He spoke out about the star on Howard Stern's radio show on Wednesday, likening Bieber to Vanilla Ice, and predicting his long, hard fall from grace.

Or whatever you'd call where Justin is right now.

Rock was promoting his $20 Best Night Ever tour, where he's charging fans only $20 a ticket, when the topic of Bieber's recent woes came up.

"Tell me if this is wrong," he asked Howard. "Justin Bieber ... is 100 percent like watching Vanilla Ice all over again. It's exactly the same."

When Stern remarked that Ice was a one-hit wonder, Rock amusingly responded, "Well, then as soon as Bieber has a hit, he'll be like Vanilla Ice."

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Kid Rock said what was on a lot of people's minds last night when he took the stage and delivered a major diss at the 2013 Billboard Music Awards.

Taking the mic from Tracy Morgan to present Top Rap Song honors, he told the audience to "Give it up for people lip-synching under pre-recorded music."

BURN! The barb came after performances from Selena Gomez, Icona Pop and Chris Brown, but it's unclear if he was calling anyone out specifically.

He was also holding what appeared to be a coffee cup. Hilarious.

Ah, Kid Rock. No matter what you think of his music, the man is an artiste. One with no tolerance for pansies getting up there and mouthing lyrics.

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He's been one of the few celebrities on the side of Conservatives of the past few years, openly campaigning for Mitt Romney in 2012.

But in a new interview with Rolling Stone, Kid Rock makes he feelings on the GOP rather well-known, telling the magazine:

"I'm f-cking embarrassed to be a Republican."

Kid Rock in Concert

Is he reacting to Mitch McConnell slamming Ashley Judd? Republicans' take on gun control? Not exactly.

Rock is peeved over legislation that has raised concert ticket prices.

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Don't add Kid Rock to the list of memorable Republican freakouts following President Barack Obama's reelection last night. Dude's actually pretty chill about it.

The hardcore Mitt Romney supporter ran into Obama at this weekend’s Kennedy Center Honors in D.C., and says the two were - gasp - actually cordial.

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Rock told CNN that the two spoke at the annual event and quickly put their campaign differences behind them, and that both had a good time together.

“It was nice. I saw the president tonight. He said, ‘I’m still here.’ I said, ‘No hard feelings.’”

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There's nothing like a good celebrity feud.

Sure, we all go through bad breakups, say things we wish we could take back and argue with others, but when the stars do it, it's so much more interesting!

As the year winds down, we've examined 2010's top celebrity mistresses and sex tapes. Now, THG takes a look at the year's 10 best celebrity spats here ...

10. Brett Favre vs. Jenn Sterger    

In a classic he said/she said deal, a former Jets reporter alleged sexual harassment by the NFL legend, who says he was just hollering. Perhaps. Some say the biggest crime was thinking Brett Favre's small junk was going to impress somebody.

9. Sarah Palin vs. PETA

We'd rank Sarah Palin higher, but public wars of words lose some of their edge when you go out of your way to start them. Still, her exchange with PETA over hunting was classic. Bristol Palin and Willow Palin had some good ones, too.

8. Kid Rock vs. Steven Tyler

The former called the latter's hiring by American Idol "the stupidest thing he's ever done in his life" and termed him "an idiot" for good measure. The Aerosmith rocker responded that Kid is "just jealous." Not sure about that one, Steve.

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This might be the first and last time Bilyl Ray Cyrus is ever compared to Kid Rock.

But the newly single father of Miley Cyrus walked the red carpet of the Country Music Awards last night, all by his lonesome, following his recent divorce from wife Tish.

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The Detroit rocker did the same, refraining from once again calling Steven Tyler an idiot and simply posing for photographers in his usual attire. Check out both quasi studs here and then vote in our poll:

Who looks sexier?

 

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American Idol fans may be torn on new judge Steven Tyler, but Kid Rock has made it very clear what he thinks of this rocker's decision to join the show.

"I think it's the stupidest thing he's ever done in his life," the Detroit native told Entertainment Weekly.

Kid says he loves the Aerosmith front man "to death," but adds:

"He's a sacred American institution of rock 'n roll and he just threw it all out the window. Just stomped on it and set it on fire... I think whoever's advising him, we should bring back the guillotine or whatever they call that thing. And if it was himself, he needs some serious counseling."

Tell us how you really feel, Kid Rock. Stop holding back. What do you think, readers? Are you happy Tyler and J. Lo are joining Idol?

 

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You could call Kid Rock the anti-Ashton Kutcher.

While the latter has amassed more Twitter followers than there are people in the state of Rhode Island, the former would just as soon kill himself than Tweet.

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And while we dislike his use of "gay" as an apparent synonym for "lame," there is something to be said about this honest, surprisingly self-aware analysis:

"It's gay. If one more person asks me if I have a Twitter, I'm going to tell them, 'Twitter this [bleep], mother[bleep]er,'" the rocker recently told Rolling Stone.

"I don't have anything to say, and what I have to say is not that relevant. Anything relevant, I'm going to bottle up and squeeze it onto a record somewhere."

We suppose that's for the best. That was more than 140 characters anyway.

Guess that means this guy isn't the real Kid Rock too. We feel so used.

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