Also: Seth Green is short, Jeffrey Ross is ugly, etc.
HOLLYWOOD, Aug. 2, 2000 -- What's so funny about fat people? In the old days, the singing fat lady signaled the proverbial end of the show. But in Hollywood today, the fat lady -- and the fat guy, and the fat kid, etc. -- has become a signal to start the laugh track. Consider this: Eddie Murphy plays not one, not two, but a whole clan of fat people in "Nutty Professor II: The Klumps." Martin Lawrence dons drag as a fat grandma in "Big Momma's House." Heavyweight John Goodman dances on a bar top
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Chris Hemsworth as John Smith? Yes, please. We cast (or re-cast) celebs as their Disney character counterparts.
You'll be surprised by the names on these celebrities' birth certificates!
Are these men drinking from the fountain of youth? Because we sure want some.
You won't believe how cute these celebrities' furry friends are! We want to adopt a dog of our own now.
We all know what Hilary Duff and Miley Cyrus are up to...but what about their best friends?