19 Times Celebrities Proved They're Out Of Touch With Reality

Oh, celebs! It's their world and we're just living in it, right?

That certainly seems to be the case when they're off doing and saying crazy things. Like when Gal Gadot and other celebs sang "Imagine" during COVID-19 or when Justin Bieber said that Anne Frank would've been a "Belieber."

For more examples of their insanity, here are 16 times celebs proved they're out of touch with reality.

1. When Gal Gadot gathered celebs together to sing "Imagine" by Joh Lennon.

The actress may play Wonder Woman, but no one considered her a hero when she gathered celebs together to sing "Imagine" by John Lennon.

The goal was to bring people together during the start of COVID-19 pandemic.

But the video was slammed for being extremely tone-deaf since celebrities can't relate to the same financial struggles as regular folks.

Many people around the world were also dealing with unemployment at the time. "The celebrities singing imagine to us poor common folk during a pandemic," one person tweeted.

2. When Kendall Jenner made that Pepsi commercial.

We're still face-palming over this one.

In 2012, Pepsi released the extremely tone-deaf commercial with the model "ending" a protest by handing a police officer a can of Pepsi. The ad was soon pulled.

3. When Tyrese Gibson thanked "Pandora" for playing his music.

"Pandora.. Whoever you are!! Thank you!! I get tweets about you playing my music all the time!!" he tweeted. Oh, boy. There's a lot to unpack here. Pandora is a music streaming site, Tyrese!

4. When Lady Gaga bought ghost equipment.

Whether you believe ghosts are real or not, we can all agree that spending $39,000 on equipment is just bizarre! She uses the gear on the road to ensure her hotel rooms and tour venues are ghost-free.

5. When Elon Musk downplayed the coronavirus.

Given the fact that the panic is still ongoing, the Tesla CEO is certainly eating his words. Many people also died and lost their jobs as a result. He later tweeted, "Fear is the mind-killer."

6. When Priyanka Chopra posted a clapping video.

While no one can deny that first responders deserve lots of praise for their help during COVID-19, this video of Chopra doing so is odd.

She clapped alone on her balcony while staring off into the distance.

7. When Justin Bieber said he hoped that Anne Frank "would have been a belieber."

He wrote this controversial message in the guestbook of the Anne Frank house. The move was heavily criticized for being tone-deaf.

8. When Kesha admitted to having sex with a ghost.

"It’s about experiences with the supernatural... but in a sexy way,” she told Ryan Seacrest. “I had a couple of experiences with the supernatural. I don’t know his name! He was a ghost! I’m very open to it.”

9. When Megan Fox said that she believes in leprechauns.

It's hard to be surprised by the actress lately. But in a candid interview with Esquire, she said that she has seen “magical, crazy things happen” and believes in “Irish myths, like leprechauns.”

10. When Sam Smith posted their "quarantine meltdown."

It never went over well to see celebrities feeling "over" being stuck in quarantine. That's because their situation isn't as bad as others. I mean, Smith was locked up in a mansion!

11. When Elton John spent $425,000 on flowers.

We debate on spending $30 on UberEats while Elton is out there spending money like it grows on trees. When he defended his right to buy that many flowers, he said, "Well, I like flowers."

12. When Lindsay Lohan’s mom called the police over being declined a free ice cream cake from Carvel.

Oh, Dina. Her daughter, Lindsay was one of 75 celebs gifted with a card that entitles her to free ice cream for 75 years.

Pretty sweet deal, right?

Well, the card was to be used by only Lindsay, not her entire family. The company released a statement afterward saying that the Lohan family had been abusing the card for years.

13. When Katy Perry said she collects celebrity hair.

Um, you alright, Katy? So far, she has hair from Miley Cyrus and Taylor Swift.

“I asked them for a lock of their hair from each one of them, which is totally creepy, but awesome," she said during a Q&A.

14. When Aaron Carter said he wanted to kill his brother's wife and unborn child.

This was a true sign that Aaron wasn't doing mentally well. He ended up being served a restraining order by his older brother, Nick Carter.

15. When Lorde said that she's a witch.

Lorde sensed her magical abilities while listening to David Bowie's "The Space Oddity."

She has been drawn to ghosts, spirits, and other supernatural beings her entire life. Although she has not formally practiced, Lorde believes that she's “basically a witch.”

16. When Vanessa Hudgens said that people dying from coronavirus was inevitable.

The actress rubbed people the wrong way when she brushed off the severity of the pandemic on an Instagram live. "'Til July sounds like a bunch of [expletive," she said about restrictions.

"I'm sorry, but like, it's a virus, I get it. I respect it. But at the same time, like, even if everybody gets it, like, yeah, people are gonna die," she said.

"Which is terrible, but like, inevitable? I don't know. Maybe I shouldn't be doing this right now." Yeah, you definitely shouldn't.