Even for Hollywood standards, these celebs are way too cocky for their own good. (Photo: WENN)
Instead of talking about the life and legacy of Aretha Franklin in what should’ve been a tribute to the Queen of Soul, Madonna gave a 20-minute speech all about herself. “If it wasn’t for Aretha, we wouldn’t have Madonna,” is basically was she said. (Photo: WENN)
It doesn’t matter what numbers say. Even if Nicki Minaj’s “Queen” debuts at no. 2 behind Travis Scott’s “Astroworld,” hers is still no. 1. “Travis sold over 50K of these. With no requirement of redeeming the album! With no dates for a tour, etc. I spoke to him. He knows he doesn’t have the #1 album this week. I love my fans for the #1 album in AMERICA!” (Photo: WENN)
Of course this list wouldn’t be complete with the ultimate Mr. Ego, Kanye West, or as he likes to call himself, “a creative genius.” “There’s no other way to word it. I know you’re not supposed to say that about yourself… but my intention is always positive.” (Photo: WENN)
Beyoncé isn’t called Queen Bey for no reason—and apparently, she’s very well aware of that. Just listen to her lyrics in “Partition”: “I sneezed on the beat and the beat got sicker. Yoncé all on his mouth like liquor.” (Photo: WENN)
According to Christina Aguilera the world wasn’t worthy of her 2010 Bionic album. “can proudly say it was ahead of its time, to be honest. You had to be a real music lover, be a true fan of music and the love of being open to really appreciate that record.” (Photo: WENN)
Chris Brown is a singer, songwriter, woman beater—oh, and let’s not forget he’s also a piece of art… quite literally, according to him. “I just think I’m a walking art piece, just a ball of creativity.” (Photo: WENN)
There’s a reason why Mariah Carey is considered a diva—and it isn’t just her sparkly outfits and her insane singing voice. It’s also her over-the-top positive thoughts about herself. “I didn’t go to no music school. I went to the school of f— life.” (Photo: WENN)
Being a full working mom is not as difficult as Gwyneth Paltrow celebrity life-style. “I think to have a regular job and be a mom is not as, of course there are challenges, but it’s not like being on set.” Of course it isn’t, Gwyn! (Photo: WENN)
We can all agree Lady Gaga is extremely talented, but it wouldn’t hurt her to be a bit more humble. “Some people are just born stars, you either have it or you haven’t, and I was definitely born one.” (Photo: WENN)
You simply can’t accuse Jay-Z of lacking on social responsibility. “I’m offended by that because, first of all, and this is gonna sound arrogant, but my presence is charity, just who I am, just like Obama’s is.” (Photo: WENN)
Even for Hollywood standards, these celebs are way too cocky for their own good.
If you’re famous, talented, making millions, and dating the hottest celebrities, of course you’re bound to be a tad cocky. But, it seems like some celebrities take this liberty and run with it, taking cockiness to a whole other level.
Like that time Madonna couldn’t help it but
talk about herself when supposedly honoring the late Aretha Franklin in the most cringe-worthy tribute since her failed homage to Prince circa 2016. Or recently when Nicki Minaj decided that even though Queen ranked second only behind Travis Scott’s Astroworld, hers was still number 1.
Yes—we all know they are extremely talented that that they have earned the place they have in the entertainment world through hard work and dedication. But it wouldn’t hurt them to be a bit more humble. Perhaps toning the self-appreciation just a notch?
Click through our photo gallery above to see the most stuck-up celebrities in Hollywood who are incredibly full of themselves and some of their most ridicule quots about—yes, you guessed it— themselves.