Yikes, these moments make me uneasy.
And when Millie Bobby Brown pretended to use her skin care products:
When Olivia Jade posed for fake tranquility pictures as part of her and her mother Lori Loughlin’s involvement in the now infamous college admission scandal:
When Kylie Jenner infamously kept lying that her lips were natural, that triggered a huge pop culture moment and led to the creation of her now iconic lip kit.
When Bill Clinton lied about his affair with Monica Lewinsky, and we all know how big it was:
When James Frey lied to Oprah – and readers – about his memoir, One million small pieces.
When the entire phone call between Kanye West and Taylor Swift leaked, proving that Kanye and Kim Kardashian lied about Taylor approving the “Famous” text that referred to her as a “bitch.”
When comedian Steve Rannazzisi lied about surviving the 9/11 attacks. He later admitted that it was a lie.
When Brian Williams lied about being in a plane “hit by RPG fire” in Iraq when he was actually in another helicopter:
When Paris Hilton told Larry King that she had never made drugs – only ADD drugs – but was arrested for possession of cocaine:
When Jack White was caught lying about bandmate Meg White, as he used to call his “sister” when she was actually his Wife:
When Lance Armstrong lied about using performance-enhancing drugs:
When the Washington Post published a list of 30,000+ lies that Donald Trump told during his presidency:
When Martha Stewart lied to the authorities about insider trading and iconically went to jail for five months:
When Elizabeth Holmes said her blood test machine could accurately run thousands of tests from just a single drop of blood, knowing it could. This was revealed by journalist John Carreyrou, who wrote a violent piece about her company, Theranos.
And finally, when Hilaria Baldwin pretended to be Spanish:
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