When it comes to celebs people adore, there are always some folks who simply aren't fans. NBC So, when redditor u/PythonButSnake recently asked, "Who is a universally loved celebrity who you don't like?" people shared popular celebs they can't stand — and WHY — and honestly, it's pretty fascinating. NBC Here are the surprising results: 1. Zooey Deschanel
"I find her ‘gee golly, I’m quirky’ personality to be off-putting. I also just frankly dislike her singing voice."
u/ShangryYoungMan Steve Granitz / WireImage / Getty Images 2. Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson
"I actually enjoy The Rock as an actor, but his offscreen personality reeks of selling out. I think he realized he’s 'The Guy' right now and can pretty much put his name on any product or movie and make a killing. Do I blame him? No, but it’s incredibly annoying and has made me like him much less."
u/BumCockleshell Steve Granitz / FilmMagic / Getty Images 3. Shaquille O'Neal
"I pissed off Shaq one time when I was 18 and working at Target off I-95 back in, like, 2009 or 2010. He was looking for a cord to go from his phone to a TV in his tour bus. We unfortunately did not have one, and he got PISSED. Being only a 5’6" dude, I was terrified. His friend/security guy with him had to calm him down. Me and a few other associates starting calling every store around us, trying to find one for him. He called me 'Big Dave' before I pissed him off, and I was too afraid to ask him for a picture or autograph after, LOL. I hated him for the longest time. I don’t hate him anymore, but I'm still not a huge fan. I still want an apology from him, LOL."
u/Brooksie019 Michael Loccisano / Getty Images 4. Chip and Joanna Gaines
"They have F**KED with housing decor and trends so bad. Everything looks the same now. I work in preservation, and it’s depressing seeing the beauty torn out for the same garbage gray floors, gray walls, white lights, open floor concept, etc."
u/radroamingromanian Cindy Ord / Getty Images for SiriusXM / Getty Images 5. Beyoncé
"Everyone talks of her like a queen. Honestly, my personal opinion is that her songs are sh*t, but that's just me."
u/NoPsychology2419 Kevin Winter / Getty Images for The Recording Academy 6. Zac Efron
"I was a worker at a hotel where they were filming a movie, and Zac Efron was there. Treated us like doormats and was completely belittling. Made a housekeeper cry. F**k that guy."
u/samiam871 Jeff Bottari / Zuffa LLC / Getty Images 7. Maya Rudolph
"While everyone seems to adore her, Maya Rudolph was pretty nasty to me when she came into my shop with her friends (or family members? No idea). And I want to add, I was just a dumb kid who didn't immediately recognize her and didn't gush over diamonds, which seemed to offend her for some reason. This was a jewelry store, she was looking at every stone that was decidedly
not a diamond, and I was trying to agree that other stones could be more beautiful and meaningful than diamonds. Apparently, that was the wrong thing to say and warranted going out of her way to make me look bad in front of everyone. Great job — I was, like, 19. Sure learned a lesson from that."
u/ManyConclusion Daniele Venturelli / WireImage / Getty Images 8. Jim Carrey
"Everyone thinks of him as a lighthearted goof who makes funny faces on camera. It was a shock when I found out he's so good at being a dumbass on film because I think he's a dumbass in real life. Pre-COVID, he
promoted misinformation about some childhood vaccines, incorrectly suggesting that they may cause autism. I've lost all respect for the man."
u/GrammatonYHWH Axelle / FilmMagic / Getty Images 9. Oprah
"I used to be indifferent, but when I watched her
Markle interview, she came across as so fake."
"Her voice. The way she puts herself on the cover of every issue of her magazine. Something about her feels fishy, forced, and narcissistic."
u/realdopesauce Steve Granitz / WireImage / Getty Images 10. Keanu Reeves
"I wouldn't say that I 'don't like' him — by all accounts he seems to be a fantastic person. Honestly, though, he isn't a particularly good actor at all. In some roles, however, his bland, robotic style can add a little something."
u/TREMENDOUSQUEEF Steve Jennings / Getty Images 11. Will Smith
"People hate on his kids, but if you listen to how he talks to/about them, it’s a wonder they came out functioning at all. That, and the constant articles about his and Jada’s
u/darthvadersbanana Paras Griffin / Getty Images 12. Zoë Kravitz
"Worked in a shop that Zoë Kravitz came into. She was an a-hole — snotty and pretentious."
u/petra_orla John Shearer / WireImage / Getty Images 13. Will Ferrell
"So annoying. He plays essentially the same character in every movie and has no depth. I cannot stand
Elf. You heard me."
u/FaxanaduJesus Dominik Bindl / WireImage / Getty Images 14. Leonardo DiCaprio
"If you really fell in love with a woman that’s half your age, fine. But if the only category of people that you are willing to date are women in their early 20s, even though you are almost 50 now, this really makes me doubt your character."
u/dodekagon Taylor Hill / FilmMagic / Getty Images 15. Adele Cbs Photo Archive / CBS via Getty Images 16. Lin-Manuel Miranda
"I have zero reason to dislike him, and this is 100% a me thing — he just puts me off."
u/ConsistentAd9217 Bruce Glikas / Getty Images / Getty Images 17. And finally: Ryan Reynolds
"I find his whole vibe obnoxious. His smirk and attempt at humor. 'Look at how normal my wife and I are. We’re just like you!' Everyone sees him as a down-to-earth guy, but it has always felt disingenuous to me."
"Ryan Reynolds’ brand of humor is really annoying and unoriginal. Went to high school with several guys who were just like him, and they made me want to shove kebab skewers into my ears."
u/ChampChains Theo Wargo / Getty Images What do you think of these opinions? Are there any other "beloved" celebs you can't stand? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below. Note: Some responses have been edited for length and/or clarity.