'Honey Boo Boo' Star's Oil to 'Prevent' Ebola & 8 Other Odd Celeb Product Endorsements (PHOTOS)

Kelly Bryant | Dec 3, 2014 Celebrities

Money is money, I get it, and celebrity endorsements or branded products are nothing new. But it feels like reality stars in particular are willing to peddle just about anything.

The most recent example of shameless shilling comes to us from one Anna Cardwell, better known as Chickadee from Here Comes Honey Boo Boo. TMZ reports that Cardwell is promoting a company called Young Living, which sell oils claiming to prevent Ebola and cancer. Is that even legal?

From weird to wacky, and everything in between, check out which other stars are making some coin by hawking a whole lot of randomness.

Which endorsement do you find most surprising?


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  • 'Teen Mom's Farrah Abraham


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    After releasing her sex tape, Teen Mom's Farrah Abraham landed another deal with weight-loss supplements Raspberry Tones, which claim to act as a fat burner and appetite supressant. Frankly the thought of Farrah's sex tape supresses our appetite enough, thank you very much.

  • Kris Jenner


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    Remember that time Kris Jenner was paid to sell personal lubricant? Yup, apparently for the right price, she was "passionate about Zestra." Oy. I truly have nothing else to say about this.

  • Kim Kardashian


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    And then of course there was that time Kim Kardashian hawked, well, everything! Perfumes, clothes (excuse me, klothes), watches, diet pills, Carl's Jr. salads, and Silly Bandz aside, the weirdest endorsement has to involve toilet paper purveyors Charmin. Kim was responsible for the ribbon cutting to unveil Charmin's restrooms in New York's Times Square back in 2010.

  • Lisa Vanderpump


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    In a bizarre move, Lisa Vanderpump was added to the I Can't Believe It's Not Butter payroll when she filmed a series of "Breakfast After Dark" webisodes for the creamy supermarket staple. Something tells us they don't serve that at SUR.

  • Asa Soltan Rahmati


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    I'm not sure why, but I totally respect Shahs of Sunset star Asa Soltan Rahmati and her Diamond Water. Yes, the concept is nutty, but I kinda want a bottle -- if only just to keep at my desk as a reminder that if Diamond Water is actually a product, all things are possible.

  • Kailyn Lowry


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    Teen Mom 2's Kailyn Lowry keeps it simple and g-rated by shilling Origami Owl and Scentsy on her personal website, but I'd be remiss if I didn't at least mention it.

  • Jenni 'JWoww' Farley


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    You, too, can look like a cheese doodle a la JWoww from her Jersey Shore days (it feels like she's toned down the tanning a touch since motherhood) with her very own Black Bronzer Tanning Lotion. Shudder.

  • Mike 'The Situation' Sorrentino


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    Let's face it, when The Situation signed on to promote a fat metabolizing cream, the world pretty much went to hell in a hand basket. The company tried to sue Sorrentino for breach of contract after he went to rehab for addiction, but in the end, The Situation got to keep the cash. Personally I'm way more offended by the idea of a fat metabolizing cream than a man seeking help for a serious illness.

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