Six Worst Pop Star Siblings to Ever Suck
Take a "Journey" with Jamie Lynn Spears.
Some people become famous because they are incredible talents discovered at a young age. Others become famous because their parents treat the womb like a star factory.
Hey, if you push enough kids into the spotlight, one of them is gonna have a hit. But when one kid becomes a world-famous celebrity, the rest feel left out.
No worries! If you have enough money, your less-worthy sibling can have a year or two of being "on the list" at really cool parties. And for that shining moment, they don't need anyone to hold their hand.
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Bet you didn't even know the dude with the shitty haircut from this emo-dance abomination was Miley Cyrus' older brother. We used to hear this song about three times a day back in 2008 when we worked at Forever 21. It was hell on Earth as we forked over skinny jeans that "weren't skinny enough" to girls with daddy's credit card, all the while unable to drown out the hyper-sexualized earworm that is this chorus. Good thing Metro Station broke up in 2010. We'd take Cyrus' purposefully marketable rap over this gushy Disney rock any day.
Jamie Lynn Spears
Remember Britney's adorable baby sister? She's all grown up now. She's still trying to make music. And yes, she's gone country, y'all. Actually, her new single has more than 4 million views on YouTube, so the shtick seems to (sorta) working. It's like watching Brit if she dropped the fake British accent, anorexia, and insatiable need to be hip with the young crowd. But really, Britney's bread and butter is the gays, and little miss Jamie Lynn is not going to have most rainbow flag-flying clubs bumpin' 'n' grindin' to "How Could I Want More," so it seems the original Spears empire is safe.
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