iHeartRadio Survey: Ozzy Deemed 'Weirdest Dad,' Worst Couple Nickname Goes to 'Garfleck'
Osbourne tops Billy Ray Cyrus, Denzel edges Will Smith to play Obama and "Garfleck" is "worst celebrity couple nickname."
Last year, iHeartRadio listeners voted Paul McCartney as music’s coolest dad. This year, it was Ozzy Osbourne vying with Billy Ray Cyrus for the title of "music's weirdest dad."
Listeners also tapped Denzel Washington as first choice to play President Barack Obama in a biopic, with Will Smith a close second.
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Finally, in an online survey to pick the worst celebrity couple name, “Garfleck” (Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner) edged out newlyweds “Kimye” (Kanye West and Kim Kardashian) for the not-so-coveted title.
Here are the final tallies in the listener poll:
For who is "music’s weirdest daddy," Ozzy Osbourne (51. 9 percent) ran roughshod over Billy Ray Cyrus (13.3 percent), Kanye West (11.7 percent), Steven Tyler (7.6 percent), Flea from the Red Hot Chili Peppers (7.1 perent), Cee Lo Green (5.9 percent) and Jack White (2.8 percent).
As for whom you would cast as President Obama in the inevitable biopic, Washington (30.2 percent) earned top honors, followed closely by Will Smith (25.1 percent), Jamie Foxx (19 percent), Don Cheadle (13.3 percent), Chiwetel Ejiofor (7 percent) and SNL’s Jay Pharoah (5.5 percent).
“Garfleck,” the nickname for couple Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner (23.6 percent), while nowhere near as catchy as "Bennifer" (for Affleck and ex-flame Jennifer Lopez, which actually finished fifth with 10.8 percent), topped the list for the "worst celebrity couple nicknames of all time," followed by "Kimye" (19.6 percent), "Vaughniston" (19.2 percent, Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Aniston), "Ashmi" (11.5 percent, Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore), "TomKat " (9.7 percent, Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes) and "Zanessa" (5.7 percent, Zac Effron and Vanessa Hudgens).
It’s no surprise that five of the seven couples are no longer an item.