iHeartRadio Survey: Taylor Swift and John Mayer Are the Biggest Celebrity Players
If you happen to find yourself on a date with Taylor Swift or John Mayer, don’t get too comfortable.
According to a survey of iHeartRadio listeners, Swift (28.8 percent) and Mayer (27.3 percent) are the two biggest celebrity players, followed by Justin Timberlake (27 percent), Bradley Cooper (7.7 percent), Jake Gyllenhaal (5.2 percent) and Kate Hudson (4.0 percent).
Nearly a quarter of iHeartRadio listeners (24.2 percent) said that Anne Hathaway is the most unfairly hated/mocked celebrity, followed by Jay Leno (22.7 percent) and Justin Bieber (20.8 percent), with Kanye West (8.8 percent) trailing.
Other leaders include Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton (country music’s “It Couple”), easily topping Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, and Destiny’s Child (group that should reunite for a full tour), beating out Led Zeppelin, the original Guns N' Roses, Hall and Oates, DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince and the White Stripes.
Here are the full results:
Who is the biggest celebrity player?
Taylor Swift (28.8 percent)
John Mayer (27.3 percent)
Justin Timberlake (27.0 percent)
Bradley Cooper (7.7 percent)
Jake Gyllenhaal (5.2 percent)
Kate Hudson (4.0 percent)
Who is the most unfairly hated/mocked celebrity?
Anne Hathaway (24.2 percent)
Jay Leno (22.7 percent)
Justin Bieber (20.8 percent)
Kanye West (8.8 percent)
Katherine Heigl (8.5 percent)
Any Kardashian (8.3 percent)
Shia LaBeouf (6.7 percent)
Who is country music’s “It Couple”?
Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton (45.3 percent)
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill (26.8 percent)
Carrie Underwood and NHL star Mike Fisher (11.5 percent)
Amy Grant and Vince Gill (6.1 percent)
Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman (5.3 percent)
Brad Paisley and Kimberly Williams-Paisley (5.0 percent)
Outkast announced that the duo will reunite and hit the summer festival circuit. Which other group should reunite for a full tour?
Destiny’s Child (24.6 percent)
Led Zeppelin (19.9 percent)
The original Guns N’ Roses lineup (19.2 percent)
Hall and Oates (18.2 percent)
DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince (10.3 percent)
The White Stripes (7.8 percent)