These 15 Celebrities Were Once Famous But Could Never Make A Successful Comeback
She appeared on Nickelodeon since age 12. She is said to have bullied her co-stars on the show ‘Victorious’. Ariana Grande was her co-star too and both had plans to leave the show to become singers. After ‘Victorious’ was canceled, Ariana made it and Victoria’s career stalled. Most people blame Victoria’s bullying habits and toxic attitude as the reason for her downfall.
Since 2007, Ciara’s albums have been bombing and she has not delivered a single hit. The worst came in 2015 when her album ‘Jackie’ sold only 19000 copies in the first week. Her album ‘Fantasy Ride’ sold so badly that the record label signed a deal with KFC to give a free copy with every meal. Her fans have agreed that the quality of her music has substantially lowered.
There is no doubt that he is a top class actor and director. But things he said about other people, especially his partners, constantly got him in trouble. He formed enemies within his Hollywood circles and some even described him as pure evil. He was forced to take a break and when he returned 10 years later, his movies just flopped. They were not even that bad; people just didn’t want to be associated with him or watch his movies.
Mike Tyson’s successful boxing career earned him a fortune. He earned up to $90 million per match in his heyday. All his money was spent recklessly, on lawyer fees for the innumerable times he found himself dragged to court and his drug use. He has starred in several hit movies but that lasted a short while too.
In the mid 200s, Lindsay Lohan had everything. She was a successful movie star and a singing career and earned millions every week. However, she fell as quickly as she rose with endless partying and being late tarnishing her reputation. She would be hung-over and moody at work. Eventually, producers and casting directors decided that they had seen enough of her nuisance and blacklisted her. She only made news when she embarrassed herself or got in trouble with the law.