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Celebs Are Paid Big Money To Push Junk Food

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When you’re even a minor celebrity, endorsement deals start coming in. When you’re a Megastar, those deals can be mind blowing. Here’s a list of products some celebs are getting paid to endorse – which is mostly junk food. But, there’s nothing unhealthy about a fat paycheck…
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Ne Yo

Pepsi Regular: $1 Million
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Doritos: $1 Million
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Jessie J

Pop Tarts: $1 Million
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Sheets Energy Strips $1.2 Million
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Nongshim Shin Ramyun Black Cup: $1.3 Million
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Carrie Underwood

Hershey’s Chocolate: $1.5 Million
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Juicy J

CORE Hydration: $1.5 Million
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Dr. Pepper: $1.8 Million
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Mike And Ike: $2 Million
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Katy Perry

PopChips: $2 Million
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Britney Spears

GG Tea: $2 Million
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Maroon 5

Coca-Cola: $2 Million
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Chris Brown

Wrigley’s Doublemint: $2.1 Million
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Blake Shelton

Pizza Hut: $2.5 Million
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Activia: $2.5 Million
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Snoop Dogg

Hot Pockets: $2.5 Million
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Twix: $3 Million
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Justin Timberlake

McDonald’s is paying JT $6 million to participate in the “I’m lovin’ it” campaign until it expires.
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And, Finally…

Beyonce inked a deal with Pepsi in 2012 that pays $5 million a year for 10 years. Yup. That’s 50 million bucks! No wonder Jay-Z put a ring on it…
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