10 Most Godawful Celebrity Cameos In Wrestling History
10. Kevin Federline
We can't start this off without giving a hearty, Stone Cold-approved, double middle finger to the former Mr. Britney Spears. Because seriously...just screw that guy. He's the worst.
With that out of the way, let's talk about the ways the lamest hip-hop "enthusiast" of all time came in and wrecked several different events simply by showing up and being his usual K-Fed self.
Pairing him with John Cena must have seemed like an obvious choice for WWE writers, since they both liked rap music and...well that's it, really. But surely that was enough to position him as a viable heel to take on one of the company's biggest draws in 2006?
Federline came in with a lot of heat, but certainly not the good kind. Every time the guy showed up at a WWE event, he got into it with Cena and the result was usually pretty poor. He slapped Cena in the face during his match with Johnny Nitro, helped Booker T retain his title at Cyber Sunday, and then actually won a match against Cena on the New Year's edition of Raw.
And then...poof. He was gone. Sure, Cena ended up giving him an FU before he ghosted back out of the company, but the damage had already been done.