Celebrities Who Should Take A Break From Fame

In today's Internet-obsessed world, it's hard to escape the tabloids' incessant, overbearing coverage of celebrities. We've pulled together a list of celebs whose careers might benefit from a little time away from the limelight. Check them out, below.

Ronda Rousey

If there's one celeb who could use a fame break right about now, it's UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey. Well, make that ex-Bantamweight Champion. After gracing the covers of magazines, the couches of talk show hosts, and even starring as herself in the Entourage movie in 2015, Rousey lost her championship status to challenger Holly Holm in November of that year. Going into the fight, Rousey was the heavy favorite, but the match itself shocked fighting fans when Holm knocked Rousey out with a kick to the head in the second round. Making matters worse for Rousey: her aggressive boasting before the match, and her decision not to touch gloves with her opponent as the fight got underway. At this point, Rousey ought to take some time out of the spotlight to lick her wounds...and maybe learn how to duck those high kicks.

Any Of The Kardashians (Including Kanye West)

Given that their entire career has been built solely on inexplicable fame, odds are the Kardashian family will never willingly leave the spotlight. But wouldn't it be nice to spend one full day without hearing about the minute details of Kim Kardashian's pregnancy cravings, or Kylie Jenner's drama with her boyfriend, Tyga, or Kris Jenner, period? The public has put up with almost eight years of Keeping up with the Kardashians and its subsequent spin-offs. Now would be the perfect time for a break. Seriously, when Kanye West starts talking about running for the White House, you know it's time to lay low.

Caitlyn Jenner

Caitlyn Jenner won the hearts of millions of fans around the world after making her high-profile debut on the cover of Vanity Fair in June. Sadly, things cooled off considerably over the next three months. Ratings for her docudrama series, I Am Cait, are now middling at best, and the press seems way more focused on writing about her fashion than her applaud-worthy efforts to raise awareness about the transgender community. If this keeps up, we fear the public may soon treat her like just another Kardashian.

Ben Affleck

In many ways, Ben Affleck has had the summer from hell. First, he split from his wife of 10 years, Jennifer Garner. Then, the former nanny of his children allegedly claimed the two of them had an illicit affair. Whether true or not, Affleck's public image has been tarnished for the first time since his overexposed relationship with Jennifer Lopez ended in 2004. When that happened, Affleck took a full two years off of work. It might be time to do that again.

Miley Cyrus

Much like Madonna and Lady Gaga before her, Miley Cyrus has pushed the envelope with such calculated effort that now every "shocking" stunt she pulls feels predictable and, to be honest, a little boring. Such was the case during her disastrous performance as host of the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards. Every joke about Instagram, or nudity or marijuana fell flat, much like the dull, out-of-focus surprise album she released mere hours after the show. After working so hard to shed her Hannah Montana image, Miley's once again in desperate need of a career makeover—and only time away from the spotlight can make it happen.

Miles Teller

Miles Teller's personal image is still recovering from Details magazine's August 2015 cover story, in which the actor said so many jaw-droppingly bad things, even the magazine flat-out called him a d***. If that article wasn't bad enough, he also got fired from Damien Chazelle's follow-up to Whiplash (ouch), and starred in one of the biggest bombs of the summer, Fantastic Four. As Justin Bieber's fall from grace can attest, the public likes a bad-boy, not a jerk, and Teller seems to clearly fall into the latter category. He needs to spend a few months in nice-guy rehab if he ever wants to star in movies like Whiplash again.

Kelly Osbourne

Kelly Osbourne attacked former Fashion Police co-star Giuliana Rancic for months over racist comments Rancic made about actress Zendaya Coleman's hair at the 2015 Oscars. Good, right? Sure—until Osbourne went and made racist remarks of her own while discussing Donald Trump's immigration policy during a recent appearance on The View. "If you kick every Latino out of this country, then who is going to be cleaning your toilet, Donald Trump?" Osbourne asked, in a truly cringe-worthy moment. If any of us had ever said that, we'd never want to appear on TV again. Here's hoping Osbourne is considering the same.

Ariana Grande

Singer Ariana Grande isn't exactly known for treating people with respect. Last September, she reportedly said she wished her fans would "all f****** die" after signing autographs at a New York City radio station. Then, over the summer, she was caught on-camera saying she hates America while hating on (and licking) donuts at a local shop in Lake Elsinore, Calif. Getting annoyed because you have to stop and sign autographs is one thing. But hating on precious, delicious donuts? Bye, Felicia!

The Duggar Family

Over the years, the Duggar Family made headlines for the super-conservative and equally controversial beliefs they championed on and off their reality TV series, 19 Kids and Counting. Now, everything they've ever said has been called into question after it was revealed that one of the family's sons, Josh, had molested five underaged girls, including his sisters, and cheated on his wife of many years, Anna. In light of the horrific scandal, TLC pulled the plug on 19 Kids and Counting after nine seasons and 227 episodes on the air. Here's hoping America does the same thing to the Duggars.

Jennifer Lawrence

We're putting J-Law on our list mostly for preventative reasons. Hear us out: at age 25, she's already won an Academy Award, graced the covers of every magazine you can think of, and starred in some of the biggest blockbuster franchises Hollywood has ever seen. That kind of success early on would set anyone up for failure, or worse, overexposure. So far, Lawrence seems to have handled fame with the grace and maturity of someone years beyond her age. Still, considering we live in a society that loves to build stars up, then tear them down, we fear moviegoers may quickly grow tired of her if she doesn't take a break.