Speidi, Lohans And A Gosselin Land On Time Magazine's Least Influential List

Apr. 29 2010, Published 2:06 p.m. ET

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Time Magazine released their list of the top 100 most influential people Thursday, filled with the usual movers and shakers of industry, entertainment and politics, and while the selections are interesting, we here at are far more fascinated with the other list they published: The least influential people of 2010.

Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt's fade from the pop culture grid is reflected, as both reality TV stars made the list, with Time noting: "You used to be famous for being famous. Then you were famous for getting lots of plastic surgery and selling only 658 copies of your album in its first week. Now you're not famous. That was fast."

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The husband-wife team of Speidi weren't the only relatives to make the list: the father-daughter team of Michael and Lindsay Lohan also earned spots, as did another famous, albeit uninfluential family man by the name of Jon Gosselin.

"We once thought he was the henpecked husband of a crazy chick," the magazine said of Jon. "Now we love the henpecker. Killing the Ed Hardy trend was the last influence you'll ever have."

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Others who earned a spot on the dubious list:  Michael Jackson’s final physician, Dr. Conrad Murray; Bristol Palin’s baby daddy Levi Johnston; Jersey Shore's Angelina Pivarnick and ex-American Idol judge Paula Abdul.



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