Most Hilarious Celebrity Kids Names

July 16, 2008

If you thought Michael Jackson went too far naming his daughter “Blanket”, then boy do I have a post for you. For years now celebrities have given their children wacky names, some sounding so weird you would suspect they used a word scrambler. Some of the less painful names include normal nouns like “Apple” and “Camera,” who were named by Chris Martin, Gwyneth Paltrow and Arthur Ashe and Jeanne Moutoussamy respectively. But don’t get your hopes up, it gets worse. Moving deeper into the list, we come to names like Rocket and Rufus Tiger (???), named by Robert Rodriguez (who also named his other kids Racer, Rebel, and above all….Rogue. I bet that guy won’t be able to work for the FBI). But yes, there’s more. I’m guessing when Shannyn Sossamon named her child Audio Science, she probably wasn’t feeling ok. Either that, or she had too many Bud Lights the night before, but either way, you’ve got to feel sorry for the kid too. But, with no question, the grand prize goes to Frank Zappa, who took the cake, naming his children Moon Unit, (!?!?) Dweezil, and Diva Muffin. Now maybe Moon Unit will get away with the “my dad was into Sci Fi” excuse, but you’ve got to feel for Dweezil. When naming your kid a name that resembles a sick-minded midget squirrel, you definitely need some answers, and try to get them before you get another child. Thanks for Times Online for the great list of names. 

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