Which Celebrity Had the Worst Display of Public Drunkenness?
Following her recent divorce and botching of the national anthem at the Super Bowl, the 30-year-old singer was taken into custody for public drunkenness early Tuesday morning.
In 2006, DeVito appeared on "The View" after partying all night with George Clooney, insulting President Bush and blaming it on the "seven Limoncellos."
Osbourne was visibly intoxicated on "Xtra Factor," stroking Simon Cowell's nipples and admitting she'd be up for a couple more bottles of wine.
Sutherland certainly appears drunk when he leaps into this Christmas tree ...
Last year, Carey essentially admitted to being sloshed at the Palm Springs Film Festival.
The rocker was charged with being a disorderly drunk in public in 2004, and she admitted, "I have to stop drinking." The charge was eventually dismissed.
Last December, Life & Style Weekly published photos purporting to show the princess-to-be and her family having "a messy, drunken night out."
Following her recent divorce and botching of the national anthem at the Super Bowl, the 30-year-old singer was taken into custody for public drunkenness early Tuesday morning when her boyfriend Matthew Rutler was pulled over for driving under the influence.
"It is a public welfare issue. She was incapacitated and not able to take care of herself," L.A. County Sheriff's Office spokesman Steve Whitmore told UsMagazine.com.
Aguilera was released around 7:30 a.m. Tuesday and will not be prosecuted -- but E! got a copy of her mugshot, which quickly circulated.
"She's really spiraling," an Aguilera friend told Us Magazine. "I would be shocked if she's not in rehab in the next month or two."
But is Aguilera's relatively harmless episode worse than Danny DeVito's infamous appearance on "The View," or Sharon Osbourne's fondling of Simon Cowell on live TV?
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