It’s no secret that many celebrities love to watch the Simpsons. Some of them love it so much that they have agreed to let the show’s animators make fun of them! Here are the nine most accurate simpsonized celebrities in the history of the show.
In the episode with Bono Vox, Homer had the audacity to interrupt a U2 concert. Bono assured the audience that although Homer kicked out by the stadium guards, he’ll get the help he needs. Unfortunately, he got beaten up while Bono continued his performance unbothered.
Lady Gaga’s appearance in the Simpsons was as bizarre as her 2010 MTV Video Music Awards outfit. Wearing the same meat dress, the singer was passing through Springfield on her way to a concert. She was trying to bring self-esteem awareness to Springfield’s residents while looking absolutely ridiculous. Nice try, Gaga.
When Homer tried Fugu, a type of sushi made with potentially deadly blowfish, he immediately made a list of things he wants to do before he dies. In one moment, he watched Larry King reading the Bible on TV.
Elton John appeared in Valentine’s episode when Apu and Manjula got in a fight. He pretended that he came to Springfield to perform a concert just for the two of them, but in reality, he was forced to make an emergency landing because the chandelier on his private jet was malfunctioning.
Dr. Phil visited the Simpsons to try to cure Homer’s addiction to food. Needless to say, his attempt wasn’t very successful.
The popular American host was actually a writer and producer of the Simpsons for some time. In one episode Bart was guest in his talk show.
Bieber had a short but hilarious appearance on the Simpsons. He and his manager Scooter Braun attended a talent show for kids under the age of 10. Bieber gets kicked out of the show because he is too old. His appearance came with a warning “Thirty seconds to Justin Bieber. You may start or stop watching, according to your beliefs.”After his appearance, another screen flashed, reading “All clear, The Simpsons will be Bieber-free from this point on.”
Michelle Obama in the Simpsons was no different than the real-life Michelle Obama. She is both president’s wife and a fighter for the weak. Besides following Lisa’s organic gardening blog, she came to her defense when mean girls start to bully her. She arrived to help Lisa with a helicopter. Yes, she’s that awesome!
Weird Al and his band visit the Simpsons world to play a song dedicated to the main characters. The song“Homer & Marge” is actually a parody of John Mellencamp’s“Jack & Diane.”