What’s wrong with Guy Ritchie?

Guy Ritchie, director and former husband of Madonna, had the misfortune of appearing in a headline on Yahoo! Movies:

guy richie movies

At least I think that’s Mr. Ritchie. You’d think that an editor or writer would make an effort to spell a name correctly when it appears in such large letters.


This is not good publicity

Someone allegedly said, “Any publicity is good publicity as long as they spell your name right.” If that’s true, there are a lot of celebrities who are missing out on some publicity from Yahoo!.

Yahoo! omg! writers almost get Elie Saab right:

At least that’s not as bad as the time Yahoo! referred to Ellie Saab.

Yahoo! Movies can’t get Catherine Hardwicke’s name right:

That’s not exactly an improvement over the time they called her Catherine Hardwick.

Even though the premiere of “The Dark Knight Rises” was in July, this misspelling of Guy Ritchie’s name recently showed up on the ever-timely Yahoo! Movies:

Yahoo! Movies also gets Nikolaj Arcel wrong:

and from the same article, the writer takes a stab at Hannibal Lecter and misses:

Even Prince Rainier gets screwed on Yahoo! Movies:

Helmut Lang does not design headgear, despite what you might think from this snippet from Yahoo! Shine:

In an article about Meghan McCain, the writer can’t even spell the subject’s name, so I’m really going to believe everything in the rest of the article — not.

This is supposed to be Laura Wattenberg on Yahoo! Shine:

And a messy Sally Jessy shows up on Yahoo! Shine:

The Yahoo! News “journalists” wrote an article about Nindi Wadhwa, without actually getting the name right:

“Any publicity is good publicity as long as they spell your name right.”

Guy Ritchie: Missing the T

From Yahoo! omg! — Just another misspelling of a celebrity’s name, one of more than 1100 people assaulted at the keyboard of Yahoo! staffers.

Guy Ritchie would like a spot of T

A little T here on Yahoo! omg! would be nice:

Guy Ritchie says, “Thank you.”

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