Kardashians, John Mayer And Other Celebrities Who Talk Too Much [PHOTOS]

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  • Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi
    Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi Reuters
  • Rihanna has asked Ashton Kutcher to spend the summer with her in the UK.
    Rihanna has asked Ashton Kutcher to spend the summer with her in the UK. REUTERS
  • Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian
    Kim Kardashian (L) and Kourtney Kardashian Reuters
  • John Mayer
    Before Lady Gaga surpassed all with her record setting 22 million followers, John Mayer was on his way to similar, astronomical numbers. In September 2010, with more than 3.7 million followers reading his words, the singer-songwriter called it quits. “I was a tweetaholic . . . I had four million Twitter followers and I was always writing on it. And I stopped using Twitter as an outlet and I started using Twitter as the instrument to riff on . . . I couldn’t write a song,” Mayer told Rolling Stone in 2011. Rest easy fans, Mayer is now a frequent Tumblr user, at jhnmyr.tumblr.com. REUTERS
  • Alec Baldwin
    Alec Baldwin temporarily said goodbye to Twitter after his now infamous American Airlines/Words With Friends fiasco. Nearly one month after the December AA incident, Baldwin quietly returned to Twitter, writing “Back on Twitter.” The 54-year-old actor recently went on another Twitter rant, this time involving a stalker (who has since been arrested and in court) and reporters camping outside his Manhattan apartment. “Media in the US is dull. Deadening. uninformative . You’re better off with reading. Or radio,” Baldwin wrote on Apr. 12. REUTERS
  • Charlie Sheen
    Charlie Sheen was arrested in Aspen, Colorado in 2009 for alleged domestic violence. Reuters
  • Denise Richards
    The second ex-wife of Charlie Sheen will take care of his third ex-wife's children as she tries rehab for the third time this year. Reuters
  • Bethenny Frankel
    Bethenny Frankel Reuters
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It's not easy being famous and having the media track your every move and blow up your every word, but some celebrities seem to welcome trouble with open arms. They just won't stop talking about bizarre aspects of their personal and professional lives and often offer contradictory explanations for their strange behavior. Some of these folks should take a cue from their more private peers and keep it all on the DL -- or even better, learn how to stay out of trouble in the first place.

Here are just a few celebrities who should stop talking so much (and maybe even deactivate their personal websites and Twitter accounts).

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