Red, White, and Rehab: Country Music's 10 Douchiest Moments
After a 2003 incident in Phoenix, Arizona, Campbell was accused of a hit and run on another vehicle while completely hammered. When the police caught up with him, he allegedly kneed an officer in the thigh during his arrest, and then proceeded to sing "Rhinestone Cowboy" in his holding cell.
This could be considered badass, but it leans toward douchey with the whole hit-and-run thing. The "Rhinestone Cowboy" component is amazing, though. He was bling, bling, blingin' in that jail cell.
4. Taylor Swift's Inability to Take a Joke
When you make a gazillion dollars by writing about all of your love-interest shenanigans, Rule No. 1 clearly states that you are not allowed to take yourself too seriously, ever. Taylor Swift did not get that memo, unfortunately, and she caused a pretty douchey uproar because of it
Once upon a time, at a little awards show known as the 2013 Golden Globes, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler teased poor ol' Taylor Swift about needing to stay away from Michael J. Fox's son.
Instead of taking the joke in stride, Swift pulled her typical middle-school overreaction out of her ass and stated to the media that, "There is a special place in hell for women that do not help other women."
Oh, Miss Swift... the douchiness percentage in that retort is even higher than normal.
3. Keith Urban's Manscaping and Bender-Cheating
There's not much to say past Keith Urban's frosted hair and spray tan, but I suppose pointing out the fact that he was allegedly having some bender-fueled affair with a lingerie model might help hammer home the validity of my decision to include Mr. Urban as having committed one of country music's most douchey moments. You don't pose for photos, jackass. Even Jason Aldean knew that.
And being an Aussie country musician doesn't earn you a pass, Keith. It just mucks up the water a bit and confuses my brain.