Hollywood’s most awkward celebrities

Rachel Dratch - The famed 'Saturday Night Live' star is inseparable from her awkward characters like Debbie Downer and the deadpan teen boy from Wake up, Wakefield.

Zooey Deschanel - The actress is responsible for popularizing the whole "adorkable" thing.

Miley Cyrus - Many people actually compared Katy Perry's awkward moment on 'SNL' to Miley Cyrus' cringe years of twerking, dreads, nudity, and feuding with Nicki Minaj.

Donald Trump - His social and political gaffes are far too many to count, from spelling errors to smiling with orphaned babies, and the tweets keep on rolling. 

Jim Carrey - At New York Fashion Week, a reporter noted that she'd never seen him at a fashion event like this, and he replied, "There's no meaning to any of this.

Jennifer Lawrence - Tripping over her dress, spilling mints at a press junket, and describing her outfits on the red carpet.

Michael Cera - Soft-spoken and hesitant, with a strange posture and sense of style, Michael Cera is the quintessential awkward celebrity.

Larry David - You have to have a close relationship with awkwardness if you're going to make a show like 'Curb Your Enthusiasm.' 

Christopher Mintz-Plasse - The actor behind some generation-defining nerds, most notably McLovin from 'Superbad,' is just as awkward off-screen. 

Kristen Stewart - The unsmiling star looks uncomfortable everywhere, but especially when the cameras are on. 

Britney Spears - The Princess of Pop is also the Princess of Oops, constantly forgetting the names of people and places.

Cardi B - If she's not afraid to tweet about her farts, there is really no line for the rapper. 

Katy Perry - After Neil deGrasse Tyson asked the pop singer about the role of math and science in her life, she asked, "Is math related to science?" At least she was honest.

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