The research revealed that 38% think Cheryl Cole would be a beautician, 51% think Chris Moyles would be a pub landlord and 27% say Susan Boyle would work in a pound shop.
The research of 1,187 people across the UK has discovered that 38% of the respondents thought that pop singer Cheryl Cole would work as a beautician and a further 19% believed she would be working in a call centre if she hadn’t have found fame through Popstars The Rivals.
When asked the multiple-choice question ‘what do you think Chris Moyles’ job would be if he wasn’t a famous DJ?’ the majority, 51% agreed he would suit the profession of a ‘pub landlord’ while 6% thought he would work as a ‘supermarket baker’.
Two thirds of the respondents, 66%, agreed that actor and comedian Johnny Vegas would be a professional darts player whilst a further 11% cited that he would be ‘unemployed and claiming benefits.’
1 in 3, 33%, of the respondents thought that Britain’s Got Talent finalist, Susan Boyle, would work as a dinner lady and 27% believed that she would work in a pound shop.
According to the results, 61% of those polled agreed that Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson would be in politics while 14% thought he would be better suited as a car mechanic. In comparison, 29% think co-presenter Richard Hammond would work as a car salesman.
48% of those asked agree that the recently reformed Kerry Katona would most likely work on the checkouts of a supermarket while 1 in 4, 24%, believed that without fame Kerry Katona would have been a ‘waitress’.
19% think that model Kate Moss would work as a stripper if she wasn’t a celebrity and a further 12% believe she would be a ‘stay at home mum’.
Reabur thinks that these are pretty stereotypical, based on the media images of these people.