The Best and Worst Celebrity Baby Names of 2011

BabyCenter took a poll of moms and asked which celebs did the best job of naming their babies in 2011. The results were a little surprising, with Victoria and David Beckham’s little girl, Harper Seven, topping the list of the best celebrity baby names of the year. “Celebrities are creative and their baby name choices are no exception,” stated Linda Murray, BabyCenter Global Editor-in-Chief. “Love them or hate them, celebrity baby names are always a hot topic, so it’s no surprise that nearly 50 percent of expecting moms trying to decide on a name find inspiration from celebrities.”

3,000 moms responded to BabyCenter’s poll and here are the results:

Top 5 Best Celebrity Baby Names

And here are the 5 least favorite celebrity baby names of 2011:

Bear Blu (Alicia Silverstone & Christopher Jarecki)
Moroccan Scott (Mariah Carey & Nick Cannon)
Agnes Lark (Jennifer Connelly & Paul Bettany)
Spike (Mike Myers & Kelly Tisdale)
Declan George (Danny & Gia McBride)

Source: BabyCenter – January 12, 2012

Rebecca Murray

Rebecca Murray

Editor in Chief at ShowbizJunkies
Journalist covering the entertainment industry for more than 15 years. Member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association, Alliance of Women Film Journalists, and President of the San Diego Film Critics Society.
Rebecca Murray

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