WrestleMania is coming up again, which means we can expect a lot of random celebrities to pop up - some good and some bad. As the day of reckoning approaches, let's look back on some of the best and worst WWE celebrity cameos of all time.
Best: Aaron Paul His enthusiasm is contagious, bitch!
Worst: The New Three Stooges
No one wanted to see these guys in a Three Stooges movie, so why would they want to see them on Raw?
Best: Hugh Jackman
"Hosting the Oscars was cool, but the Oscars isn't in front of 15,000 screaming fans in Cleveland."
Worst: Jeremy Piven and Ken Jeong
Why couldn't Piven have had "mercury poisoning" that night?
Best: Cyndi Lauper
Don't mess with Cyndi or else you'll get a record to the head.
Worst: Jerry Springer
Springer's family drama shtick just didn't work without the Mardi Gras beads and Steve Wilkos.
Best: Mike Tyson
We will never complain when a brawl interrupts Vince McMahon.
Worst: Kim Kardashian
In another life, Kardashian could have been our least favorite WWE Diva instead of our least favorite reality star.
Best: Freddie Prinze Jr.
I don't care if all the references in this segment are a decade late — it's fabulous.
Worst: Donald Trump
Who wants to see a bunch of rich people arguing about rich people problems?
This little meatball deserves major credit for getting in the ring and really getting her hands dirty.
Somehow the former Mr. Britney Spears managed to score a pinfall against Jon Cena. How? Why? These are questions we'll never have answered.
Best: The Muppets
Miss Piggy should have a career revival as a Diva.
How big of an audience overlap do you think there is between Liberace and WrestleMania?
The ultimate battle of the giants.
Best: Pee-wee Herman
Pee-wee's over-the-top shtick fits in perfectly in the ring.
Worst: Drew Carey
Why would they ever subject him to competing in the Royal Rumble?
Best: Bob Barker
He is an American icon and can do no wrong.
Worst: Rev. Al Sharpton
Maybe the most perplexing guest host of all time.