Craig Barritt/Getty Images file photoActress Jennifer Lawrence made Scoop's "Nice" list for her comments on Hollywood's objectification of women.

Craig Barritt/Getty Images file photoActress Jennifer Lawrence made Scoop's "Nice" list for her comments on Hollywood's objectification of women.

Santa keeping tabs on naughty and nice celebs

Scoop! has an insider at the North Pole sharing Santa's celebrity naughty and nice lists …

Naughty

Justin Bieber

The little Canadian elf peed in a restaurant mop bucket, allegedly slept with a Brazilian prostitute, allegedly spit on his neighbor and refuses to pull his little boy pants up higher than mid-buttocks. But his best worst moment was when he got booed at the Billboard Music Awards and shot back with, “I'm an artist and I should be taken seriously.” Bwahaha!

Kanye West

West lived out all seven deadly sins this year, but none was greater than pride. His words speak for themselves: “I'm a creative genius and there's no other way to word it,” “It's only led me to awesomeness at all times,” “Man, I'm the No. 1 living and breathing rock star. I am Axl Rose, I am Jim Morrison, I am Jimi Hendrix.” And finally, “I am God.”

Charlie Sheen

There's not enough space to go into everything coal-worthy this guy said in 2013, but calling his ex Denise Richards a “heartless, ugly hag” after she cared for his children from another woman for months was pretty low. Also: He called the family services judge an “anus-brain” and his struggling, drug-addicted ex Brooke Mueller a “whore” and an “evil and pathetic uber loser.” Losing!

Miley Cyrus

While tame compared to her cohorts, Miley's over-the-top twerkage at the MTV Video Music Awards is still being ridiculed. She admits she doesn't “know how to smile” and can only stick out her tongue. She also can't wear anything that might cover at least 10 percent of her body.

Nice

Jennifer Lawrence

Just voted Entertainer of the Year by The Associated Press, the actress scores PR points for her comments about the objectification of women, the pressure to be skinny in Hollywood and young female stars' emphasis on skin over substance. The lady's got class.

Taylor Swift

After a string of boyfriends and a breakup with Harry Styles at the start of 2013, Taylor spent the rest of it single — either a sign of maturity or the mark of an amazing publicist who kept the romances under wraps. Meanwhile, Swift continues to take the high road in everything thing she does, and she writes and performs her own songs. She's sexy and cute without trying too hard, too. She's Santa's Little Sweetheart.

Beyoncé

With great wealth comes great responsibility, and even though the High Priestess of Pop hasn't been the perfect philanthropist, she has done more than other celebs. Last week, she dropped into a Wal-Mart and gave everyone in the store a $50 gift card. It wasn't entirely selfless, since the retailer is one of the few selling her CD (Amazon and Target declined since she initially released it on iTunes). Still, it's hard not to like her for her repeated kindness to fans. The question is: What can Santa give her that Jay Z can't?

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