Is Kim Kardashian Hollywood‘s “Public Enemy No. 1”? The reality star, who rose to fame after her sex tape with singer Ray J leaked in 2007, might have finally reached the end of her rope. Celebrities from Jon Hamm to Ray J to Daniel Craig have all voiced their detestation of the 31-year-old. As more and more legitimately talented Hollywood stars do the same, it is unlikely that her reputation can be salvaged.

Is Kim Kardashian Hollywood’s “Public Enemy No. 1”? Celebrities from Jon Hamm to Ray J to Daniel Craig have all voiced their detestation of the 31-year-old. As more and more legitimately talented Hollywood stars do the same, it is unlike that her reputation can be salvaged.

The backlash first began when Kim Kardashian divorced husband Kris Humphries after just 72 days of marriage. Kardashian filed for divorce on Oct. 31 after a lavish multi-million dollar wedding and a made-for-TV recap, entitled “Kim’s Fairytale Wedding.”

It seems like nowadays one is hard-pressed to find a Kardashian fan. The Boycott Kardashian Petition circulated in November and currently has over 650,000 signatures. In January, the flaming Kardashian backlash was further fanned when The New York Post published an article saying, “Everything the reality family touches turns absolutely toxic – with party promoters, magazine editors and television execs all scrambling to blacklist them.”

“I’d pay her $600,000 personally not to go to Red Egg,” said Travis Bass, referring to the Chinatown hot spot he co-owns. “Kim Kardashian would be crushing to us. We’d have a meeting Monday and talk about how that happened.”

Here are comments from Jon Hamm, Daniel Craig and other celebrities who have voiced their hatred of the reality star and her waterfall of cash.

Jon Hamm: “We’re at a place where the idea of being ‘elite’ is somehow considered negative. Whether it’s Paris Hilton or Kim Kardashian or whoever, stupidity is certainly celebrated,” the “Mad Men” star said in an interview with Elle UK. “Being a f—ing idiot is a valuable commodity in this culture because you’re rewarded significantly.”…more