Who is the ugliest person in the world in 2023? (Updated list)

Some people are known to have particularly awful looks due to deformities and specific hereditary abnormalities; these individuals are considered to as the ugliest people on the earth.


While some people are appreciated and admired for their appearance, others are made fun of and dragged around because of their odd appearances. Some of these ugly people, meanwhile, have the guts to mingle with others without worrying about being mocked.

Never criticize or make fun of somebody because of their appearance since you never know what you might have in the future or how your offspring might look.

List of ugliest people in the world

  • 1. Donatella Versace
  • 2. Godfrey Baguma
  • 3. Iggy Pop
  • 4. Jocelyn Wildenstein
  • 5. Joshua Glen Box
  • 6. Maison Sere
  • 7. Michael Berryman
  • 8. Steven Tyler

1. Donatella Versace

Per reports filed by, Italian fashion designer, model, and businesswoman, Donatella Versace is the ugliest person in the world. She was born on May 2nd, 1955 in Reggio Calabria, Calabria, Italy.

2. Godfrey Baguma

Singer Godfrey Baguma is well-known in Uganda. After getting married to a stunning woman, he became a trending news topic for a while. Social media users had strong opinions on the wedding, with many claiming that the bride wed Godfrey because of his wealth. His estimated net worth is $5,000.

3. Iggy Pop

The American singer, songwriter, and actor James Newell Osterberg Jr., better known by his stage name Iggy Pop, was born on April 21st, 1947. He is known as the “Godfather of Punk” and was the vocalist and lyricist for the proto-punk band The Stooges, which was formed in 1967 and has gone through numerous lineup changes.

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He is currently 75 years old, has a son named Eric Benson, and has been married three times to Nina Alu, Suchi Asano, and Wendy Weissberg.

4. Jocelyn Wildenstein

She is an American socialite whose cat-like look is the consequence of considerable cosmetic surgery. She has been referred to as “Catwoman,” “The Lion Queen,” and “The Bride of Wildenstein” by the media despite explicitly denying having any plastic surgery and cites her Swiss heritage as the reason for this.

5. Joshua Glen Box

Joshua Glen Box, 36, of Fayetteville, pleaded guilty in August to one count of receiving child porn and one count of possession of child porn. Three other counts were dismissed as part of a plea bargain.

U.S. District Judge Timothy L. Brooks sentenced Box to 15 years on each count, to run concurrently.

The prison term will be followed by 30 years of supervised release. During that time, Box can’t have unsupervised contact with children; cannot access the Internet with computers or other devices without express permission from probation officers and installing Internet monitoring software; and, he must submit to sex offender treatment, if required by probation officers.

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6. Maison Sere

Maison Sere, a 42-year-old unemployed man missing several teeth, was crowned Zimbabwe’s ugliest man at a pub pageant in Harare — but the contest turned ugly when the runner-up accused judges of bias.

Dressed in torn overalls, Mr Sere beat off five other contestants for the $500 Mr Ugly prize — a large sum in a country facing massive unemployment.

7. Michael Berryman

Character actor Michael Berryman is well-known in the United States. Berryman was born without sweat glands, hair, or fingernails due to an uncommon disease called hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia.

8. Steven Tyler

Steven Tyler is an American singer, best known as the lead singer of the Boston-based rock band Aerosmith, in which he also plays the harmonica, piano, and percussion. He is known as the “Demon of Screamin’” due to his high screams and his powerful wide vocal range.

Why do we have ugly people in the world?

The concept of beauty and ugliness is subjective and varies across different cultures and individuals. It is important to recognize that beauty standards are socially constructed and influenced by various factors such as cultural norms, media representation, and personal preferences.

However, it is essential to approach discussions about physical appearance with sensitivity and respect for the dignity of all individuals. Using derogatory terms or judgments to label people as “ugly” can be hurtful and perpetuate harmful stereotypes.

It is more constructive to focus on promoting acceptance, inclusivity, and celebrating the diversity of human appearances.

It is crucial to remember that physical appearance does not define a person’s worth or value. True beauty lies in the qualities that go beyond physical attributes, such as kindness, empathy, intelligence, and personal achievements.

Embracing and celebrating the uniqueness of individuals is a more positive and inclusive approach to appreciating the diversity of human beings.


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