Every so often a Stern Show guest gets inscribed into the history books not for their talents so much as for their bizarre stories or failed attempts at humor - visitors so bad, they're good; so terrible, you can't help but laugh. On Jan. 16, 2017 Sternthology is celebrating the "Best Worst Guests" of all time on the Howard Stern Show. Check out a few of the notorious offenders below and tune in to Howard 101 on Monday to hear all of the "Best Worst Guests."
Johnny "Mud" Mudman
On February 28, 2000 a man named Johnny "Mud" Mudman claimed to be the most talented man in the world and challenged the Stern Show's own Fred Norris to a contest singing songs and doing impressions. Once the feedback started coming in, though, Johnny couldn't seem to take the heat complaining that he couldn't believe he was being "dogged so hard."
In 2007 Donald Taylor came on the show to discuss his book in which he claimed to have sexual relations with Elvis Presley. Additionally, he swore he also had relations with Charles Manson, James Dean, and Lenny Bruce, among others. When the question of an Ed Torian lie detector test came up, though, he wasn't so willing to partake.
In 2013 "Gentleman Gaga" dropped by the studio with the promise of performing a song on the keyboard with his penis — a bit that got the Stern Show in trouble with the FCC in the '80s. In order to remain anonymous, Gentleman Gaga donned a Bill Clinton mask and took his spot at the keys only to continually complain of a busted sustain pedal as well as the height of the instrument.