Justin Bieber was outraged and threw a fit at his birthday bash in London, when the club refused to let in his underage friends even though he was famous!
Christian Bale is a method actor not to be messed with! The serious thespian has gone on various rants over the years, but his Terminator Salvation freak out, which was captured on tape, put him on the male diva map.
Kanye West refuses to wipe his face onstage with anything less than Versace towels – and a set of the luxe linens costs around $400!
Tom Cruise is one of the biggest movie stars in the world, so it isn’t shocking that he expects to be treated better than the general public. On a recent trip to Montenegro, he reportedly demanded that his hotel’s restaurant be cleared so that he could dine alone.
Simon Cowell isn’t just a diva on The X Factor! Aside from giving attitude on the show, according to a book title Sweet Revenge: The Intimate Life of Simon Cowell, he is super vain and spends a lot of his time and money maintaining his looks.
Prince doesn’t just ask for junk food or luxurious products, he expects a mansion! The Purple Rain star reportedly requested a five-bedroom home built for him on the grounds of London’s O2 Arena, to make it easier for him when he performs in England. He has also demanded for things such as magnifying mirrors, and insisted that his dressing room be furnished with matching purple furniture and wall hangings.
Elton John’s mood swings and tantrums were no secret in the music industry, but if you want him to perform for you, make sure to provide a large arrangement of colored flowers with absolustely NO chrysanthemums, lilies, carnations or daisies.
From making sure his melon is cut into squares to banning his fans from wearing Slash merchandise at GNR concerts, Axl Rose is far from low maintenance.
Steven Tyler definitely proved he was a diva during American Idol, but he really revealed himself in his memoir. A few of his outrageous requests during his early Aerosmith years included lots of drugs and a full-length mirror!
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Justin Timberlake doesn’t like to share elevators with random people! While celebrating the release of Friends with Benefits in 2011, the superstar reportedly had people kicked out of an elevator so he could ride it in peace. Other requests of the former Mouseketeer include mirrors on the ceiling over his bed in his hotel room.
If you want Lil Wayne to perform a gig, you must provide the rapper with a whopping four off duty police officers to make sure he gets safely to the venue from his hotel!
Paul McCartney takes his veganism very seriously, so if you book him for a show, you better make sure there is absolutely no leather or animal product around. The former Beatle refuses to ride in leather seated limos or step into a dressing room with any sort of animal print.
Jay Z put himself on the diva map when a tour rider surfaced, in which he required such luxuries as a Maybach with tinted windows, $300 champagne and “high quality” peanut butter and jelly.
Scott Disick is not the most liked male on reality television, but he shocked travelers in 2011when he demanded that he be allowed to board a Southwest Airlines flight before anyone else.
Diddy, aka Puff Daddy, aka Sean Combs only rides in the best of vehicles and demands chauffeur driven Rolls-Royces, Mercedes and Maseratis.
Will Smith’s former “mom” on the Fresh Prince of Bel Air recently dished that when he was young, Will was a total diva on the set and that he would have any guest star fired that overshadowed him.
Russell Crowe raised eyebrows when he demanded daily helicopter flights across the UK while he was flown onto the set of 2009’s Robin Hood.
Eminem has lots of elegant requests on his tour rider, but during a 2011 show in Northern Ireland his request for a pond full of koi carp to be installed backstage, was more than a little outrageous.