We Heard WHAT!? (pt. 4)

2008-08-28 17:21
 
Why pop stars should stay at home
Michael Jackson has been named one of The World's Worst Hotel Guests, reports Bang Showbiz. Jackson was included on the list compiled by website concierge.com due to his irresponsible behaviour in dangling his nine-month-old son Prince Michael II over the balcony of a hotel in Berlin in 2002. The website also criticises Jackson for forcing the World Music Awards to book nearly the whole of London's Hempel Hotel before his performance in 2006. He also asked staff to erect a five-metre wall on the first floor to protect his privacy. Other celebrities to be named on the list include Britney Spears, Mariah Carey, Nicole Kidman and Amy Winehouse. Britney has been shamed for reportedly trashing rooms at hotels in Los Angeles' Beverly Hills area and attracting swarms of paparazzi. Mariah appears for her alleged diva demands such as requesting gold bathroom fixtures, new toilet seats, mineral water for her bath and dogs and two DVD players showing her own music videos. Amy Wino is accused of wrecking rooms by leaving alcohol stains, dirty underwear, bottles and cigarette butts in her rooms, and staining bathtubs with black hair dye. Stars will be stars and trash hotel rooms because they can, but spare a thought for the poor soul who has to pick up Amy’s dirty underwear. On the one hand, gross, very gross – and on the other it could prove valuable on eBay…

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In music news this week: Avril Lavigne is too sexy for Malaysia, Pitch Black Afro arrested, P Diddy gets mad over fuel prices, and which muso is the World’s Worst Hotel Guest?

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