Not all celebrities receive special treatment at highly publicized events nor are they always recognized by people working at the gig - Hugh Grant being one of them. The British actor was a bit taken aback after he was stopped from entering a show during London Fashion Week.
The "Notting Hill" actor was accompanying girlfriend Jemima Khan to the relaunching of 60s clothing label Biba, when he was suddenly held back by a catwalk assistant, who failed to recognize him.
Just like Jennifer Aniston did - and which proved to be a very smart move on her part - Eva Longoria has confirmed she will no longer do television when the hit show "Desperate Housewives" comes to an end.
The actress - who plays Gabrielle Solis in the hit drama - insists she will focus on movies when the hit show runs its course but won't turn her back on the series before then.
No more wearing granny panties for Renee Zellwegger - somebody else can make use of it now or put it on display. The "Bridget Jones" star has revealed she is auctioning off her massive panties from her movie to charity.
The infamous underwear - which was worn by Renee Zellweger in both "Bridget Jones Diary" movies - are to be sold to raise money for some of London's most famous green spaces, including Regents Park and Kensington Gardens where key scenes in the movies were shot.
Elizabeth Hurley was quite the attraction at a film premiere in the late 90s when she wore a ridiculous looking gold pin safety dress. However, the actress wants to make sure she does not make that mistake at her wedding. Liz has reportedly rejected one of her 13 wedding dresses because it looks too much like her notorious safety pin outfit.
The "Austin Powers" actress - who recently announced she is planning to wear numerous gowns during her four-day wedding to long-time love Arun Nayar - has turned down the garment because she doesn't think she can carry off such a daring look at the age of 41.