Caitlin Worthington
Sunday 2 August 2015

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Weird celebrity dressing room demands

When you’re a world class pop star, you’re away from home almost all the time. So when you’re touring, the least you can do is make sure your dressing room is your home away from home. These stars all request some of their favorite foods to be in their dressing rooms, and some have more extreme requests.

Lady Gaga
Wine, a humidifier, a DVD player, Red Bull Light with ice, unscented candles, veggie hot dogs and an entire smoothie station. She’s also has also recently requested a mannequin with pink pubic hair.
Mariah Carey
Drapes everywhere, a temperature of 75 degrees, fried chicken (warm), Gatorade (melon-flavored), gum (sugar-free), scented candles (vanilla), white roses, protein drinks, and bottles of water (at that room temperature of 75 degrees).

Bee wants the room to be at precisely 78 degrees, a catering table, seasoned chicken and vegetables, and only Pepsi products (at least she’s staying true to what she’s promoting).
A leopard or cheetah throw rug that’s clean enough for her to walk on barefoot, a peaceful ambiance, flowers (preferably white tulips, no foliage, and the vases have to be small, clear, and square), dark drapes in the room, and six candles.

Lunchables, soda, dumbbells, jumbo shrimp, banana peppers, Red Bull (sugar-free and regular), bottled water (but no Evian), and two loaves of bread (white and wheat).
Britney Spears
Doritos, Captain Crunch, mints, Pop Tarts and Fruit Loops. There were also reports that there was a $5000 fine on her 2000 tour for any calls that came into the dressing room.
Taylor Swift
Butter, Twizzlers, Kraft Macaroni and Cheese, Welch’s Grape Juice, 2 pints of Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream (one Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough and the other Chocolate Brownie Frozen Yogurt), Starbucks, an avocado, and Smart Water.

Will Ferrell
A painted rainbow on wheels, an electric scooter, a Janet Jackson-style microphone headset, beer, soda, water and protein bars.
Vodka, Red Bull, and absinthe. Oh, and a pair of dancers, ages 20-25, wearing Burkas.
Sir Paul McCartney
Halogen lamps, three flower arrangements, a lot of plants (but no trees!), animal-free materials on the furniture, no fake animal prints, and twenty towels.
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