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18 ‘nice allegations’ against celebrities to make your day better

Providing a little light among the gloom of the tumult of sexual harassment and assault allegations emerging from Hollywood and the UK, someone posted this on Twitter.

if anyone has any nice allegations against a celebrity that would be great too. does a famous actor give good christmas presents. does lady comedian alwyays smoke people out

— BAKOON (@BAKKOOONN) November 9, 2017

And it turns out, people did. Lots of them.


Lou Diamond Phillips stuck up for me against a really rude customer at a coffee cart I used to work at

— Egadsden (@itspronounced48) November 9, 2017


Kenny G would always tip $100 whenever I came to his house to fix whatever

— Egadsden? (@itspronounced48) November 10, 2017


I helped install Cuba Gooding Jrs home theater and he was SO excited and appreciative when we set him up to play different music in different rooms

— Egadsden? (@itspronounced48) November 10, 2017


Also at coffee cart I helped Salma Hayek a few times, she always tipped heavy and was very nice

— Egadsden? (@itspronounced48) November 10, 2017


Wrote on an Xmas BBC show for Barry Humphries early 2000s, he offered to take my Christmas gift for my mum home to Melbourne, also wrote her a hand written note she kept framed.

— tom jamieson (@jamiesont) November 10, 2017


Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman let me stay with them when my mom was in the hospital for cancer surgeries

— Mara “Get Rid of the Nazis” Wilson (@MaraWilson) November 10, 2017


Woody Harrelson once came into the board game cafe I was working at and asked politely if anybody would play board games with him, then smoked up the whole table he was playing Balderdash with.

— Leaf-Peeping MGK (@mightygodking) November 10, 2017


George Michael anonymously donated £9k to a woman he saw on a TV gameshow who was trying to raise money for IVF treatment

— Greg Jenner (@greg_jenner) November 10, 2017


Stood behind Sean Connery in Starbucks once. When asked his name for his cup he said “Connery, Sean Connery.”

Under his breath as the barista walked away he whispered:
“License to drink tea.”

— James Felton (@JimMFelton) November 10, 2017


also when I was an intern at Conan (also a great guy!!), Tom Hanks bought all 50+ interns In-N-Out because he thought we looked hungry

— Rachel Paige (@rachmeetsworld) November 10, 2017


There’s a scheme for getting teens hiking outdoors in the Uk called Duke of Edinburgh. My friend was on it, it started raining hard. 5 miles from checkpoint. A land rover driver picked them up and dropped them round the corner. It was Pete Postlethwaite

— Paul Savage (@comedysavage) November 10, 2017


I worked with Kathy Bates this year, who is a wiseass. At one point while I was reading my script she tapped me on the shoulder. “Get your face out of that and watch me work, you might learn something.” Then walked away. KILLED me. Kathy Bates!! Queen.

— Matt Braunger (@Braunger) November 11, 2017


Denzel Washington helped me down some steps at a play when I was on crutches & Annie Clark (St. Vincent) is super cool. Like fun and funny and warm.

— Ashley C. Ford (@iSmashFizzle) November 10, 2017


Spying me in a near-empty bar, Nicole Kidman engaged me in conversation for a good half hour, never once bringing up celebrity – instead just talking about life, asking me about myself, and being generally wonderful for no reason other than being wonderful.

— Ted Geoghegan (@tedgeoghegan) November 10, 2017


Salma Hayek danced with my little sister at a party once, as did Shannon Doherty, and Spice Girl Mel C played Connect 4 with her. Lucy Liu was so incredibly kind and lovely when we worked together when I was nine that she became one of my first big crushes.

— Mara “Get Rid of the Nazis” Wilson (@MaraWilson) November 10, 2017


David Tennant not only graciously accepted an academic paper from a random fan in the Richard II stage door line but actually read it and sent me an appreciative note about it

— the cold genius (@angevin2) November 9, 2017


I was crying quietly to myself after my Mom died in a cafe, Robin Williams noticed me and paid my check. He whispered things usually get better.

— catherine (@pantone7605) November 11, 2017


So here’s one @RealGDT to the Perl @perlmutations once asked “Bro there is young man named Zachary who’s Make a Wish is to meet Hellboy” PERL “absolutely no problem I’ll go meet him”. GDT says “No bro he wants to meet Hellboy not Ron Perlman! 4 hours Later in a make up chair!?

— David Hunter ⛳ (@hollywuuud) November 11, 2017


I almost threw my phone.

— Aashish Mehrotra (@AgniBankai) November 11, 2017



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