The Fake Names Celebrities Use To Check-In At Hotels

Have you ever found out about a celebrity staying at a hotel in your city?  Well, they want their privacy, so someone like Brad Pitt won’t register using his real name.  No way, but we do know the fake name he uses!  Check out this list of fictitious names celebrities use when checking into hotels.

When Britney Spears checks in at hotels across the U.S., I find it hilarious that she sometimes uses the name Alotta Warmheart when she wants to avoid her fans.

If you’re trying to deliver flowers to Angelina Jolie’s room, check the front desk for the name Miss Lollipop.  Yes, seriously.

When Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston used to stay together in hotels, they would sign-in under the lovely couple Mr. and Mrs. Ross Vegas.

Singer Elton John uses several names, including Sir Humphrey Handbag, Brian Bigbun, and Bobo Latrine.  (Bobo Latrine sounds like the place where clowns go to the bathroom at the circus.)

I’m betting George Clooney might re-think using this alias, because in the past, he’s used the name Arnold Schwarzenegger to check into hotels.

Instead of having all those fans coming up to Justin Bieber’s room for autographs, he uses the name Chandler Bing at hotels.  Guess someone is a fan of “Friends.”

If you’re familiar with the play “A Streetcar Named Desire,” then you’re familiar with the character Stanley Kowalski.  That’s the name Jon Bon Jovi has been known to use in hotels.

Instead of using the name “Chubby Cheeks,” Val Kilmer likes to use the name of one of our Founding Fathers, Thomas Paine.

Nicole Scherzinger of the Pussycat Dolls must be a fan of “The Simpson’s,” considering she uses the name Edna Krabapple to check-in.

Kate Beckinsale told the “Courier Mail” that she’s been known to use the name Sigourney Beaver at hotels.  Isn’t that worse?

The only reason Johnny Depp uses the name Mr. Stench at hotels is because he thinks it’s funny to hear the staff say “Good Morning Mr. Stench.”

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  1. Kate says:

    How is that legal. I always have to show ID when I check into hotels.

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