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IN Celebrities ON 14 Jul, 2015
When someone pranks on celebrity, it must be something interesting otherwise it will end up being a crazy stunt for publicity. You might get sued. There are possible chances you even got ignored by everybody.
Chris Pratt is the one who ran from dinosaurs in "Jurassic World" and ran from them in real life as well. A Polish Prankster named Sylwester Wardega deliberately made some detailed dinosaur costumes to scare Pratt. He was famous before for a "mutant giant spider dog" prank that went viral in 2014. The video got over 140 million views, according to Tubefilter.
When Paris Hilton was on the aerial tour of Dubai, her plane simulated a nose dive. This story was created by an Egyptian TV host named Ramez Galal who tried to trick her into thinking it was real. Hilton is screaming in the video. Later, Hilton insisted she had no role in the prank and tweeted, "Scariest moment of my life. I really believed the plane was going to crash and we were all going to die."
Lady Gaga appeared on MTV prank show "Boiling Points" in 2005 when she was a 19-year-old student. She would have won $100 if she could have controlled her anger on the waitress who took away her food and brought it back covered in trash. She totally lost it when the waitress behavior got a bit out of control.
Tom Cruise, the ex of Katie Holmes was at the London premiere of Steven Spielberg's "War of the Worlds". When he was being interviewed, a man squirted him with a water pistol that made him disgusted. Later, police arrested the squirter and three other men who filmed it.
Amy Schumer fell in front of everyone. Schumer said, "All the reporters were going crazy and it was Kim and Kanye, just standing there, owning it, being short and important. And I think falling is the funniest thing, so I took a dive in front of them."
Rihanna released a video for "BBHMM," in which she pranked Jimmy Kimmel. In the song, she woke him up with her blasting song. She is wearing a big hoops earring and is dressed in a black couture ensemble. She threw money and things at him. Rihanna told Kimmel that "I am a really big fan of your April Fool's pranks, so I was like, I wanna do that."
On the set of the famous movie "Harry Potter", Daniel Radcliffe creeped into Watson's room to hide a whoopie cushion under the blanket. On this Watson said, "We did a lot of pranks! Once Daniel Radcliffe, who plays Harry, brought in a remote-controlled whoopie cushion. He tried it on me, but it didn't quite work."
Benedict Cumberbatch was targeted on the set of "Star Trek into Darkness." Cast member Chris Pine said, "We told him he had to apply the cream in dots all over his face, and there he was doing this really intense scene with sunscreen spots all over him." Cumberbatch said it was very funny, and proved that he is a good sport.
Emma Stone told Graham Norton, "I was obsessed with the Spice Girls. They taught me about girl power. I love them, and I think they're fantastic." She was sitting next to Andrew Garfield and Jamie Foxx in the show when Graham Norton asked her if she had ever met a Spice Girl. Then she freaked out, thinking that the Spice Girls were going to come out, and they didn't.
Tina Fey joked about George Clooney saying he would rather die than spend one more minute with a woman his age at the Golden Globes. She even called Matt Damon a garbageman. The George Clooney sent a letter to Fey as Matt Damon said, "Dear Tina, listen, it's Matt…I just want you to know that my kid now calls me the garbage man."
On the set of the movie "The Other Woman", Cameron Diaz and Leslie Mann got acquainted with Kate Upton and took advantage of her drowsiness. They showed Seth Meyers that they sketched facial hair on Upton's face while she dozed off on a plane.
Reese Witherspoon was fooled on the set of the movie "Just Like Heaven" where Ruffalo pretended to be mad at her. Witherspoon explained, "During one scene Mark suddenly said, 'I can't stand you. I want you to get out'. Then he jumped out the window. We were on a second-story platform up in the air and he'd secretly gotten the stuntmen to put out mattresses to stop his fall."
When Paul Rudd was promoting his movie, "This is 40," he went to Conan. He fooled Conan by showing a scene from an old movie called "Mac and Me."
Nick Cannon is the host of "America's Got Talent" show who pulled off an amazing prank. He came up with the mime and pretended that he is trapped in a box then eventually starts getting angry at the judges and charged toward them.
Liam Payne and Louis Tomlinson after seeing Niall Horan's expensive black Range Rover thought they would like to do something naughty to it. They covered the car with a rake, a teddy bear, a dustbin, and an umbrella. Niall found it funny and called it modern art.