While promoting her new fragrance at the London Hotel in West Hollywood, California, last March, Kim Kardashian's perfect ensemble was temporarily ruined when she was showered with flour while walking the red carpet. The reality star was a surprisingly good sport about the whole ordeal, cleaning off her hair and blazer and even laughing about the incident. "That probably is the craziest, unexpected, weird thing that ever happened to me,"
As Lindsay Lohan sauntered into court nearly an hour late on Monday, the first day of her trial for lying to police, reckless driving, and obstructing an officer, she found herself "glitter-bombed" by a bystander. The woman ran off behind the courthouse and presumably hopped into a getaway car, so no word on what her motive was. Maybe the perpetrator just has a real problem with tardiness? (3/18/2013)
And that wasn't LiLo's first red-carpet attack. Back in 2008 the "Mean Girls" star was appalled when she was the target of a flour bomb outside a Paris nightclub. Animal rights group PETA was responsible for the toss, meant to draw attention to the fact Lohan was draped in a dead animal – in this case, a fur stole. (11/15/2008)
If there's anyone who takes himself super seriously on the red carpet, it's the beautiful Ryan Seacrest. But the millionaire TV host was thrown for a loop in early 2012 while covering the Oscars for E! when Sacha Baron Cohen (wearing a costume from his then-yet-to-be-released flick "The Dictator") dumped an urn full of what he pretended were real-life North Korean dictator Kim Jong-il's ashes all over the coiffed correspondent.
Tom Cruise was in the middle of yet another ordinary red carpet interview at the premiere of his action flick “War of the Worlds” in 2005, when something very out of the ordinary happened … the reporter squirted water in his face. “Now why would you do that? Why would you do that?” a shocked Cruise asked. He grew increasingly angry as he pulled the reporter in closer to him by the hand. “I’m here giving you an interview and you do something
That same year, one of the world's biggest fashion icons, Vogue editor Anna Wintour, was hit with a pie in the face while outside a Paris fashion show, courtesy of animal rights group PETA. Wait, isn't a pie made with animal products like milk and butter? Not this one. It was tofu pie. And Wintour didn't look like she enjoyed it one bit.