Pop diva Jennifer Lopez recently stunned recording studio staff with an outrageous demand that they change all the light bulbs before she arrived for her recording session. The star sent a three-page list of requests to the Westlake Studios in Los Angeles just two hours before she was due to arrive.
Top of the list was a demand for special dim light bulbs which had to be angled to make the star look "desirable"
A record executive told Britain's Daily Mirror newspaper: "J.Lo was such a diva when she was here last week. Her people sent us a three-page rider request for her dressing room which was absurd. It was so last-minute.
"All the lights had to be at a certain wattage and an angle to make her look good. We've never seen anything like it since Michael Jackson asked for a room to be made above the studio so his monkey Bubbles could watch him record."
Other demands included: hot Cuban bread, dozens of packets of Skittles, a gourmet selection of meats, a cheese platter and scented candles.
The studio insider added: "We needed six extra members of staff to fetch everything she needed. There was enough to feed about 20 people in the end, but she barely so much as looked at it."