Former LA waitress ranks her encounters with celebrity customers, from Lady Gaga to Ryan Gosling
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A former restaurant staff who spent some years waiting on the rich and famous is ranking her experience with celebrity customers.

Annie Bond worked as a waitress for five years at a busy restaurant in Los Angeles, during which she encountered many famous faces.

She made no secret that Lady Gaga was her favourite star to have served, rating the singer “five million out of ten”.

Bond said: “She remembered everybody’s name, she always looked flawless. She’s extremely nice, she’s a goddess”.

The former waitress sung the praises of actor Keanu Reeves, who she encountered on a lunch date with industry stiffs.

“He ordered a dozen oysters to himself like it’s a casual thing to do. He was so polite, he was so humble, he paid for the whole bill, and tipped super well,” she said.

“Red pill out of 10. 100% would die for Keanu Reeves.”

Bond described actress Anna Faris as “the kindest, most wonderful person alive”, adding she wished they were best friends before rating the experience a 20 out of 10.

Whilst working at the restaurant, Bond said there was one week in which the very pregnant actress Drew Barrymore came in frequently.

“She was always in a hurry, but super nice about it. A ray of sunshine and bubbles. 1000 out of 10,” Bond declared.

Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke was also rated highly as she was “flawless, incredible, and kind”, earning her “all the dragons out of 10”.

Bond recalled the notoriously low-key couple Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes strolling in one evening with their children.

She said: “They were so casual, so gorgeous, and so polite. 11 out of 10.”

Unfortunately the same could not be said for another celebrity couple, Leslie Mann and Judd Apatow, who Bond claimed were “so rude”.

She said: “I wanted to like them so much. Maybe they were just having a bad day. One out of 10.”

Bond has so chronicled her encounters on a three-part TikTok series, although has promised to reveal more in due course.

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