Hollywood's biggest stars make the most bizarre culinary demands, chefs to A-listers in a new television show have revealed.
Private chefs Of Beverly Hills will lift the lid on just what film stars like to eat and the heights they go to get what they want, according to The Sun report.
Chef Stuart O'Keeffe, 28, left Ireland for Los Angeles four years ago to cook for the city's showbiz elite and he said that the clients have no concept of money.
"They will have a party in LA and tell the chef, 'Oh, don't worry about dessert, we're having cupcakes flown in from New York,'" the Daily Telegraph quoted him as saying.
"One party I cooked at was for 40 people and they partied pretty hard. They made the entire cooking team stay there all night just so we could serve them omelets when they woke up,” he added.
And celebrity chef Jesse Brune, 29, added: "I've made some pretty crazy stuff - like bacon wrapped in candy and edible flowers.
"But the strangest one I did was when I had to cook for the client and their dogs."
Denise Vivaldo, former chef to Hollywood star Sylvester Stallone among others, revealed that she was once asked to put the kettle on because a client wanted a coffee enema.
"I said, 'Is that decaf or regular?' I was astounded,” she said.