|Madonna a bad tipper. |
The latest issue of Vanity Fair, on newsstands now, features Madonna in a historic Africa issue.
For the making of the cover, famed photographer ANNIE LIEBOVITZ shot 20 different all-star covers. U2's BONO, guest editor for the mag's latest issue.
According to the singer, the one thing these stars all have in common is that "they are passionate about Africa."
"That's what this issue of Vanity Fair is all about," Bono says. "[It's about] trying to bring some sex appeal to the idea of wanting to change the world."
Meanwhile, Madonna, Tobey Maguire, Gwyneth Paltrow and Rupert Everett have been named
in a book exposing lousy celebrity tippers.
New York waitress Katherine Taylor has written a novel, 'Rules for Saying
Goodbye', in which her heroine - also called Katherine Taylor - lists the
Taylor confirmed through her publisher, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, that she
has worked as a West Village bartender and promised all the celebrity
anecdotes in her book are true.
One extract reads: "Gwyneth Paltrow came in. I wanted to tell her that I had
been making a list and she was on it, but Gwyneth was not stingy, only
stupid. I thought she probably couldn't calculate 15 per cent."
Everett and Madonna are named for leaving no tip, while Maguire, Barbra
Streisand and John Travolta's wife Kelly Preston are listed as giving very
Another anecdote from the book claims "Paul McCartney was once too drunk to