An L.A. Restaurant Server Is Ranking Celebs Based on How Rude They Are
From "extremely nice" and a "goddess" all the way down to "so rude."
A new trend has taken off on TikTok in which people who have worked with or around celebrities are rating their interactions with them. While scrolling the app, you can find reviews from users in all kinds of service professions, from flight attendants to stylists to restaurant servers. And they're racking up views for their honest critiques. One of those accounts that's blowing up belongs to Annie Bond, a comedian, actor, and server, who worked at a restaurant in Los Angeles for several years. Looking back at her time there as a server, she's ranking the celebs she encountered on the job.
Bond has released ten videos in her "Rating Celebs I've Waited On" series so far. She makes it very clear that these ratings are just based on her personal experience at the unnamed restaurant and that she understands people can have an off day. "Just to be clear, I'm rating the experience I had with them, not their value as a human being," Bond says in one video. Plus, the ratings are pretty silly. Instead of just using a scale of one-to-ten, sometimes a celeb will get "5 million out of ten" or "all the dragons out of ten."
Keep reading to see how Bond rated 27 celebrities, from best to worst. And to check out another TikTok rating, read A Celebrity Stylist Is Rating Stars Based on How Rude They Are.
Rating: 5 million/10
In her series, Bond gave Lady Gaga the highest rating. (Five million is higher than "all the dragons," right?) "She's extremely nice. She's a goddess," Bond said.
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Rating: Red Pill/10
Keanu Reeves came into the restaurant with "industry stiffs" and ordered "a dozen oysters to himself like it's a casual thing to do," Bond said. He was "so polite, so humble" and tipped well. In an interview with BuzzFeed, Bond said that Reeves was a "close second" to Drew Barrymore when it comes to her favorite celeb she's waited on.
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Rating: All the Dragons/10
"She was flawless, incredible, so kind," Bond said of Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke. For that, the server gave her an appropriately GoT-themed rating.
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Kaitlin Olson and Rob McElhenney
Rating: 1 million/10
Bond is a big fan of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, so when married co-stars Kaitlin Olson and Rob McElhenney came in to the restaurant, she wanted to say something to them but was nervous. She finally managed to say, "By the way, I think you're both really awesome" as they were leaving, and Olson gave "the most genuine thank you."
Rating: 1 million/10
Saturday Night Live alum Will Forte also scored this enviable rating. Bond said she's a big fan, and could only muster pronouncing his name strangely when he came in for his reservation. "He was so nice despite me being so cringe," she noted, and added that he tipped well.
Bond said The Wire star Idris Elba is "somehow more attractive in person." She added, "He is so nice, so confident, and there is something very smooth about him." They didn't interact much because he was at the restaurant for an event, but she concluded, "10,000/10. I'm in love."
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"I've had the absolute privilege of waiting on Danny DeVito multiple times," Bond said. She added that he tips well and likes to order food for the table.
Bond said Barrymore "was just like a ray of sunshine and bubbles for my day." While she only gave her a 1,000/10 in the TikTok video, in the interview with BuzzFeed, Bond said Barrymore was her favorite celebrity to wait on.
Lin-Manuel Miranda also got a 1,000/10. He was not at Bond's table and she was starstruck at seeing him, but, she said, "He is amazing and was super nice to everybody."
"She is truly a shining sunbeam in the world," Bond said of Marriage Story actor Laura Dern.
According to Bond, Dern's Big Little Lies co-star Reese Witherspoon "is everything you want her to be and more." She continued, "She's sweet. She's bubbly. She's a little bitty, tiny, tiny human. I adored her."
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Emma Thompson told Bond that she "has a lovely voice," and Bond returned the complement. The Sense and Sensibility star "was so nice the whole time and just smiling and laughing."
Bond had a lot of praise of How I Met Your Mother star Jason Segel, but he only got a 100/10. "Jason Segel is the nicest celebrity I have ever met, by far," she said. She added that she has "a giant crush" on him.
Bond gave a vivid description of how Charlize Theron enters a room. Apparently, when she arrived, all eyes turned to her. "I swear when she walks it's like she's just gliding across the room. She's a literal goddess."
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While Bond didn't wait on Henry Winkler herself, she was impressed with an exchange she saw between him and a fan. The fan asked for a photo and said they were a huge fan, and Winkler responded, "I'm such a huge fan of you." Bond added, "It was the cutest little interaction I've ever seen."
Bond said that Ben Platt came to the restaurant around the time his fame was growing thanks to his role in the Broadway play Dear Evan Hansen. She said he was "so sweet" to fans who spoke to him. "He's like a cute little teddy bear and I just want to give him a hug."
Showing that this rating system isn't an exact science, Mom star Anna Faris, who is "the kindest, most wonderful person alive," got a mere 20/10.
Bond said that Tyra Banks was the opposite of what she was expecting after being a fan of America's Next Top Model. Apparently, the model and actor was pretty "quiet and reserved." Bond added that she tipped well, however.
Bond didn't share too much about how Ocean's 8 star Sarah Paulson was as a customer, but she did say, "She's goofy as hell. Loved her."
Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes
Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes were "so casual and so gorgeous and so polite," according to Bond. She added that she would like to be in their relationship with them.
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Bond praised Zooey Deschanel for helping her through a crowded party when she was carrying a serving tray. She said the New Girl star's rating would be higher, but she wasn't at the restaurant very long.
Only now do things take a turn for the somewhat negative in Bond's reviews. Before Shailene Woodley came to the restaurant, Bond said they were sent a list of her dietary restrictions, so she was expecting a "diva." Instead, Woodley was "super friendly, super nice," and not fussy about her food. "Her team might need some work," Bond said.
Ryan Murphy is "so polite" and "tips so well," but Bond had a particular reason for lowering the writer and producer's rating. "He is extremely intimidating as a human being, though, so I'm going to give him a 6/10 because I was usually a little stressed when he came in."
Drake got a 6/10 because he was just okay. "He drank rosé on ice. He had a kale salad. He was fine."
Bond wasn't a fan of Glee star Darren Criss because she said he flagged down anyone working if he needed something. "Darren Criss is the guy who comes to the restaurant who doesn't understand that there is one server per table," she said. "I don't like those kind of people."
Bond said Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them star Katherine Waterston was "not very nice." She explained, "She just seemed to not want me to exist that day. I'm not sure what happened to her before she came in, but it was very uncomfortable."
Leslie Mann and Judd Apatow
Lastly, Bond was most disappointed in actor Leslie Mann and her director husband Judd Apatow. "I wanted to like [them] so much but they were so rude. Maybe they were just having a bad day," she said. She added in the interview with BuzzFeed, "I hope we just got them on an off day and that they are usually nicer! I try to give everyone the benefit of the doubt since we're all human, even the rich and famous humans."
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