No matter how famous you become, there are a handful of things that every person on the planet experiences: nagging parents, acne, and having your name misspelled at Starbucks. There are a lot of theories out there that Starbucks baristas purposely misspell customers’ names out of boredom and for the LOLs. These hilarious celebrity Starbucks mishaps only strengthen that theory.
Whether you’re an supermodel like Hailey Baldwin or an international pop star like Rita Ora, you will, at some point in your life, have your name misspelled at Starbucks. All you can do is laugh and sip your cappuccino. These famous Starbucks customers know this experience firsthand. Check out 10 celebrities who have had their names hilariously misspelled at Starbucks, ahead.
Model Hailey Baldwin may be known in “It” girl circles, but to a Starbucks employee, she’s “Amy.”
A Starbucks barista added an extra vowel to singer Rita Ora‘s name and mistook her as “Reita.”
The Spice Girls may have disbanded years ago, but Victoria Beckham is still known as Posh to some Starbucks employees, according to her son Cruz‘s Instagram.
Isla Fisher would rather be called “Aila” at Starbucks than Ed Sheeran, Jessica Chastain, Amy Adams, or a number of other celebrity doppelgängers.
A Starbucks barista clearly recognized Michael Phelps and wrote his name as “GOAT,” which stands for “Greatest of All Time,” on his coffee cups.
On a visit to Starbucks, Helen Hunt thought the barista recognized her from a movie. She actually mistook her for her frequent doppelgänger, Jodie Foster.
A Starbucks barista left off a letter on “The Today Show” host Hoda Kotb‘s coffee cup.
A Starbucks employee put in a lot of effort to butcher Broadway star Lea Salonga‘s name.
“Pretty Little Liars” star Janel Parrish is no stranger to having her name misspelled at Starbucks. (Take a look at her many Instagrams for proof.) Here, she’s mistaken for “Annelle.”
We kind of understand why a Starbucks barista mistook Caitlyn Jenner‘s name as “Kaitlyn,” given that she comes from a family of famous Ks.