So, guess what? John Travolta can't get a table at KFC.
We're not talking, "the place is so busy and nobody would move for John Travolta."
We're talking, "someone called ahead and tried to book a table at KFC for John Travolta and was denied."
Which is hilarious!
Johnny T was in town for some sort of Scientology thing or something, and a rep called to a local KFC and asked if they could reserve a table for the actor and his friends, and then this happened:
'To me, customers are customers, no matter who they are. It doesn't make a difference if someone is famous. The lady who called didn't give me her name, she just said it will be for a Mr Travolta. That threw me a little bit. I thought it might be a load of nonsense, but she seemed pretty serious.'
And then that KFC worker told the rep that he could queue up front like everyone else.
We say: Bravo!
Why should he get special treatment at a KFC for being famous??
But, a spokesperson at KFC is either a huge fan or just doesn't really have a spine when it comes to dealing with entitled celebs and said:
'In hindsight, of course, we would have reserved a table for him. It's not every day you get a Hollywood star eating in your restaurant.'
We wonder if he wanted to try one of those Bacon Bowl Abominations?