Alec Baldwin, star of NBC's "30 Rock," was so engrossed in the Scrabble-like game he got ejected from an American Airlines flight for refusing to stop playing. The actor took his phone into the plane's lavatory, slamming the door hard enough to alarm pilots in the cockpit according to American Airlines.
Leisha Hailey - Sept. 2011Grounded for making out.
Musician and actress Leisha Hailey, who starred in the Showtime cable show "The L Word," was taken off of a Southwest flight after kissing a female friend on the plane, according to CBS affiliate WDBJ.
Billie Joe Armstrong - Sept. 2011Grounded for saggy pants.
Green Day's lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong was kicked off of a Southwest flight for refusing to pull up his sagging jeans.
Kevin Smith - Feb. 2010Grounded for allegedly violating Southwest Airlines "Customer of Size" policy -- being too big to fit properly in a single seat.
Rather than play "Silent Bob," Kevin Smith unleashed a Twitter tirade after getting bumped. According to CBS affiliate WDBJ, Southwest eventually apologized for booting the celeb.
Pete Doherty - June 2009Grounded for drug use.
According to CBS affiliate WDBJ, flight attendants found British musician Pete Doherty slumped over the plane's toilet with a hypodermic needle, described as looking "completely out of it."
Fergie - March 2007Grounded for excessive drinking.
The Black Eyed Peas singer was stopped from boarding a jet in Los Angeles, allegedly slurring her words and having trouble standing.
Mo'Nique - July 2006Grounded for fighting over a hair dryer.
Mo'Nique was escorted out by police after trying to store her stylist's hair dryer in first class, according to CBS affiliate WDBJ. The 9/11 reference probably didn't help.
Ivana Trump - Dec. 2009Grounded for acting childish.
Police escorted an irate Ivana Trump off a plane in Florida after she became belligerent over children running and screaming in the aisles, according to CBS affiliate WDBJ.
Sky Blu of Rap Group LMFAO - Feb. 2010Grounded for attacking Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
Romney and his wife were sitting in the economy section of an Air Canada flight to Los Angeles after attending the Olympic Games when Sky Blu, seated in front of them, became "physically violent," Canada's Globe and Mail first reported. Romney asked the rapper to raise his seat for takeoff, after which Sky Blu reportedly tried to strike Romney.
Zsa Zsa Gabor - Jan. 1989Grounded for dogging the flight crew.
According to CBS affiliate WDBJ, actress Zsa Zsa Gabor refused to put her Shih Tzu dogs, Genghis Khan and Macho Man, in their custom carriers as they wandered around the cabin.
Michael Vick - Jan. 2007Grounded for hiding a marijuana-like substance.
Michael Vick was stopped at security when it was discovered his water bottle had a secret compartment containing a pungent particulate, according to CBS affiliate WDBJ.
David Hasselhoff - July 2006Grounded for excessive drinking.
Nobody hassles "The Hoff," except for British Airways where witnesses said the former "Baywatch" star was too drunk to board a flight to Los Angeles.
Joan Rivers - Jan. 2010Grounded for having a "fishy" boarding pass.
Joan Rivers, bumped by a gate agent, was told that having both her married and professional names on her passport was suspicious, according to CBS affiliate WDBJ. David Letterman would later joke "airport security said they were suspicious of Joan's passport. Well, of course -- the photo was her old face!"
Peter Buck - April 2001Grounded for trashing a British Airways flight during a drunken rampage.
According to CBS affiliate WDBJ, staff and passengers say REM guitarist Peter Buck sprayed the crew with yogurt, toppled a cart of breakfast crockery and reached for the control panel of an exit door.
Cat Stevens - Sept. 2004Grounded for mistakenly being added to a terrorist watch list.
Musician Cat Stevens' cross-country flight was diverted in air when his adopted Muslim name Yusuf Islam raised red flags at customs, according to CBS affiliate WDBJ.
Randy Moss - June 2000Grounded for flight interference.
Former New England Patriots' wide receiver Randy Moss was ejected for arguing with a US Airways flight attendant over the storage of his carry-on luggage.