As we've mentioned here before, certain celebrities treated the inauguration like a splashy party at Hyde.
Logically they must surely know the president and family are the main focal point, but it's still tough to wrestle away any shred of the spotlight they've clawed so hard for.
Mariah Carey for instance, let everyone know the VIP seating area was completely unsuitable for someone of her astronomical status.
"Mariah was in the VIP area, where every celebrity, like Jon Bon Jovi, Mary J. Blige, Alicia Keys and Bruce Springsteen, was seated. But somehow she thought she'd be up with the Obama family. When she realized she wasn't, she bailed."
Diddy also felt unloved and sort of ignored at the inauguration. He was upset he wasn't invited to perform and jealous that Jay-Z had a "bigger presence."
This is all rather embarrassing, but they can't help themselves.
I mean is that anyway to treat the first black James Bond and this woman?