Prior to appearing on TV, this reality star worked at a department store frequented by A-list celebs, whom she'd annoy by chatting them up as if they were at a party and not a store. The stars complained and she was quickly fired. Who could it be?
What did Tila Tequila do before she became "Tila Tequila" anyway? According to Wikipedia, she was discovered at the Sharpstown Mall in Houston by a Playboy scout — not an A-list celebrity. Close but no cigar, boys and girls!
With all the dancing and cheerleading Paula did as a teen, we'd be surprised if the "American Idol" judge had a job back then. If she did, it probably would've been at a mall in the Valley. She is a chatterbox, but isn't our high-end sales suspect.
Before "Survivor," Elisabeth (Filarski) Hasselbeck worked in fashion as a designer for Puma. After the reality starlet became a regular host on "The View," we learned about her yappy streak. But, we don't think she's the culprit this time.
Tiffany "New York" Pollard once said, "I moved to Hollywood to pursue my dreams of being an actress, but didn't go on any auditions. I went out and partied, having a great time, and then I got discovered [on "Flavor of Love"]. Hmmm. Could be!
Former "Girl Next Door" Kendra Wilkinson claims she paid for her breast enhancement ("my first big investment") with money saved from her summer jobs. Could one of them have been at a department store? Nah. She's more the Olive Garden-waitress type.
Before Lo Bosworth became a star on "The Hills" and scored a gig as the Canadian rep for an oral contraceptive, Yaz, did she work at a department store? Nope. She may be an attention-seeker, but Lo has said that going to school was her only "job."
Little-known fact: "Millionaire Matchmaker" Patti Stanger is a third-generation cupid — but she also worked in the fashion industry for 10 years. Could she have been that annoying saleswoman bothering every celeb who crossed her path? You bet.
"Real Housewives of New York" star Kelly Bensimon recently displayed very aggressive behavior towards her ex. Is she capable of badgering celebrities, too? The former model and fashion vet also has a kiss-uppy way about her. She's a likely suspect!
Before "Rock of Love" contestant (and Sharon Osbourne catfighter) Megan Hauserman tried to woo Bret Michaels, she was a Playboy Cyber Girl and, shockingly, an accountant. With a resume that diverse, she also may have pestered celeb shoppers.
"The Real World: Las Vegas" bathtub and Playboy star Trishelle Cannatella was probably a salesgirl in the past. We could see her being drunk on the job and a little inappropriate with the customers, but why would they fire her? She's so sweet!