According to a new poll from Bravo and Star magazine, Brad
wedding would be the party most people would like to attend, and they would be thrilled to see Cameron Diaz
jumping out of their birthday cake. The "Party/Party" Poll of 1,000 people had some other interesting results ...
No surprise: The "Brangelina" wedding is the hottest ticket in town, with nearly half of the respondents choosing their wedding as the one they would most like to be a guest at. Tom Cruise
and Katie Holmes
came in with only 25%, just ahead of Ellen Degeneres
and Portia de Rossi
(18%). Christina Aguilera
and Jordan Bratman don't need to worry about party crashers with only 11% of respondents interested in attending their nuptials. Oprah
beats out Martha
as the celebrity they'd most want to plan their holiday party. With an overwhelming 43% of the vote, Oprah topped Martha's 26%. Infamous party guy P. Diddy
got 16% of the vote and Bravo's Fab Five (Queer Eye
) had 15% of the vote. Gwyneth Paltrow
and Chris Martin's
daughter is the "apple" of everyone's eye: Apple Martin came in with nearly half of the votes for the celebrity offspring you would want as ring bearer at your wedding, ahead of Sean Preston Federline (Britney
& Kevin), Rocco Ritchie (Madonna
& Guy) and Henry Guenther Ademola Dashtu (Heidi Klum
People would "Put on a Happy Face" if Tony Bennett
sang at their holiday party instead of Madonna! More people would want Bennett (39%) to perform at their party over the "Material Girl" (26%). England's rock and roll sons Coldplay
came in close behind with 23%, and 50 Cent
wouldn't get his name in change for a holiday gig with only 11% picking him for their party entertainment.
Cameron Diaz is the icing on the cake! There must be something about Cameron...she came in as the #1 female celebrity folks would want to jump out of their birthday cake, with 36% of respondent choosing her over Jessica Simpson
and Jessica Alba
. Folks don't have a sweet tooth for Tyra Banks
, who had only 17% of the votes. George Clooney
and Matthew McConaughey
are in a dead heat for first place, as the celebrity male folks would most like to have jump out of their birthday cake, taking 38% and 37% of the votes respectively. Nobody was digging Taye Diggs
, who came in with only 9% of the votes. Even "The Donald
" was able to "Trump" up 17% of the vote, almost twice as many as Taye. The female participants had a bit of a different opinion with Matt taking 46%, Swooney Clooney getting 39%, Taye with 10% and Donald with only 5%.
Despite having a bun in the oven, Jennifer Garner
was the popular pick for a bridesmaid with 43% of our respondents selecting her as the celebrity female they'd want in their wedding. Eva Longoria
wasn't quite desperate with 28% of the vote, followed by Patricia Arquette
with 21% and Mischa Barton
The third time must truly be a charm for Jennifer Lopez
since her wedding to Marc Anthony
(in the backyard of their Beverly Hills Mansion) scored the most votes with a whopping 69% of people choosing this celebrity wedding as the one they would most want their own wedding to be like. An ad-sponsored wedding may not have been considered romantic by most since Star Jones
and Al Reynold's Park Avenue wedding only got 5% of the votes.
Some went for classic and some went for new school with Animal House
(44%) edging out American Pie
(31%) for the favorite party movie. Old School
has some fans with 16% and Dazed and Confused
fans still remembered it despite short-term memory loss with 10% of the vote.
Everyone wants to be there if Seinfeld's
Elaine and Jerry finally tie the knot! 40% of our respondents said that Elaine and Jerry were the TV pair wedding they'd most like to witness. If Jack and Kate (Lost
) ever get off the island 23% of folks would RSVP for their wedding. Carrie and the elusive Mr. Big (Sex and the City
) came in close behind with 21% and Luke and Lorelai's (Gilmore Girls
) can save money on the catering with only 16% of the vote.
It's a three-way for Orlando
! Bloom, Crowe and Foxx were in dead heat for first place as the choice for who folks would want as their best man at their wedding. Colin Farrell's
reputation as wild child may have affected him as a reliable choice with only 18% of respondents voting for him.
The ultimate party for most people happens on their wedding day and the ultimate place to get hitched was "barefoot on the beach." 44% of those polled felt that they wanted to feel sand between their toes when they tie the knot. 34% would stick with tradition and have their wedding at a church, synagogue or other house of worship. A five-star hotel was the next choice for folks with 20% of the vote. Last on anyone's list for the "big day" was having the ceremony at city hall getting only 2% of the vote.
Most people would dish out dollars for the biggest party of their life, but wouldn't go over-board. Over half of those polled (53%) would spend $50,000 and 26% would be penny-pinchers, only spending $500. There weren't many big wheels in our group with only 8% saying they'd spend 5 million on a party and 13% were somewhere in the middle saying they'd spend $500,000.
The survey was conducted for Bravo, in conjunction with the premiere of the network's new original docu-series "Party/Party." The series will premiere on Bravo on Tuesday, Dec. 6, at 9:00 p.m.