It's been a long, tumultuous road for the pop princess. While pregnant with her second son, Jayden James Federline, in 2006, rumors circulated that Britney Spears was craving dirt. She herself hasn't commented on the purported dirt cravings.
When Halle Berry was pregnant with her daughter, her baby daddy Gabriel Aubry told the press, “She craves pickles and any bread. Doesn't matter, as long as it's salt and pickles.”
Nicole’s husband got the brunt of her late-night cravings. “It’s not so much the craziness of the craving, it’s just when she craves it,” said Joel Madden.
When pregnant with her twins, super-svelte Angelina Jolie had a thing for onion rings covered with mustard, which she’d follow up with a box of chocolates.
While due with second daughter, Seraphina, the actress confessed her cravings aren’t just when she’s pregnant. “I use pregnancy as an excuse to say I’m craving ice cream and chocolate, but really, that’s just me,” Garner said.
Leave it to the cultural queen of England to have an equally English craving. When pregnant with soccer star David Beckham's fourth child, an insider told The Sun that former Spice Girl, Victoria Beckham was craving marmalade and loads of tea.
This eldest Kardashian had a craving for a wide range of flavors. "My most intense craving was a waffle with butter and syrup. My weirdest [was] a relish and mayo sandwich, but only once, thank god!"
Milla Jovovich revealed she went on a mad search for quite an odd craving when she was pregnant with daughter, Ever Gabo. The actress said, "I was craving bone marrow one day, and I scoured the whole of Paris searching for the leg of a cow."
The How I Met Your Mother star made drastic changes in her diet when she was pregnant with daughter, Satyana. "I basically went from being a vegan to meat and cheese — and ginger ale!" she told Us Weekly.
Jennifer Connelly told The Tonight Show that her cravings were different and that she had a trick to curing pregnancy nausea. "I stood in front of my refrigerator, which was open, with me dipping pretzels in cream cheese and stuffing them in my mouth."
Before giving birth to her daughter, Carys Zeta Douglas, in 2003, Catherine Zeta Jones star told the media that she was craving Marmite, a British food spread made from yeast extract.
When Natalie Portman discovered she was pregnant, her dietary habits changed. In addition to eating meat again — she was a long time vegan — she also admitted that she was craving "anything with vinegar" in addition to ketchup and pickles.
“Sour Patch Kids, or Sour Skittles, sour anything," pop superstar, Pink, admitted what she craved to Access Hollywood. “Maybe that’s a testament to myself,” she added.
When pregnant with baby Bryn, reality star Bethenny Frankel announced, “I’m not drinking alcohol or that much coffee but I’m craving orange juice and split pea soup. It’s like somebody else eating hot fudge - I could die over it.”
“I crave food! I don’t care what it is!” Christina Applegate told George Lopez. But she’s especially fond of ketchup and pancakes (let’s hope not combined).
Throughout her recent pregnancies, Elisabeth stayed true to her gluten-free diet but indulged in gluten-free cookies as well as a variety of cheeses and chocolates. She also had a hankering for watermelon with salt and lime on it.
When bumped up with her boys, Gwen Stefani evidently had a thing for spicy foods. She allegedly even carried a bottle of Tabasco in her purse so she could spice up anything and everything.
Mariah Carey announced that she was craving roasted red peppers and McDonald's hamburgers during her pregnancy, but on The Rachael Ray Show, Nick Cannon said candy apples were also on his wife’s cravings list.