Hot Water

Celebrities sighted with Fiji Water bottles.

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Last year at the Sundance Film Festival, Woody Harrelson gave his handlers fits when he grabbed a bottle of Fiji Water from a cameraman and kept swigging from it during an interview—at an event sponsored by a rival water brand! Also spotted toting Fiji bottles recently:

Christina Aguilera

Jessica Alba

Halle Berry

Mary J. Blige (demands 10 1.5-liter bottles of room-temp Fiji Water before shows)

Orlando Bloom

Gisele Bundchen

Mariah Carey

Courteney Cox

Cindy Crawford

Tom Cruise

Matt Damon

Cameron Diaz

Celine Dion

ZAc Efron

Zac Efron (while hiking shirtless in Hollywood Hills)

Harrison Ford

Megan Fox

Sarah Michelle Gellar

Whoopi Goldberg

Al Gore

Al Gore (during MySpace Mos Def interview)

Anne Hathaway

Perez Hilton

Vanessa Hudgens

Kate Hudson

Hugh Jackman

Brody Jenner

Jewel

Paris Hilton (often drinks with straw to save lipstick)

Scarlett Johansson

Elton John

Nicole Kidman

Ben Kingsley

Lindsay Lohan

Eva Longoria

Nicole Richie

Tobey Maguire

Robert Pattinson

Brad Pitt

Spencer Pratt

Keanu Reeves

Denise Richards

LeAnn Rimes

Nicole Richie (hurled contents of bottle at paparazzi)

Maria Sharapova

Kimora Lee Simmons

Jessica Simpson

Britney Spears

Justin Timberlake

Ashley Tisdale

Keith Urban

Owen Wilson

Diddy (“It tastes so pure”)

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