This Morning viewers were surprised to read about Gino D'Acampo's brush with the law this morning.
The Italian chef spent two years in prison for burgling Paul Young's home.
Gino, 42, stole ￡4,000 worth of guitars and a prized platinum disc, from Paul's London home in 1998 and his crime is all in the past now, with the Wherever I Lay My Hat singer happily appearing on This Morning yesterday.
Italian Gino - who is the ITV show's resident chef - was just a 21-year-old waiter when he broke into Paul's house.
And he's not the only celebrity who has spent time in jail they'd rather forget.
Here are the most surprising stars who have done time...
Paul McCartney was arrested and jailed in Japan for possession of marijuana in 1980.
The Beatle landed at Tokyo's Narita airport with his band, Wings, his wife Linda and their four kids during a tour of the country.
But customs officers found nearly eight ounces of marijuana found in his luggage.
At the time, that amount meant he could be charged with smuggling - which could be punished with a sentence of seven years’ hard labour.
McCartney was sent to jail and served nine days before he was released and deported to England.
Boy George spent four months in jail for the assault and false imprisonment of a male escort in 2009.
The singer - real name george O'Dowd - was sentenced to 15 months in prison for chaining 28-year-old male escort Audun Carlsen to a wall at his East London home.
He said in 2016 how serving time in prison was a "gift" that helped him to get his life back on track.
He said: "It's something that happened, and sitting here worrying about whether it was the right thing and 'Did I deserve it?' ... it happened. And I dealt with it."
"I went through the whole, 'What have you done? This is not my life. This is a disaster'. But I always had the sense that I'd get through it," he told ES Magazine.
"The gift it gave me was time with myself. I went into prison sober. I knew I had a lot of work to do. I've worked very hard at getting myself back in shape, getting my career back, getting my self-respect back.
"I knew it would take time, and it has. But I'm starting to feel the rewards of that work."
George , 54, has publicly battled substance abuse and said it took him years to admit he was an addict.
Robert Downey Jr
The Iron Man star battled drug addiction and spent time in prison in the late '90s.
In 1997, he was given a 180-day jail sentence in LA for violating probation.
It's reported he was targeted by other inmates and twice woke up from attacks in a pool of his own blood.
In 1999, he was sentenced to three years in a state-run substance abuse facility after failing to show up for a court-ordered drugs test.
He served 12 months of his sentence before he was freed by a judge.
He previously said of his time in jail: "I would never tell you the worst things that have happened to me."
In recent years he's become the most in-demand actor in Hollywood.
In 1970 Jane Fonda was falsely accused of drug smuggling.
She had just finished working on the thriller Klute when the actress was on her way home from an anti-Vietnam War speaking engagement in Canada.
Getting a flight to Cleveland, Jane had vitamins in her bag.
Police seized her luggage at the airport and took her to prison on drug smuggling charges.
"I told them what [the vitamins] were, but they said they were getting orders from the White House,” she wrote later.
When Mark Wahlberg was just 16 he was given a three-month sentence in jail for assaulting two Vietnamese men while attempting to rob a convenience store.
The court heard he was "high" when it happened and he served 45 days in pirson.
He told reporters at the Toronto Film Festival back in September 2016 that he was able to meet with the victims and apologize for the pain he caused.
The Fugees singer served three months in prison for failing to file taxes in 2013.
She was then given three months of home confinement and a year of supervised probation.
She'd was also ordered to pay penalties and the taxes she owed.
In 2005, rapper Lil' Kim served one year in prison and fined $50,000 for lying to a federal grand jury about a friend’s involvement in a shooting.
Lil' Kim was the first big-name female rapper to spend time in prison.
TV chef Martha served five months in prison for conspiracy, obstruction of justice and making false statements to an authority during a corporate fraud investigation in 2004.
She later said of the experience: "It was horrifying and no one, no one, should have to go through that kind of indignity really except for murderers, and there are a few other categories, but no one should have to go through that."