Hollywood stars like getting "horny", but it's not what you might think. Their proclivity is toward characters who have horns. Think about Chris Hemsworth's mighty Thor or Angelina Jolie's Maleficent in Sleeping Beauty. Both wear horns.
Lady Gaga even had a golden pair crafted just for her. Then there is horny Darth Maul, of Star Wars' fame. In fact, here are ten celebrities who just couldn't resist donning a pair of horns. Here they are!
Angelina Jolie's Maleficent never looked so good. She's evil, true but she's certainly beautiful to behold.
Mama monster donned a huge pair of golden horns to perform on Good Morning America. It was one of Lady Gaga's more subdued costume options, though. She wasn't wearing any meat.
Audiences barely noticed Chris Hemsworth's horns in the hit film Thor. They were too busy looking at other parts of the actor's anatomy.
Thor's brother, Loki, on the other hand (as played by actor Tom Hiddleston) went overboard with his horns. They were just about all anyone could notice.
Actor Ray Park didn't think twice about donning horns to play The Phantom Menace's evil Darth Maul. In fact, it was one time when horns seemed quite natural.
James McAvoy donned little horns for his role as part human, part goat in the children's classic film, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. He actually looked adorable.
Hellboy, Ron Perlman's horns didn't last long in the movie based on the comic book character. However, it was long enough to make the point, so to speak.
Although it's been a white, actor Tim Curry wore a big set of horns in another classic filmÂ—Legend. His character, Darkness, was unforgettable. So much so that most people don't remember that Tom Cruise was the star of that movie.
Harvey Keitel's horns in Adam Sandler's Little Nicky were understated. Never has the devil's horns played so low-key.
Can you think of other Hollywood stars who've gotten "horny"? If so, list them below along with the parts they played.