I don't see how you could make pancakes with the contents of that fridge.
Also, that Prince really loves him some Dunkaroos.
Funny, yes, but check the date of the posting.
I think this was an April Fool's joke. The date of the article 4/1/2011.
If only Todd Ingram had known about this exception.
I guess the question then becomes "how many stars are so strange that you'd believe this story and also believe that the star's answers were serious and do not reflect any serious mental health problems?" Excluding the people who seem to have genuine mental problems, and who therefore shouldn't be the butt of jokes like this, the only names that come to mind for me are Prince and Mike Tyson.
It's got great local flavor too -- he gets his challah at Cecil's Deli in St Paul. (Which is just down the street from me.) Even though it's a joke, I'm going to keep pretending that Prince pulls up in front, makes his way through the two awkwardly arranged glass doors (so hard to do with a stroller! so it's good he doesn't have one), and waits patiently at the counter for the teenage kid to bag his bread. Does he snack on the little dish of hamentaschen on the counter? Does he get a pint of cole slaw and eat it on his way home? They certainly have lots of mustard there for him to add to his collection, but no Dunkaroos.
I don't think either of them is as weird as Prince or Tyson. Madonna is arrogant and self-centered, but not weird. Moby just seems to be in on the joke.