Aliases celebrities use when going incognito

When Johnny Depp checks into a hotel, the A-list actor probably won’t be using his real name. Instead, you can just call him Mr. Drip Noodle.

That’s the moniker the “Pirates of the Caribbean” star has been known to register under to protect his privacy, according to Us Weekly.

Brad Pitt and Angelina are also known as Bryce and Jasmine Pilaf when the superstar couple want to go incognito when checking into hotels.

Justin Timberlake has been known to go by the moniker Mr. Woodpond

and “Twilight” actress Kristen Stewart uses Chuck Steak, says the celebrity magazine.

Hip hop star Jay-Z uses the alias Frank Sinatra, whom he raps about — “I’m the new Sinatra” — in his Big Apple anthem “Empire State of Mind.”

Meanwhile, Justin Bieber checks in under the name Chandler Bing, which was Matthew Perry’s character on “Friends,”

while Fergie goes by Penny Lane, a street in Liverpool made famous by the Beatles in their song of the same name.