On the Late Show last night, Renée Zellweger told David Letterman all about her D.C. experience on inauguration day: "I had no access, no ticket," she said. "I just hopped on the train."

Zellweger continued: "I figured you follow the crowd, right? Everybody's gonna know where they're going… Somebody's gonna eventually lead me to a Jumbotron. Wrong!" Letterman reminded Zellweger that she is, in fact, a celebrity, and therefore entitled to better treatment. "Oh yeah, I love to be the girl that everybody else hates," Zellweger said, sarcastically. "I do. I love it." Clip at left.