The Biggest Celeb Feuds of All Time

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Kanye West vs. Wiz Khalifa, Donald Trump vs. Megyn Kelly, George Clooney vs. Russell Crowe and many more: Take a look back at some of Hollywood’s ugliest feuds of all time!

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50 Cent vs. Lala Kent and Randall Emmett

The rapper ignited drama with the Vanderpump Rules star in April 2019 by posting a clip of her revealing Emmett bought her a Range Rover and “really expensive gifts” after they slept together for the first time. After 50 Cent referred to Kent as a “hoe” for her remarks in the scene, which aired on the Bravo series, she accused him of trying to “diminish the validity of the #MeToo movement” via Instagram Live. As the pair exchanged insults, 50 Cent revealed that Emmett, who he worked with on STARZ’s Power, owed him $1 million. The musician then demanded that the movie producer pay him back or he would continue posting about Kent on social media. 


Days later, 50 Cent revealed Emmett paid him the money by sharing a screenshot of their text messages. “I got my money, so I have no problem with @randallemmettfilms in fact I’m wishing him and his family a very blessed day,” 50 Cent captioned the screenshot. “positive vibes now guys. LOL.” 

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Liam Payne vs. Piers Morgan

The former One Direction member got into a tiff with the Good Morning Britain cohost in March 2019. Morgan felt that Kylie Jenner didn’t deserve the Forbes title of youngest-ever self-made billionaire, because her fame came thanks to sister Kim Kardashian’s sex tape. Payne, for his part, thought the British television presenter’s assessment was “crazy.” The “Strip That Down” crooner noted: “At least @KylieJenner has her own business she built herself why not congratulate someone for once instead of knocking people.”

But the battle didn’t end there. The former America’s Got Talent judge criticized Payne’s grammar and the “Bedroom Floor” singer fired back, “Sorry could you say it louder from the back of the line of irrelevant people please.” Morgan then responded, “Mate, no offence [sic] but I really wouldn’t play the relevancy card right now.” He also said the X Factor alum is “not even in the Top3 vocalists in One Direction.”

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Andy Cohen vs. Jillian Michaels

The Watch What Happens Live host said in 2013 that the former Biggest Loser trainer was his least favorite guest. “She freaked out after the show and was so mean to my staff,” he alleged. Five years later, Michaels claimed that Cohen “hates women” and slammed his Real Housewives franchise. He denied her accusation and fired back, “This is the woman who screamed at people for a living on The Biggest Loser. She should stay in her own lane.” The Bravo host reignited the feud in 2019 after Michaels slammed the keto diet, telling viewers, “Don’t feel bad, keto diet. A lot of people think Jillian Michaels is a bad idea.”

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Debra Messing vs. Susan Sarandon

The actresses battled it out several times on Twitter during the 2016 presidential election. Sarandon was a Bernie Sanders supporter while the Will & Grace alum rooted for Hillary Clinton. “She’s not very well informed and so sometimes she gets in areas that she really hasn’t thought through, maybe? She’s Trumpian a little bit like that,” Sarandon said during Watch What Happens Live in May 2017. Messing reignited the feud when she got heated about a story that claimed Sarandon credited Donald Trump for inspiring women and people of color to run for office. “STFU SUSAN. Oh yes, PLEASE let’s give Trump CREDIT,” she tweeted in September 2018. Sarandon responded: “Debs, before you get yourself all self-righteous try clicking on the video and listening to what I actually say.”

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Cardi B vs. Nicki Minaj

The two rappers sparked an “all-out brawl” at the Harper’s Bazaar ICONS by Carine Roitfeld party in New York City on September 7, 2018. The fight occurred after the “Bodak Yellow” and “Starships” singers crossed paths following their time on the red carpet, with an eyewitness source telling Us that Cardi B was “swearing and shouting. Nicki just stood there and was cool. She did not flinch. Cardi was throwing punches, trying to get at Nicki and then threw her shoe at Nicki.” Cardi B was escorted out by police and was seen with what appeared to be a lump above her eye. Later that night, she posted a statement to Instagram alleging that comments made about her abilities as a mother were the cause of her anger. “When you mention my child, you choose to like comments about me as a mother, make comments about my abilities as a mother, make comments about my abilities to take care of my daughter is when all bets are f–kin off!!” On an episode of Queen Radio three days later, Minaj opened up about the “humiliating” incident, saying, “I would never talk about anyone’s child or parenting. It’s so crazy to me that people always need to make [me] the bad guy. When you have to say that I said or did something that I never said or did … I am not a clown. That’s clown s—t.” She also claimed Cardi calls black women roaches and monkeys. “You calling black women roaches, you getting girls beat up because of what your man doing,” she said. “Real bitches never do that. You never attack the woman. You take that up with your f—king man”

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Machine Gun Kelly vs. Eminem

Machine Gun Kelly released a diss track against the Detroit native on his album Kamikaze, which dropped in September 2018. He used his song “Rap Devil” as a play on Eminem’s 2013 tune “Rap God.” Eminem previously trolled MGK on the track “Not Alike.”

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Leo Dottavio vs. Bachelor Nation

The Bachelor in Paradise star went after franchise favorites Tanner Tolbert, Amanda Stanton, Nick Viall and Dean Unglert after they called out his behavior on a season 5 episode. Leo came under fire for lashing out at Joe Amiable during a rose ceremony and storming off the beach in Mexico. The long-hared reality star then exchanged a war of words with the previous contestants after they condemned his actions. According to Amanda, Leo sent her a direct message calling her a “piece of s—t.” He also snapped at Nick and threatened to fight Tanner and Dean.

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Kim Kardashian vs. Tyson Beckford

Beckford body-shamed the reality star on an Instagram post in July 2018, writing, “Sorry I Dont care for it personally. she is not real, doctor f—ked up on her right hip,” adding a throw-up emoji. Kardashian was quick to reply, “Sis we all know why you don’t care for it,” and subsequently accused of being homophobic. The KKW Beauty creator opened up about the feud during an August 2018 appearance on 92.3’s Big Boy’s Neighborhood. “Really, dude? Like, you’re going to body-shame me? Like, OK. OK. OK, sis. You’re going to body-shame me? People were sending me stuff on his page. He keeps on going and going and going, and I’m just like, ‘Dude, that’s so female lame to me. That’s just lame to me,’” she said. “And for anyone to say that I am homophobic with the comment of saying ‘sis’? All my best friends are gay. I support the community. I love the community. They love me. That has nothing to do with this.”

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Bethenny Frankel vs. Carole Radziwill

One time besties Bethenny and Carole started fighting while filming season 10 of Real Housewives of New York City after Bethenny accused Carole’s on-again, off-again boyfriend Adam Kenworthy of refusing to work on a mission trip to Puerto Rico because there was no pay. A source told Us in March 2018 that the Skinny Girl creator was “jealous” of the author’s friendship with fellow costar Tinsley Mortimer. While the women attempted to bury the hatchet on the Bravo series, Carole slammed Bethenny again after announcing her departure from RHONY. “I have worked with amazing producers, made great friends, and I’m thrilled to leave frenemies behind,” she said in a statement in July 2018. “I will remember this entire experience with delight, humor, and a veracious accuracy.” Bethenny then returned the favor by claiming “no RHONY cast member has ever quit” the show on Twitter.

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Paris Hilton vs. Lindsay Lohan

The heiress and the Mean Girls star have been at war since 2006, when their friendship ended after Lohan started dating Hilton’s ex, Stavros Niarchos. Since then, both women have taken several shots at each other in public. Lohan, who once accused Hilton of hitting her, called the Simple Life alum “a c—t,” while Hilton laughed hysterically alongside pal Brandon Davis, who infamously referred to the Freaky Friday actress as “firecrotch.” It seemed as though their feud had cooled off in June 2017, when Lohan invited Hilton to Greece for The Canyon star’s 31st birthday — but despite the olive branch, Hilton threw some shade at her frenemy later that year. When asked about her and Lohan’s infamous outing with Britney Spears in 2006 — which made headlines after the stars were seen in a car together and were dubbed ‘The Holy Trinity’ — Hilton accused Lohan of crashing their night out. The “Paris Hilton Is My BFF” star reignited the flames in June 2018, when she seemingly called the I Know Who Killed Me actress a “pathological liar” underneath a fan account’s throwback post of Lohan.

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Farrah Abraham vs. Drita D’Avanzo

Us Weekly confirmed in July 2018 that the Teen Mom alum was filing a restraining order against the Mob Wives star after they engaged in a heated social media exchange. After Abraham referred to her as a “has been,” D’Avanzo said in a post that she was going to “closed-fist punch” her in the face.  She added: “I knew you were scared to death. I just needed one video for you to start shouting 9-1-1! Help!”

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Whoopi Goldberg vs. Roseanne Barr

Whoopi won’t take it! The View cohost slammed Barr in May 2018 for reposting a doctored photo of her at the Women’s March. The false image featured Goldberg smiling in a T-shirt depicting a vulgar photo of President Donald Trump. The Sister Act star clarified the picture on an episode of her talk show, noting that the real message on the T-shirt read: “And you thought I was a nasty woman before? Buckle up, buttercup.” 


Goldberg also criticized Barr, who retweeted the post after facing a wave of backlash for a racist tweet about Obama White House aide Valerie Jarrett. “Roseanne. Just because you were caught with your pants down, don’t try to drag other people down with you,” Goldberg said. “You understand? Don’t do that … The bottom line is simply this: I didn’t fake my shirt, someone else faked my shirt. But that’s your tweet. That tweet came from you. So that’s yours. You did this to yourself.”

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Megyn Kelly vs. Jane Fonda

The Megyn Kelly Today host asked the Oscar winner about her experience with plastic surgery during an interview in September 2017. Visibly taken aback, Fonda responded, “We really want to talk about that now?” The feud reignited the following January when Lily Tomlin joked on the Today show that she and Fonda have been friends since before the Grace and Frankie star’s “first face-lift,” to which Fonda replied, “We don’t need to hear that. Who are you, Megyn Kelly?” The former Fox News anchor apparently caught wind of the comment and responded days later, saying Fonda “appears to be fixated on an exchange I had with her months ago.” She went on to call Fonda “Hanoi Jane” because of the actress’ controversial trip to the city during the Vietnam War.

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Kailyn Lowry vs. Jenelle Evans

The feud between Teen Mom 2 stars Kailyn Lowry and Jenelle Evans was reignited over Twitter in December 2017. The costars are battling over sharing stories about each other in the media and the cease and desist letter Evans’ sent Lowry last month. Hustle & Heart author tweeted at her costar, “@PBandJenelley_1 Jenelle don’t ever f—ing try to scare me with a cease & desist when you’re posting this BULLS—T.” Lowry was referring to a story about the paternity of 5-month-old son Lux that Evans shared via Instagram Story. Evans responded calling Lowry “thirsty.”

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NeNe Leakes vs. Kim Zolciak

The Real Housewives of Atlanta costars got into a feud on Instagram on October 5 over a Snapchat video taken by Zociak’s daughter Brielle Biermann, that showed roaches crawling on Leakes’ bathroom floor. Leakes shared the clip, calling Biermann “racist” and Zolciak a “trashy mom.” Zolciak responded: “I had hoped for many yrs you would have seen the bigger picture but it’s evident you haven’t, I will continue to pray for you.”

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Tyrese Gibson and Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson

Tyrese Gibson pointed fingers at Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson in October 2017 when the Fast and Furious 9 film got pushed back, writing on Instagram, “Congratulations to @TheRock and your bother in law aka 7 bucks producing partner @hhgarcia41 for making the fast and furious franchise about YOU.”

He also added, “Diversity, love, multi ethnic worldwide multi generational, United Nations, One Race, Fast Family…… Until Dewayne showed up I guess this whole time he had a problem cause he wasn’t the ONLY ONE on the movie poster.” Johnson has yet to respond to the accusations.

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Jef Holm vs. Arie Luyendyk Jr.

Holm slammed his ex pal after the race car driver was announced as the next season 22 Bachelor in September 2017. “Oh the stories I could tell…” he tweeted. “I stopped being friends with him years ago because he’s disgusting.” The two appeared on Emily Maynard’s season 8 of The Bachelorette in 2012. Maynard chose Holm (the exes have since split) and Luyendyk Jr. was the runner-up.

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Kanye West vs. Jay-Z

West complained about his former pal Jay-Z during an October 2016 concert, claiming the rapper didn’t call after West’s wife, Kim Kardashian, was robbed at gunpoint in Paris, and complained that their kids never get to play with Jay-Z and wife Beyonce’s daughter, Blue Ivy. During another concert a month later, he continued ranting about the superstar couple, claiming that the “Formation” songstress wouldn’t perform at the VMAs unless she won Video of the Year over the notoriously outspoken rapper, and again complained about Jay-Z not calling. The “4:44” rapper addressed the beef during an August 2017 interview with Rap Radar podcast, saying that lyrics on his 2017 album were “not a diss” against West, but he admitted there was still hard feelings between the two. “What really hurt me was you can’t bring my kid or my wife into it,” Jay-Z explained. “You brought my family into it, now it’s a problem with me. That’s a real, real problem. And he knows it’s a problem.”

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Neil Patrick Harris vs. James Woods

The actors sparred on Twitter after Woods posted a photo of a family supporting their son at Pride and compared the 8-year-old to a murderer. “This is sweet. Wait until this poor kid grows up, realizes what you’ve done, and stuffs both of you dismembered into a freezer in the garage,” Woods tweeted on Saturday, July 9. “Utterly ignorant and classless, Mr. Woods. I’m friends with this family. You know not of what you speak, and should be ashamed of yourself,” the 44-year-old Emmy award winner shot back.

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Corey Taylor vs. Chad Kroeger

The rockers started sparring in June 2017 when Nickelback frontman Kroeger called Slipknot a “gimmick” and referred to the band as “Nickelback Lite.” Slipknot singer Taylor responded by saying that Kroeger has “a face like a foot.” He continued, “All I know is I’ve been voted ‘Sexiest Dude in Rock’ [while] wearing a mask. You’ve been voted ‘Ugliest Dude in Rock’ twice without one.” Taylor still couldn’t let it go when asked about the feud in a later interview, adding, “Chad Kroger is to rock what KFC is to chicken.”

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Chelsea Handler vs. Angelina Jolie

Handler called Jolie a “f—king lunatic” shortly after the Maleficent actress announced her split from Brad Pitt in September 2016. (The comedian is friends with Pitt’s first ex-wife, Jennifer Aniston.) Handler went on to joke about his “emancipation” while attending a charity event honoring celebrity divorce lawyer Laura Wasser, who represented Jolie in the split.

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Gwyneth Paltrow vs. Martha Stewart

Beef in the kitchen. The feud began when Stewart took a jab at Paltrow’s lifestyle website, Goop. “She really wants to be part of the lifestyle business. … She’s a charming, pretty person who has a feeling for lifestyle. She wants to be a lifestyle arbiter. Fine. Good. I think I started this whole category of lifestyle,” she said on Bloomberg TV in 2013. The following year, she used Paltrow and Chris Martin’s “conscious uncoupling” divorce expression in her magazine. Paltrow’s response? She posted a “jailbird cake” recipe, seemingly referring to Stewart’s five-month jail sentence in 2004 for fraud.

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Jennifer Lopez vs. Mariah Carey

It all began in the early 2000s when Carey reportedly told paparazzi “I don’t know her” when asked about Lopez. (She’d repeat the phrase during a Watch What Happens Live appearance in 2016.) Lopez, however, claims that there is no bad blood. “I would love to meet her, and I would love to be friends with her. I think she’s incredibly talented, and I’ve always been a fan of hers,” she said on WWHL in 2015.

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Rihanna vs. Ciara

Oh, snap! In February 2011, Ciara said during Fashion Police that the “Stay” singer “wasn’t the nicest” when they crossed paths. RiRi’s response? She tweeted, “My bad ci, did I 4get to tip u?”

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Dwayne Johnson vs. Vin Diesel

Hot head alert! In August 2016, The Rock ranted about an unprofessional Fast and Furious 8 costar on social media, which was rumored to be about Diesel. “I don’t think the world really realizes how close we are, in a weird way,” Diesel would later say on the Today show in April 2017. “I think some things may be blown out of proportion. I don’t think that was his intention. I know he appreciates how much I work this franchise. In my house, he’s Uncle Dwayne.”

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Chloe Grace Moretz vs. Kim Kardashian

Moretz took Bette Midler's side in her feud with Kardashian in March 2016, after the singer-songwriter called out the reality star for posting nude selfies on social media. "I truly hope you realize how important setting goals are for young women, teaching them we have so much more to offer than just our bodies," the If I Stay actress tweeted at Kardashian, who sniped back with a tweet of her own. "Let's all welcome @ChloeGMoretz to twitter, since no one knows who she is. your nylon cover is cute boo."

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Kanye West vs. Wiz Khalifa

#AllDisrespecttoWizKhalifa! Wiz Khalifa was the one to first ignite this crazy feud, calling out Kanye West for changing his album title to Waves. "Max B is the wavy one. He created the wave. There is no wave without him," Khalifa blasted on Twitter. West initially ignored the Pittsburgh native, but ultimately blew up on January 27, after mistaking a "KK" reference made by Khalifa to be about his wife, Kim Kardashian. (Khalifa, however, was referring to his Khalifa Kush.) "You let a stripper trap you," West tweeted about Amber Rose in one of his replies. "You own waves???? I own your child!!!!" West eventually deleted his comments (documented here by Us) but he concluded the spar with this message: "I’m happy that I now know that KK means weed… please excuse the confusion … now back to #WAVES."

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Donald Trump vs. Megyn Kelly

Donald Trump and Megyn Kelly first clashed at the GOP debate she moderated on August 6, when she questioned his statements about women. In a follow-up interview, an incensed Trump called the Fox News host a "lightweight" and told CNN's Don Lemon that "you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever." This initial spat turned into a bigger feud between Trump and Fox News, which has repeatedly stood behind Kelly amid Trump's comments about her on air and on social media. The drama escalated when the Trump campaign announced on January 26 that the 2016 GOP presidential hopeful refused to participate in the final debate because Kelly was one of the moderators. "Unlike the very stupid, highly incompetent people running our country into the ground, Mr. Trump knows when to walk away," the real estate mogul's formal statement read. "Roger Ailes and Fox News think they can toy with him, but Mr. Trump doesn't play games." Fox News, for their part, replied: "We can’t give in to terrorizations toward any of our employees. Trump is still welcome at Thursday night’s debate and will be treated fairly, just as he has been during his 132 appearances on Fox News & Fox Business, but he can’t dictate the moderators or the questions.” 

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Vivica A. Fox vs. 50 Cent

50 Shades of cray! Vivica A. Fox created a firestorm on social media in November 2015 when she implied on Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live that her ex-boyfriend 50 Cent was gay. “I mean, we had a great time,” she said on the show. “He just seems like he’s got something that’s not quite clear.” Fox brought up an old magazine cover featuring 50 Cent, who she dated in 2003, and Soulja Boy. “He just looked like a booty snatcher on that one to me,” Fox remarked. Her ex caught wind of the comments and replied on Instagram: “Now she thinks I’m gay because I let her lick my ass. Wait, I didn’t want her to, she forced me, my hands were tied. 50 shades of grey.” He added in another post: “Bitch remember when you told me f–k Halle Berry? And you could have played all the roles she did better then her? And I just looked at you … like what the f–k kind [of pill] s–t did you take?LMAO.”

The feud reignited in March 2018 when Fox called her sex life with the rapper “cherished and special” but PG-13 in her book Every Day, I’m Hustling. “I’m waking up to this s–t,” he responded on Instagram. “That was 14 years ago. Smh who does this? What the f–k!”

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Taylor Swift v. Nicki Minaj

Communication. The 1989 songstress got into a heated argument with the rap artist in July 2015, after MTV announced its nominees for Video of the Year. Nicki Minaj — whose "Anaconda" was memorably excluded from the pack of nominees (Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, Beyoncé and Mark Ronson) — tweeted that the show "celebrates women with very slim bodies.” The always-slim Swift was not pleased, assuming that Minaj was referencing her and tweeted: "@NICKIMINAJ I've done nothing but love & support you. It's unlike you to pit women against each other. Maybe one of the men took your slot…" The spat got so intense that Sheeran, and even Kim Kardashian, chimed in. 

Weeks later, Swift and Minaj buried the hatchet and performed together at the 2015 MTV VMAs. "I send text messages now," Swift said in a subsequent interview with NME. "If there seems to be some kind of misunderstanding, I go to someone's management, I get their number and I text them."

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Miley Cyrus vs. Nicki Minaj

What’s (not) good? After Miley Cyrus called out Nicki Minaj for her “not so nice” comments about Taylor Swift in a New York Times interview, the “Anaconda” rapper unexpectedly called out the 2015 MTV VMAs host at the August show — on live television. “And now back to this bitch that had a lot to say about me in the press: Miley, what’s good?” Minaj said on stage, as she accepted her award. The Pink Friday rapper also mouthed, “Don’t play with me, bitch!” Cyrus (as well her family members, the audience and well, everyone) appeared shocked from the side. No reconciliation has been reported.

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Julianna Margulies vs. Archie Panjabi

Not-so-good wife. Julianna Margulies and Archie Panjabi's contentious relationship was part of the showbiz rumor mill for years, but it was finally exposed in 2015. Panjabi announced she was leaving the CBS series The Good Wife, and for her final episode, her character, Kalinda, was supposed to share a scene with Margulies’ Alicia — but it was revealed that the women filmed separately, and a green screen was used in post-production. "[Panjabi] was also doing another show, called The Fall. I went along with whatever Robert asked me to do, and I did it happily," Margulies claimed in an October 2015 interview. Panjabi, however, claimed the opposite via Twitter. “@TheFallTV was not even in production at that time," the actress wrote, "and I was in New York ready to film the scene!”

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Iggy Azalea vs. Azealia Banks

They may share part of a name, but these two female rappers couldn't be more different. This ongoing feud was refueled in December 2014 when Azealia Banks called out Iggy Azalea for not speaking out about Eric Garner and Ferguson on social media, and bashed her talent. The "Fancy" MC responded by calling Banks a "bigot" and "miserable angry human being."

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Khloe Kardashian vs. Amber Rose

Lay off my sister! After Amber Rose insulted Kylie Jenner on a radio show in February 2015, Khloé Kardashian took to Twitter to bash the former stripper. Naturally, Rose fought back, "@khloekardashian I'm happy u brought up the fact that I was a stripper at 15….@khloekardashian I'll be that lil whore to support my family like ur older sister is a whore 2 support hers," dissing her ex Kanye West's wife Kim Kardashian.

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Elton John vs. Dolce & Gabbana

Nobody puts babies in a corner! Designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana bashed IVF and gay adoption, saying, "You are born to a mother and a father — or at least that's how it should be. I call children of chemistry, synthetic children" in March 2015. Elton John then lashed back on Instagram, calling for a boycott of the brand. Several stars, including former Dolce & Gabbana spokesmodel Madonna, followed suit. 

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Giuliana Rancic vs. Zendaya

Not cool! During the Oscars 2015 episode of Fashion Police, co-host Giuliana Rancic noted that Zendaya's dreadlocks looked like they smelled of "patchouli oil and weed." The former Disney star replied with a long message on Instagram, calling the comments "outrageously offensive." Rancic made an on-air apology, but that didn't stop Kelly Osbourne from quitting the show and Kathy Griffin from exiting a few weeks later.

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Justin Bieber vs. Orlando Bloom

In July 2014, troubled popstar Justin Bieber had to duck a punch from Orlando Bloom in Ibiza after throwing in a jab about Bloom’s ex-wife, Miranda Kerr. Back in 2012, rumors circulated claiming the “Boyfriend” singer and the supermodel flirted at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show while she was still married. No one got hit, and Bieber later continued to mock The Hobbit star by posting a picture of him crying on Instagram.

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Taylor Swift vs. Katy Perry

Talk about “Bad Blood”! When Taylor Swift released her smash hit album 1989, she told Rolling Stone that her song “Bad Blood” was about another female artist that is “just straight-up enemies” with her. Fans quickly deduced that the tune was about Katy Perry when she tweeted, “Watch out for the Regina George in sheep’s clothing.” The feud was apparently over Perry stealing backup dancers from Swift while she was on tour. Perry later said, “If somebody is trying to defame my character, you’re going to hear about it.” It appeared that the two women squashed their beef in May 2018 after Perry sent a literall olive branch to Swift’s Reputation tour dressing room. “So I just got to my dressing room and found this actual olive branch. This means so much to me,” the “End Game” singer said in video on her Instagram Story with the caption “Thank you Katy.” 

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Khloe and Kim Kardashian vs. Adrienne Bailon

After former Cheetah Girls star Adrienne Bailon complained in Latina magazine that dating Rob Kardashian hurt her career, the reality star’s loyal sisters Kim and Khloé Kardashian quickly came to his rescue. "Adrienne has a lot of nerve to talk s–t about Rob when he is obviously dealing with s–t,” Khloé tweeted in July 2014. And Kim later followed up, writing, “Funny how she says being with a Kardashian hurt her career yet the only reason she has this article is bc she is talking about a Kardashian. So sad when people try to kick my brother when he is down #FamilyForever."

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Freddie Prinze Jr. vs. Kiefer Sutherland

Jack Bauer’s coming for Freddie! After a 2010 stint on 24, Freddie Prinze Jr. bashed costar Kiefer Sutherland in July 2014 to ABC News, calling him “the most unprofessional dude in the world.” Sutherland replied to the actor’s complaints through his rep in a statement, writing, "Kiefer worked with Freddie Prinze Jr. more than five years ago, and this is the first he has heard of Freddie's grievances. Kiefer enjoyed working with Freddie and wishes him the best."

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Lauren Conrad vs. Allure Magazine

Who are you calling basic? Four months after posing as an Allure cover girl, Lauren Conrad was peeved when the magazine called her out in July 2014 as being “basic,” which the publication defined as “remarkably unremarkable.” LC then tweeted a picture of the piece, writing, “I definitely just got called a basic b*tch! Haha! Sausage curls!? Really @Allure_magazine?”

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Solange vs. Jay Z

No love in THAT elevator! A shocking security video leaked in May 2014 showed Beyoncé's sister, Solange, violently attacking her brother-in-law, Jay Z, after NYC's Met Gala. Though the surveillance video lacked audio, an insider tells Us Weekly that Solange "flipped out over something Jay said. She overreacted." Said a second source more bluntly: "Solange was hammered. She apologized the next day."

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Joan Rivers vs. Gwyneth Paltrow

"The worst criticism was, ugh, Gwyneth Paltrow," Joan Rivers said in April 2014 when Andy Cohen asked which star had given the comic a hard time about her Fashion Police jokes. "She came and yelled at us, but she stood up. She can't sit down 'cause she's got a stick up her rear end." The feeling is mutual. When asked by Harper's Bazaar about her beauty routine in 2013, Paltrow swore off Botox. "I won't do Botox again, because I looked crazy. I looked like Joan Rivers!"

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Paul McCartney vs. Yoko Ono

Calling his former Beatles bandmate John Lennon's wife a certified "badass," Paul McCartney ended his tense rivalry with Ono for good in a November 2013 Rolling Stone cover story. "I thought, 'If John loved her, there's got to be something. He's not stupid,'" McCartney told the mag, adding that George Harrison encouraged him to move on. "It's like, what are you going to do? Are you going to hold a grudge you never really had?"

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Lea Michele vs. Naya Rivera

"They talk behind each other's backs — a lot," an insider told Us of the Glee costars in April 2014, shortly before multiple sources confirmed that Naya Rivera was fired from the FOX series. Though Lea Michele reportedly had little to do with Rivera's exit, separate sources tell Us the girls aren't friendly. "They're always icy to each other. Naya is jealous that Lea is the show's main star … There is a lot of sighing and eye-rolling between them."

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Megan Fox vs. Michael Bay

In a 2009 magazine interview, Megan Fox likened Transformers director Michael Bay to Napoleon, saying, "He wants to create this insane, infamous mad-men reputation. … He's a nightmare to work for." Though Fox praised Bay in that same interview, Steven Spielberg reportedly urged Bay to fire the actress from Transformers — a recommendation Bay followed, leading to their strained relationship. Since burying the hatchet, the pair worked together on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, released in 2014. 

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Kathy Griffin vs. Demi Lovato fans

Demi Lovato was forced to tell her fans to "chill out" after they issued cyber death threats to comedian Kathy Griffin in March 2014. "I couldn't sleep, so I went on Twitter and said, 'I'm going to tweet things using Siri, but I'm not going to correct any of the spelling,'" Griffin recalled. "When a fan asked, 'Who's the douchiest person you've met?' Siri responded, 'Debbie Lovato is a little douche.'" Though Griffin has no beef with Lovato herself, police reached out to her due to the nature of fans' extreme threats.

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Selena Gomez vs. Kendall and Kylie Jenner

Though they have since ended their feud, young Hollywood's hottest were at odds in spring 2014, when Selena Gomez unfollowed Keeping Up With the Kardashians stars Kylie and Kendall Jenner on Instagram, because she thought Kylie got a bit too close to her on-and-off boyfriend Justin Bieber at the Coachella Music and Arts Festival. "Selena felt Kylie was flirting with Justin," a Bieber insider told Us at the time. "It got messy."


Kelly Rowland vs. Beyonce

During a Washington, D.C. concert in May 2013, Kelly Rowland opened up about her song "Dirty Laundry," which details her one-time rivalry with former Destiny's Child member Beyoncé. "Doing this song for me was so therapeutic," she said before she sang the song, which includes the lines, "When my sister was on stage / Killing it like a motherf–ker / I was in rage." "Honesty, like my mama always says, is always the best policy," Rowland said.

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Taylor Swift vs. Jessica Hart

Jessica Hart doesn't think Taylor Swift can cut it on the catwalk. "We've been working for 14, 15 years. What it takes to make it here comes from experience and confidence," the Aussie model told Women's Wear Daily in 2013, following the "Mean" singer's performance at the November 13 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show. After the company's chief marketing officer publicly praised Swift, Hart changed her tune. As she told Us November 16, "I could never … do what she does. She is a true rockstar!"

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Pebbles vs. TLC

Ain't too proud to throw mud! In an interview, TLC creator Perri "Pebbles" Reid slammed the 2013 VH1 biopic about Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas and Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins for portraying her as greedy. She also ranted that Thomas had an affair with her ex, producer L.A. Reid. TLC's rep denies the tryst.


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Brandi Glanville vs. Joanna Krupa

During an appearance on Watch What Happens Live in November 2013, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Brandi Glanville accused Real Housewives of Miami star Joanna Krupa of having an affair with costar Yolanda Foster's ex-husband, Mohamed Hadid. She also made the vulgar remark, "Well, Mohamed did tell me that her p–sy smelled." Krupa fired back on Twitter, writing, "No wonder her husband left her," and later stepped out wearing a "Team Rimes" shirt.


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George Clooney vs. Russell Crowe

In the December 2013 issue of Esquire, George Clooney claimed that Russell Crowe had to apologize to him for "insulting the s–t out of me." "He picked a fight with me. He started it for no reason at all," the Monuments Men actor recalled. "He put out this thing saying, George Clooney, Harrison Ford, and Robert De Niro are sellouts." After Clooney made a joke that he was starting a band with Ford and De Niro, Crowe allegedly responded, "Who the f–k does this guy think he is? He's a Frank Sinatra wannabe." But Crowe eventually sent Clooney a peace offering. "So he sends me a disc of his music and a thing of his poetry," Clooney recalled. "I think he said, 'I was all misquoted,' and I was like, 'Yeah, yeah. Whatever.'"


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Lady Gaga vs. Perez Hilton

The "Applause" singer's friendship with the celebrity blogger came to an end in 2011. Lady Gaga told Howard Stern in November 2013 that she felt "betrayed" by Perez Hilton during an interview, and she doesn't want to "be around fake people." On The Wendy Williams Show that same month, Hilton fired back, claiming, "She globs onto people, uses them, and once they're no longer of use to her, will just throw them aside." 

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Kanye West vs. Jimmy Kimmel

Kanye West unleashed an all-caps Twitter tirade against Jimmy Kimmel after the late-night host aired a spoof of the rapper's BBC Radio 1 interview in September 2013. "JIMMY KIMMEL IS OUT OF LINE TO TRY AND SPOOF IN ANY WAY THE FIRST PIECE OF HONEST MEDIA IN YEARS," he wrote. The next month, West agreed to appear on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to hash out his differences with Kimmel. "We kind of just took it back to high school for a little bit," West admitted. 

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Sinead O’Connor vs. Miley Cyrus

Irish singer Sinead O'Connor wrote an open letter to Miley Cyrus in October 2013, telling the "We Can't Stop" singer to stop prostituting herself. Cyrus responded to the letter by posting a photo of O'Connor ripping a photo of the Pope on Saturday Night Live in 1992 with the caption, "Before Amanda Bynes…There was…" O'Connor fired back with a letter on Facebook, threatening to sue Cyrus for "abusing" Bynes.

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Dina Manzo vs. Caroline Manzo

Even after Dina Manzo departed Real Housewives of New Jersey in 2010, her feud with sister Caroline continued off screen. "We're all on a life journey and sometimes people's energy doesn't vibe," Dina explained on Watch What Happens Live in 2012. "We're just letting it sit. … It doesn't mean you hate the person or you wish bad for them." Dina denied reports, however, that the feud was caused by costar Teresa Giudice. "I know this pisses people off, but Teresa had absolutely nothing to do with it," she said. After Caroline announced her departure from RHONJ in 2013, Dina revealed she would be returning to the Bravo reality show.


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Christina Aguilera vs. Kelly Osbourne

Don't you dare cross an angry Osbourne! Kelly Osbourne let her feelings be known about pop songstress Christina Aguilera during an August 2011 segment of E!'s Fashion Police. "She called me fat for years," she sniffed. "I was never that fat." A few months later, Andy Cohen asked the red carpet host to say three kind things about Aguilera. "I think she's looking way better right now, she's got a great voice and she's got a beautiful son," Osbourne finally responded after some thought.

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LeAnn Rimes vs. Brandi Glanville

What a doozy! The feud between LeAnn Rimes and Brandi Glanville has been going strong — and filled with plenty of expletives — ever since Rimes first had an affair with Glanville's then-husband Eddie Cibrian on the set of Lifetime's Northern Lights back in 2009. The duo have taken their battle everywhere from Twitter to talk shows to … book readings? At the launch of her book Drinking and Tweeting: And Other Brandi Blunders, Glanville said the country singer "can go f–k herself."

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Lady Gaga vs. Kelly Osbourne

The intense verbal sparring began in January 2013, when Sharon Osbourne released an open letter to Lady Gaga, telling the singer and her fans to stop harassing Kelly Osbourne (a result of Kelly calling Gaga's fans "the worst" in a previous magazine interview). Gaga then took to Facebook to slam Kelly's Fashion Police show, saying it made her "truly sad" that Kelly was being a bully herself on the red carpet. Sharon's response? To call the pop singer a "publicity-seeking hypocrite."

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Rihanna vs. Karrueche Tran

Rihanna may have reunited with her on-and-off flame Chris Brown, but when the two split in February 2009 following a very ugly pre-Grammy night, Brown found comfort in the arms of another gal — model Karrueche Tran. And even though she had suffered multiple injuries at the hands of Brown, Rihanna took her anger out on Tran, often engaging in public Twitter spats with her ex's new lady.

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NeNe Leakes vs. Star Jones

NeNe Leakes and Star Jones had a difference of opinion during their 2011 run on Celebrity Apprentice, to say the least. The pair famously quarreled on the set of Donald Trump's reality show, and the feud spilled over off screen. "Star is a trip — like, she is very special. No, seriously — I wouldn't spit on Star if she was on fire," the fiery Real Housewives of Atlanta star told talk show host Wendy Williams.

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Melissa Gorga vs. Teresa Giudice

Real Housewives of New Jersey's Melissa Gorga and sister-in-law Teresa Giudice have one of reality TV's ugliest ongoing feuds, thanks in large part to Giudice's alleged attempt to label Gorga a former stripper on national TV back in 2012. When Gorga caught wind of Giudice's schemes, she was furious. "It's so hard for me to put myself in Teresa's shoes, because I'd never try to hurt anybody," she told Us Weekly. "Maybe it will make her happy when everyone is as miserable as Teresa is."

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Nicki Minaj vs. Mariah Carey

And the claws come out! Put two of music's biggest names at a judges' table together, add ego and eye rolls, and stir generously. Rumors of bad blood between Nicki Minaj and Mariah Carey began to surface as soon as the two were named judges on American Idol in early 2012. During the audition rounds of the show, it was evident that there would be issues, especially when one particular spat escalated into Minaj claiming, "I told them, I'm not f–king putting up with her f–king highness."

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Donald Trump vs. Rosie O’Donnell

Are there two people in the world with more pointedly spiteful words for one another than Donald Trump and Rosie O'Donnell? The pair have kept a years-long feud going on Twitter, often tweeting insults at one another and attacking their respective brands. But after O'Donnell suffered a heart attack in summer 2012, Trump was quick to extend a (temporary) olive branch. "@Rosie, get better fast. I'm starting to miss you!" he tweeted, to which she asked jokingly if he was "trying to kill" her.

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Chris Brown vs. Drake

Nothing gets the fire going more than a feud over a lady friend. Back in June 2012, Chris Brown and Drake were involved in a nasty bar brawl that left five people with minor injuries and Brown himself with a large cut on his chin. The ruckus reportedly began when Brown sent a bottle of liquor over to Drake's table at a Manhattan nightclub, and Drake sent the bottle back with a note: "I'm still f–king Rihanna." 

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Madonna vs. Lady Gaga

Imitation wasn't exactly the greatest form of flattery for iconic pop singer Madonna, who sparked a feud with pop star Lady Gaga during her MDNA tour, claiming that Gaga took a cue from her famous 1989 song "Express Yourself" in her 2011 hit "Born This Way." Gaga's response? "It sometimes makes people feel better about themselves to put other people down or make fun of them or maybe make a mockery of their work," the singer said.

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Dina Lohan vs. Michael Lohan

There's no way a Parent Trap-esque scheme could bring these former spouses together. Dina Lohan and Michael Lohan — parents to troubled starlet Lindsay Lohan — have been at each other's throats since little Lindsay was still a freckled Disney star. Dina has claimed that Michael was abusive and even raped her during a coke-fueled binge, and Michael has said that Dina lives in a "lonely and dark world of lies and deception."

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Taylor Swift vs. Kanye West

When Taylor Swift took to the stage at the 2009 MTV Music Awards to accept her award for Best Female Video, Kanye West had a thing or two to say — and let America know it. "Yo Taylor, I'm really happy for you and I'mma let you finish, but Beyoncé had one of the best videos of all time," he said, as he stepped on stage next to a startled Swift to interrupt her acceptance speech. "Taylor Swift beat Beyoncé at the Grammys? Beyoncé be dancing in heels and s–t," he later said.

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Lily Allen vs. Courtney Love

London's Brit Awards 2010 in February was the birthplace of one of the quickest and fiercest celebrity feuds in recent history. At the awards show, Courtney Love reportedly told everyone that singer Lily Allen had placed a "lock" on all Chanel apparel for the evening. A furious Allen later snubbed Love at the NME awards, but denied an all-out war of words. "I would never fight with her, as a rule I don't pick on crazy old ladies," the "Smile" singer sniped on Twitter.

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Anthony Bourdain vs. Paula Deen

Outspoken chef and TV personality Anthony Bourdain has made no secret of his disdain for Paula Deen, whom he called "greedy" following her 2012 revelation that she had been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes years ago and continued sharing fatty recipes on her cooking show. She followed up her big reveal with news that she would be a spokesperson for Novo Nordisk, which treats the disease. "Thinking of getting into the leg-breaking business, so I can profitably sell crutches," Bourdain mocked Deen.

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Jay Leno vs. David Letterman

Late night TV brawling: Jay Leno and David Letterman have long been the go-to men of late night talk shows, but their behind-the-scenes antics have been just as intriguing as the guests on their shows or their opening monologues. When Leno took over Johnny Carson's seat as the host of The Tonight Show back in 1992, the two men's friendship fell to the wayside. But in January 2013, Letterman gave his former pal a surprising compliment while speaking to Oprah Winfrey, calling Leno "the funniest."

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Charlie Sheen vs. Chuck Lorre

Hell hath no fury like Charlie Sheen scorned. When the former Two and a Half Men actor had his epic meltdown in October 2010, including a drug- and booze-fueled bender in the New York City Plaza Hotel, he was summarily fired from the show that had made him the highest-paid actor on television. But Sheen wasn't about to go down without a fight, and he called show creator Chuck Lorre a "turd," among other things. The troubled actor even filed a $100 million lawsuit against Lorre and the studios.

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Halle Berry vs. Gabriel Aubry

In April 2013, Halle Berry happily confirmed she was pregnant with fiance Olivier Martinez's child, but her relationship with the father of her first child — daughter Nahla —is a little less loving. The Call star and her ex-boyfriend, model Gabriel Aubry, split after five years in April 2010, and became engaged in a heated battle over custody of Nahla that finally dissipated in November 2012, when the exes finally called a cease-fire to their tug-of-war over their daughter.

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Jon Hamm vs. Kim Kardashian

Jon Hamm's assessment of Kim Kardashian and her reality show family is not a kind one, to say the least. The Mad Men star jabbed at Kardashian in an interview with British Elle in March 2012. "Whether it's Paris Hilton or Kim Kardashian or whoever, stupidity is certainly celebrated. Being a f–king idiot is a valuable commodity in this culture because you're rewarded significantly," he was quoted as saying. Kardashian fought back on Twitter, calling the comments "careless."

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Joan Rivers vs. Chelsea Handler

Joan Rivers' beef with Chelsea Handler is a classic case of she said, she said. After Handler went on The Howard Stern Show in 2012 to bash the irrelevance of the veteran TV comedienne and host ("Joan Rivers? What the f–k do I care about Joan Rivers? I don't think about her ever"), Rivers fired back. The E! Fashion Police host suggested that Handler had slept her way to the top in the industry, and called her a "drunk."

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Howard Stern vs. Lena Dunham

Foot-in-mouth syndrome? Howard Stern welcomed the ire of millions of Girls fans when he called show creator Lena Dunham a "little fat girl" on his radio talk show in January 2013, likening the racy HBO series' sex scenes to "rape." Dunham held her own, however, opting not to resort to calling Stern names, and the pair made up during a phone-in interview a few days later.

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