After making headlines for his alleged homophobic remarks, the husband of Teen Mom, Jenelle Evans, was subsequently fired by MTV. In a statement to E! News, the network spokesperson said, "With six weeks left of production on Teen Mom 2, effective immediately, we are ending our relationship with him."
Eason's comments were made when he engaged in a feud with another Twitter user, telling them, "LMAO why don't you go tell the homo and transgender parents to start teaching their kids better morals?"
TLC canceled the Duggar family's hit show 19 Kids and Counting following eldest son Josh Duggar's molestation scandal. They later ordered a spinoff, Counting On, which focuses mainly on his sisters Jill Duggar Dillard and Jessa Duggar Seawald, two of his victims.
TLC fired the husband of Jill Duggar Dillard from Counting On after he made homophobic remarks about fellow TLC reality star, Jazzy Jennings. He tweeted, "I pity Jazz, 4 those who take advantage of him in order 2 promote their agenda, including the parents who allow these kinds of decisions 2 be made by a child. It's sad that ppl would use a juvenile this way. Again, nothing against him, just unfortunate what's on TV these days."
Following his remarks, TLC issued a statement, saying, "We want to let our viewers know that Derick Dillard has not participated in Counting On for months and the network has no plans to feature him in the future." They went on to say they are "proud" of their ability to share Jazzy's story with the world.
This Teen Mom OG was allegedly fired because of her career in the adult entertainment industry. According to the 26-year-old, "Viacom let me go because as a Business Mogul I act like an adult and part take in adult promotions and activities that other adults do for FREE or in private !" She also accused the show of exploiting her daughter, Sophia.
This hopeful romantic's name went down in The Bachelor history books when she was fired from the show mid-season, when it was discovered that she had engaged in a sexual relationship with a producer on the show. The contestant from season 14 denied having had a relationship with the man, but the other women in the house said otherwise.
Fans of the Real Housewives of Atlanta were not surprised to find out that this star would not be returning to the series, especially after it was revealed that she started the rumor that Kandi Burruss and her husband, Todd Tucker, wanted to drug and rape their co-star, Porsha Williams. The reality star is no stranger to the drama, but even this surprised Andy Cohen who said, "I'm shocked."
In probably one of the most controversial seasons of Big Brother yet, this star was one of the many contestants to make provocative remarks. This show was so offensive that CBS even made a disclaimer before the airing of the show, in which she mocks Asian nail salon workers, saying, "Why you no have boyfriend? It's because you don't want long nail!"
Her racist comments ultimately resulted in nearly 27,000 viewers signing a petition to get her off the show. These efforts were unnecessary, however, as she was quickly evicted from the house by her fellow housemates who were upset by her statements.
And like her fellow housemate, GinaMarie Zimmerman, the model was fired from her real-life job after her employer found out about the "offensive" comments.
Despite the popularity of their show Here Comes Honey Boo-Boo, the funny family saw their time in the limelight come to a close after it was reported that matriarch Mama June was dating a convicted child molester. Upon hearing this news, TLC canceled the show and said in a statement, "Supporting the health and welfare of these remarkable children is our only priority. TLC is faithfully committed to the children's ongoing comfort and well-being." Mama June vehemently denied the rumors. She was later given her own show on WE tv, Mama June: From Not to Hot.
In a shocking turn of events, this reality star—who went viral by throwing her fake leg across a restaurant—was let go from the Real Housewives of New York City. The incident may have drawn attention but it wasn't enough to save her from getting the ax. It probably didn't help that the socialite missed two trips out of the city, or that she frequently fought with Carole Radziwill. At least we have the memes to remember her by.
Beverly Hills lost a fighter when this blonde was not asked to return to the series. From the beginning, the housewife frequently feuded with fan-favorite Kyle Richards and her sister, Kim Richards, but gradually, she made enemies with nearly every other cast member. While it made for good TV, Bravo reportedly opted to choose their relationship with Glanville on a high note.
If Brandi Glanville had an alter ego on the East Coast, it would have to be this former Real Housewives of New Jersey star. Albeit, this Jersey girl took it up a notch with her infamous clash with Teresa Giudice, in which mean words and tables were thrown. After that debacle, the star laid somewhat low before making her grand reentry and making amends in season 8 of the Bravo series.
This Real Housewives of New York star was dropped from the show, along with Alex McCord and Kelly Bensimon. A spokesperson said the ladies' departure was "friendly."
In season two of American Idol, this singer made it all the way to the semi-finals before ultimately being dropped from the show after racy pictures surfaced. The powerhouse singer explained that the money went to her tuition for Howard University, but the decision was made. And while some would give up, Davis persisted in her singing career, which resulted in her landing a role on the Broadway hit, Rent, and even making it to fifth place on The Voice.
This rapper was fired from Love & Hip Hop when he was arrested for domestic assault after getting into a heated confrontation with his co-star and girlfriend, Masika Tucker. The musician, whose real name is Christian Ward, reportedly "grabbed her by her neck, threw her to the ground, dragged her by the hair and punched her in the face." VH1 immediately severed ties with the rapper.