It's the battle of the Idol divas. Things have only gotten worse for the pair after they famously went at each other in a leaked video from the reality competition show and let's be real, the judges' distaste for each other is practically tangible on the boob tube. We're not sure how many people are watching American Idol for the actually singing anymore, but regardless we can't get enough of the sassy singers' beef with each other.
Safe to say this country crooner is not a fan of the controversial hip-hop star. After last year's Chris Brown Grammy lovefest just three years after his infamous assault on Rihanna, Blake Shelton's other half took to Twitter to slam the singer. "Strange. And Chris Brown twice? I don't get it. He beat on a girl…, she wrote. "Not cool that we act like that didn't happen." She continued her anti-Chris campaign at her concert shortly after, holding up a sign that read "Take Notes, Chris Brown" before singing "Gunpowder and Lead," a song about a woman preparing to kill her abusive ex-husband.
These two just don't know when to stop. Brandi and Leann have always had a contentious relationship ever since the Real Housewives' former hubby, Eddie Cibrian, left her for the country star. And—shocker!—Brandi and her big mouth isn't afraid to talk about their beef. The Bravo star only added further fuel to the fire when she penned her first book, in which she shared TMI details about the pair's affair and slammed the singer, prompting Leann to fire back with her own allegations and reignite the duo's ongoing Twitter war.
Don't mess with Miley. After the celebrity blogger insinuated on his website that the 20-year-old singer got cozy with Ed Westwick while engaged to Liam Hemsworth, the former Hannah Montana star took to Twitter to slam Perez. "@perezhilton hope you find love one day but can you not f--k with mine," the pop star tweeted. She later told E! News she would "whoop his ass" if the gossip columnist spread rumors about her relationship again.
What doesn't kill her makes her stronger, right? The typically drama-free singer couldn't stay mum after the legendary music exec talked some serious smack about the star in his book. The American Idol winner fired back, insisting Clive's autobiography contained "false information" after the music mogul alleged Clarkson often burst into "hysterically sobbing" and questioned the success of her My December album. Unsurprisingly, Davis responded to Kelly's complaints and defended the validity of the material in his book.
Oh, the pitfalls of social media. After the Transformers star suspiciously parted ways with production in the Broadway play Orphans due to "creative differences" he subsequently began posting a series of emails exchanges between himself, the play's director Daniel Sullivan and former costar Alec Baldwin. Baldwin and LaBeouf played nice...at first until the former 30 Rock star compared Shia's theater experience to a "celebrity chef," prompting the 26-year-old star to tweet additional emails that suggest the Hollywood vet was less than dedicated to rehearsals. Oh, and did we mention Shia sat front row at the show's first preview?
Everyone loves Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, right? Well, except Taylor Swift. The longtime pals cohosted this year's Golden Globes and made the country star's controversial love life the butt of a few funny jokes, which apparently, really upset the singer. She later told Vanity Fair of the embarassing incident, "You know Katie Couric is one of my favorite people because she said to me she had heard a quote that she loved that said, ‘There's a special place in hell for women who don't help other women.'" For the record, Poehler accepted her burning fate.
Another day, another eccentric tweet from Amanda Bynes. The 26-year-old actress has recently been on a social media spree, posting numerous selfies, vulgar messages and odd tweets on her micro-blogging page. After drawing negative attention from a number of tabloids, the troubled star threatened to sue certain media sites. "I'm suing @usweekly & @perezhilton for continuing to act like I'm doing something wrong by tweeting and walking to photoshoots. F--k you!!!!," she wrote. Tell us how you really feel, girl.
The controversial actor may have rebooted his career on the boob tube thanks to his hit FX show, Anger Management, but it wasn't long ago Martin Sheen's son was fired from the Chuck Lorre-produced production after an epic meltdown and countless "winning" quotes. He was later replaced by Ashton Kutcher and Two and a Half Men lives on today. Hey, at least this feud has a semi-happy ending.
Where to we begin? To put it simply, Nicollette Sheridan sued Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry for wrongful termination, leading to a lengthy courtcase full of more plot twists, turns and drama than the show ever served up in eight seasons.
The 15-year-old actress may star on the hit comedy Modern Family, but in real life, her family drama was anything but funny. The TV star accused her mother of physical and emotional abuse, sparking an ugly legal feud which ultimately led to the star's removal from her home after her sister was named her new legal guardian.
Talk about a post-Michael mess. After Katherine Jackson temporarily lost custody of the late pop star's three children (Prince, Paris and Blanket), she negotiated a joint guardianship of the kids with T.J. Jackson (Tito's son and Michael's nephew). The drama-filled saga included appearances from many members of the Jackson clan including Janet, Jermaine, Randy and Rebbie as well as a possible disappearance and an alleged altercation.
Seems like the Donald just doesn't know when to stop. From Cher to President Obama to Rosie O'Donnell to Kristen Stewart to online activist Angelo Carusone, it seems the real estate mogul has beef with everybody. And we have a feeling he's not going to quit sounding off anytime soon.
At this point, the life of LiLo would make for a great Lifetime movie. The trouble-magnet star has been sentenced to 90 days in rehab, 30 days of community labor, 18 months of psychotherapy, fines and restitution for the other driver stemming from her summer PCH car crash where she lied to a police officer. Mind you, she's making the best of her time before treatment: She's currently partying in Brazil and she just shot an episode for Charlie Sheen's Anger Management. Oh, and did we mention this is her sixth time in the legal system? Winning, indeed.
The hip-hop stars got into an alleged brawl at an L.A. recording studio after Rihanna's man supposedly made a homophobic slur about the Grammy-winning and openly gay artist. Authorities later closed the investigation, but that didn't stop Breezy from displaying his distaste for the "Thinkin' About You" singer during the Grammy award show.
These two music legends just don't know when to quit. While Gaga has cited Madge as a huge inspiration, Madonna has often accused Lady G of copycatting her music and even called her hit song "Born This Way" a "bit reductive." The "Judas" singer fired back of course, poking fun at the pop star, but considering both singers' penchant for eyebrow-raising antics, we have a feeling there's only more to come.
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