Co-Star Feuds: These 15 Actors Hate Each Other!
Every work environment will have people who don’t get along. And celebrities are not excluded from having hostile workplaces either. It’s quite amazing that celebs can make such magic happen on the screen, but as soon as the cameras stop rolling, they have no time for their enemies. Some of these celeb feuds went on for many many years, while other celebs couldn’t make it work and there goes the show. Well, these feuds even happened before social media or the internet ever existed and date back many decades. Some of these feuds are almost impossible to believe! Here’s 15 Actors Who Hate Each Other!
Actors: Ariana Grande and Jennette McCurdy
Before Ariana Grande was belting her face off on almost all the award shows, she was an actress on a hit teen sitcom on Nickelodeon, Sam and Cat. To the fans surprise, the show was cancelled after only being on the air for a year! Well, rumors say that jealousy was the demise of Sam and Cat, as McCurdy was mad that Grande getting paid more than she was.
TV Series: Sam & Cat’s
Bonus: Orlando Bloom and Justin Bieber
We guess these guys don’t care about the old term ‘bros before hoes.’ The animosity began when Bieber hung out with Orlando’s model wife (now ex), Miranda Kerr. Orlando fought back, hooking up with Justin Bieber’s ex girlfriend Selena Gomez. Months later, the two ran into each other at an upscale restaurant in Los Angeles when the feud boiled over; and got into a fist fight.
Famous For: Movies and Multi-Platinum Albums
Teri Hatcher and Marcia Cross
Amazing that some of the best relationships on screen do not translate to the best relationships off screen. Like Marcia Cross and Teri Hatcher… word on the street is that Hatcher was not the best at being girlfriends off screen. She and Cross had words with each other quite frequently. Rumors swirl around Cross getting heated the Hatcher was in the front at the Vanity Fair shoot.
TV: SeriesDesperate Housewives
ABC (American Broadcasting Company)
Shannen Doherty and Jennie Garth
Say it ain’t so – Brenda and Kelly from the hit show Beverly Hills, 90210 were not the best of friends that they were on screen. Doherty was known for being a bad girl and getting into a few scuffles in the past. But, Garth even said that back then the two of them were ready to brawl. Good thing they were able to save that off screen. The world would’ve been lost without them.
TV Series: Beverly Hills 90210
Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey
After watching the steamy dance scenes between Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey in Dirty Dancing, who didn’t want to become a dancer? Well, Swayze and Grey were far from best friends or love interests off screen. He was not amused with how emotional she could be. Needless to say he was not a fan of hers, but somehow tolerated her as they created the epic movie.
Film: Dirty Dancing
Studio: Great American Films Limited Partnership
Will Smith and Janet Hubert
As one of the most epic shows of our lifetime, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air was not above having a controversy. We all remember that moment when Aunt Viv was not the same Aunt Viv from the previous season. Janet Hubert, who played the original aunt, was replaced for not getting along with the Prince himself. She thought Smith had grown an ego and he thought she should leave.
TV Series The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
Network: NBC (National Broadcasting Company)
Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny
The X-Files was one of the most epic sci-fi horror tv shows of it’s time and who didn’t love Scully and Mulder? David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson were about as compatible as fire and water when the cameras were turned off. And the tv show has over 200 episodes, making 9 seasons of them putting up with each other. Duchovny said that it was more like a bickering sibling relationship.
TV Series The X-Files
Chad Michael Murray and Sophia Bush
Fans absolutely love when the on screen romance turns into a real life off screen romance, like it did for Chad Michael Murray and Sophia Bush. Things were going well for the love birds, till Bush found out her new hubs wasn’t being faithful. What a nightmare! Lucky for him, she was still on board to work with him for several seasons after their divorce.
TV Series: One Tree Hill
Network: WB and The CW (Warner Bros and CBS Warner Bros)
Charlie Sheen and Selma Blair
If there’s one thing people know for sure, it’s that Charlie Sheen is a bad boy on set and off set. This usually causes his relationships with fellow cast mates to be well – unpleasant. Which is what happened with Selma Blair on the FX show, Anger Management. Word is, Blair complained about her cast mate and his work ethic. Sheen responded by sending an explicit text message letting her know she was fired.
Series: Anger Management
Naya Rivera and Lea Michele
So many people enjoyed watching Glee and all the singing, dancing, and drama that would take place. Well, the drama off screen was definitely just as exciting, as Naya Rivera and Lea Michele were like oil and water. Rumor has it that there was a showdown between the two singing gals on set and it was not good. Was it a coincidence that Rivera didn’t return as a regular for the final season?
Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams
It’s always funny how things workout with people and relationships. In the beginning, Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams were not feeling each other while on the set of heart wrenching movie, The Notebook. The director, Nick Cassavetes had no problem giving the tea about Gosling and McAdams with their constant bickering. Then they ended up getting together and having a steamy hot relationship together.
Film: The Notebook
Studio: New Line Cinema
Claires Danes and Leonardo DiCaprio
Leonardo DiCaprio is notorious for being quite the ladies man and quite the goofball while working on set. But, apparently all that charm was not enough to win over Claire Danes. In this movie, Danes and DiCaprio or Romeo and Juliet are young and in love, but when the cameras stopped – Danes stopped too. She was not swayed by his charm and foolish behavior.
Film: Romeo + Juliet
Studio: 20th Century Fox
Lucy Liu and Bill Murray
Oh, the drama. actors can get so touchy when someone says something about their acting ability. Which is the exact reason why Lucy Liu and Bill Murray had some serious beef on the set of Charlie’s Angels. Inquiring minds would love to know if it was any coincidence Bernie Mac replaced Murray’s role in the sequel? I’d bet a million dollars Liu was so pumped to see Mac’s face!
Series: Charlie’s Angels
Network: ABC (American Broadcasting Company)
Bette Davis and Joan Crawford
Some people might not be old enough to recognize the greats like Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. All you need to know is this movie was about as creepy as a horror movie can get back in 1962. They played sisters on screen and hated each other off screen. Some say it was cause of a secret crush Crawford had on Davis.
Film: Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?
Studio: Warner Bros. Pictures
Nicki Minaj and Mariah Carey
Get the claws out cause this one was pretty catty. In 2013, Nicki Minaj and Mariah Carey joined the panel of judges for the hit singing show, American Idol. And immediately things went to the left real fast, as Minaj was not a fan of Carey and called her insecure and bitter. Yikes! Well, Carey would not go down without a claw back, saying Minaj doesn’t have a No. 1 single. Ha!
TV Series: American Idol
Sarah Jessica Parker and Kim Cattrall
This last and final feud on the list is probably the most heartbreaking to millions around the world. Who would’ve thought that Sarah Jessica Parker and Kim Cattrall wouldn’t be BFFs off screen? These gals have made millions of dollars together on their hit HBO tv series and films, Sex and the City. But, I guess it wasn’t enough, as Kim Cattrall was not happy to find out Parker was banking more than the others.
TV Series: Sex and the City