According to TMZ's eyewitnesses, s*** just got real between Justin Bieber and Orlando Bloom. The two ran into each other at Cipriani restaurant in Ibiza. You may remember that Bieber got a little too cozy with Bloom's wife at the time, Miranda Kerr, after the 2012 Victoria's Secret fashion show, and in a classic grudge move, Bloom and Selena Gomez were photographed together in April of this year. At Cipriani on Wednesday morning, Bloom bumped into Bieber, allegedly with his fist. In true punk fashion, the Biebs retaliated by posting a hot picture of Kerr, which he quickly deleted.
Bieber, who appears to be hell-bent on becoming Hollywood's most hated celeb of all time, has several famous detractors, but our favorite has got to be Seth Rogen. Back in March, Rogen told Watch What Happens Live's Andy Cohen that Bieber is "a piece of s***" and that he's "obnoxious, ungrateful and insincere." We pause here to slow clap for Rogen for saying what everyone else is thinking.
Freddie Prinze is not really feeling his 24 co-star Kiefer Sutherland and told ABC News' Jason Matheson so. "I did 24. It was terrible. I hated every moment of it. Kiefer was the most unprofessional dude in the world. That's not me talking trash. I'd say it to his face. I think everybody that's worked with him has said that." Them's fightin' words! Sutherland took the high road — his publicist responded by saying, "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." Nothing like a polite email to put someone in their place.
So many hilarious disses, so little time. Brandi Glanville took the bitter feud with LeAnn Rimes and ex-husband Eddie Cibrian to a new and exciting level when she took a break from Twitter long enough to air all her dirty grievances in a tell-all book. About Rimes' 2013 album Spitfire, Glanville wrote, "When you write an entire c**t'ry album about having an affair with a married man, most people won't buy it." Rimes and Cibrian have retaliated by starring in their own reality TV show where they throw Glanville under the bus every chance they get.
Kim Kardashian is quickly catching up to hubby Kanye West in the race to dis. Her most recent social media jab is at brother Rob Kardashian's ex-girlfriend Adrienne Bailon. Bailon went on public record as saying Rob was a stealthy cheater, and big sis Kim came out swinging (on Twitter, of course, instead of picking up the phone and chewing out Bailon's a** privately). The most hilarious social diss was Kim's tweet, "So sad when people try to kick my brother when he is down." We already felt sorry for Rob for having to like, listen to like, all those whiny sisters of his, but leave it to Kim to make him look even more pathetic. Poor guy.
At the 2014 BET Awards, everyone assumed Nicki Minaj was dissing Iggy Azalea when she boasted that she wrote her own lyrics in her acceptance speech for Best Female Hip Hop Artist. We can hardly blame Minaj since everyone thought she was the voice behind "Fancy" the first few times they heard the Azalea anthem. Minaj, who has found someone new to pick on besides Mariah Carey, quickly recanted through Twitter, accusing the media of twisting her words.
It's tough to pick a favorite celebrity spat, but the elevator smack down between Beyoncé's sister Solange and Jay Z definitely hits the Top 5 list. There was something morbidly hilarious about watching this trio, dressed to the nines for the 2014 Met Gala, fight like street thugs once the elevator door closed. Solange was throwing knees and purses while Beyoncé stood idly by and Mr. Carter, to his credit, took it. Everyone has since kissed and made up just in time for Beyoncé and Jay Z to battle divorce rumors.
Katy Perry kissed a girl and did not like it — when that girl was Miley Cyrus. While on tour, Cyrus slipped Perry the tongue and Perry served up a nice hot dish of dis when she went on an Australian talk show and said, "That tongue is infamous. I don't know where it's been." Seems we're not the only ones who are sick to death of Cyrus' tongue antics. Cyrus followed Perry's slam with a snarky tweet about Perry's ex's (she didn't specify which one) tongue and where it's been. This spat was funny, in a really super gross kind of way.
The Bachelorette's runner-up for Andi Dorfman's affection, Nick Viall, made millions of viewers cringe in unison when he blurted out, "Knowing how in love with you I was, if you weren't in love with me, I'm just not sure why you made love with me," on the show's finale. Dorfman's fiancé, Josh Murray was not impressed. He told HuffLive host Caitlyn Becker, "I really don't care for Nick that much. I think it was a classless move and very disrespectful, but I feel like she handled it with as much class as possible and that's all we're doing in this situation." It's hard to say what's funnier about this pissing match — Viall's epic case of sour grapes or the fact that everyone is so shocked that people have sex in the fantasy suite. It's called a "fantasy suite" not a "sit around and play checkers suite."
Joan Rivers' gift for snark is legendary, but she's really been outdoing herself lately. She jumped on the "we've all had enough of Gwyneth Paltrow" bandwagon when she said Paltrow can't sit down because she has a "stick up her rear end." Ouch! That's gotta hurt (the stick we mean).
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