15 Celebrities Who Met Other Stars And Had Weird Interactions

In Watch What Happens live with Andy CohenAfter being asked who the worst musical guest on the show was, Hader said it was Justin Bieber. “I was in a bad place… Maybe I’m in a better place, but back then it was very… it was tough,” he added, “He seemed exhausted or at the end of a rope.” “

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Chris Pontius (aka Party Boy) by Donkey Fame said that Ellen DeGeneres is the meanest celebrity she has ever met.

Pontius said that in the green room at VH1’s Big in ’04 or ’05 awards, Ellen was smoking cigarettes and being rude to people as if she was “mad to be there”.

Pontius added that, in the end, DeGeneres came out onstage and was “the funny, likeable Ellen that people think she is.”

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jonah hill “hated” Christopher Mintz-Plasse after his initial audition for Very bad.

jona hill said of Mintz-Plasse’s audition, “Chris was really amazing from the start. And I think it was really upsetting to me at the time.” Judd Apatow said that during the audition, Mintz-Plasse was “very caustic and attacked Jonah and did ad libs insulting Jonah.” Seth Rogen recalled, “Jonah hated him right away. . He was like, ‘That was fucking up my groove. I couldn’t act with that guy.

Ultimately, Hill’s distaste for Mintz-Plasse actually appealed to Apatow, as it fit the two characters’ rocky and tense chemistry. At the time, Apatow said: ‘That’s exactly why we’re hiring him. It couldn’t be more perfect. The fact that it bothers you is exactly what we want.’”

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Pete Holmes allegedly scolded Malia Obama and her friend for speaking up during a stand-up show.

Holmes didn’t really recognize her at first. He said: “There were these two attractive women at the front who were whispering the whole show, it’s worse than booing. I said, can you stop it please? So I’m a little bit more like: shut up… Please shut up mouth”.

Holmes said he even drew a curtain to block the view of Malia and her friend. “I thought this would get a lot of laughs. Nothing. The whole audience turns on me.” He didn’t find out until after the spectacle that was Malia Obama.

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Kathy Griffin said that Jon Hamm was mean to her at a dinner

griffin said she’s always gotten a “cold and somewhat disrespectful” vibe from Hamm, but at this particular dinner, she claims he interrupted their conversation with “drunk barking.” She added, “First it was, ‘You know your Emmy isn’t a real Emmy. I let it slide, but then he whispered, ‘You’re so old.'”

Added Griffin, “He’s one of those good-looking guys who’s mildly funny, but actually thinks he’s funny on a comedic level. You know the guy – there’s probably one in your office or in your family. It just smacks of it. He’s a titled air. When Hammy wants to be funny, he’s, well, no.”

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Zac Efron said that during his icy first encounter with Seth Rogen, it was revealed that Rogen “wanted to hate him.”

Efron told the story of how he introduced himself to Seth Rogen at a party and complimented his writing, producing, and acting, prompting Rogen to admit that he wanted to hate him and joked that Efron was “nice” instead of being a jerk. .

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Andrew Schulz is a comedian who claims to have had a “strange interaction” with Jerry Seinfeld. It happened when Schulz performed at a comedy club. After the show, he saw Seinfeld and thanked him for coming…

Schulz said Seinfeld offered zero verbal acknowledgment in response. “He looked at me, then looked away and walked away.”

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Kesha also had an awkward interaction with Jerry Seinfeld.

Seinfeld later clarified that he just didn’t know who she was and wouldn’t “hug a complete stranger.” When he was asked about the incident later, Kesha said“I think I just scared the poor man.”

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Josh Gad was upset with Adrian Grenier for his behavior while attending a performance of the Broadway musical, Book of Mormonwhich ultimately led to Gad’s “lowest moment in acting history”.

Gad (who starred in the musical) told the story of performing a show when a celebrity in the audience was still “checking their phone, just talking and not really listening”. She initially kept his identity anonymous, only saying that they, “were in Entourage”, and “it’s not Jeremy Piven”. Gad said he was so focused on debating whether or not to call the person that he forgot his line, leading to a long, awkward silence before yelling, “What (blank) am I supposed to say?” to get your next words from the crew.

gad eventually confirmed the identity of the culpritstating, “I was the lead actor on a show called Entourage, Adrian… So Adrian, the next time you’re in a dark theater with a bunch of people performing for you on stage, I’d ask for a little more respect. And I promise to show you the same respect when I see you on stage. Jokes aside, I hope you’re doing well Adrian! I still love you, I still love you so much.”

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Chanel West Coast got into a heated verbal argument with radio host and writer Charlamagne during an episode of ridiculous.

After Charlamagne boasted about her willingness to tell people her honest opinion to their faces, Chanel told her that just because she says something doesn’t make it the truth. Charlamagne replied, “She says that because I told her she was bad at rapping once.” This triggered a tug-of-war that ended with Chanel angrily telling Charlamagne to “get acquainted” with her “musical history of hers.”

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Sophie Turner was so smitten by Kendall Jenner that she bluntly turned down an invitation to a party.

This was not an intentionally rude encounter. Turner said he often turns down celebrities because he “misbehaves” and “says something stupid” when he expresses his excitement to meet them. She recounted overcorrecting when she met Kendall, saying: “She’s so beautiful in real life and she blew me away with her beauty and she invited me to this after party. She said, ‘Do you want to come? ‘ and I just said, ‘No. No, I don’t.’

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Cara Delevingne and Richard Madden had a non-face-to-face exchange after he criticized her for a tense interview with CBS Sacramento that was cut short.

First, here’s the Delevingne interview that sparked the Madden reviews, which you can see for yourself. Some believe that the interviewers they are condescending and set the tone, while others felt that Delevingne was testy and unwelcoming to the announcers from the start.

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Madden was quoted saying, “It was unprofessional. …he made her look ungrateful…she showed her age. For Cinderella, I did six weeks of those interviews, where they ask you the same eight questions. If you can’t do it gracefully, then don’t do it.”

Delevingne tweeted in response, “I have no idea who you are, but I think it’s a bit desperate for a grown man to speak ill of someone he doesn’t know.” However, Madden quickly apologized and said he was misquoted, squashing short-lived beef.

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Jon Stewart didn’t enjoy Hugh Grant at all when he was a guest on the daily program in 2009, once tagging it the worst guest on the show, adding, “And we’ve had dictators on the show.”

grant is said he complained a the daily program staff who had other places to stay. Stewart recapped: “She’s giving everybody shit all the time, and she’s a huge pain in the ass.”

Grant was there to promote Have you heard about the Morgans? and it was reported that he did not agree with the film clip that was shown. Stewart said in response, “Well, then make a better movie.” (I watched the interview and there’s some sarcasm and maybe a little bit of tension, which is why these other interactions happened off-camera).

For the record, Hugh Grant did not deny any of the accusations and, in fact, acknowledged that he was not on his best behavior and deserved Stewart’s criticism.

Turns out my inner crab got the best of me with the TV producer in 2009. Unforgivable. J Stewart correct to kick me.

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James Corden and Pierce Brosnan

During a segment on The Late Late Show, Corden was asked to “name a celebrity who has been rude to you at a party.” Corden told a story of Pierce Brosnan pushing him out of his way at a U2 concert.

After Brosnan left his area and Corden moved into it, he said Brosnan came back and pushed him away without saying a word, adding, “I looked at him and he didn’t even look at me.”

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Jeremy Piven and Stephen Dorff argued about cutting the bathroom line.

According to Pop SugarPiven was upset with Dorff for cutting the bathroom line, and the two had a little argument, and things almost escalated to the point of physical confrontation.

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And finally, Lena Dunham weirdly criticized Odell Beckham Jr. for… not doing anything in particular, after the two shared a table at the Met Gala.

In a question and answer session with Amy Schumer, dunham said, “I was sitting next to Odell Beckham Jr., and it was amazing because it was as if he looked at me and determined that I didn’t have the shape of a woman by his standards. He said, ‘That’s a marshmallow. That’s a boy. That he’s a dog. It wasn’t mean, he just seemed confused. The vibe was a lot like, “Do I want to fuck him? Is he wearing a… yeah, he’s wearing a tuxedo? I’m going back to my cell.’ phone.’ It was like we were forced to be together, and he was literally looking at Instagram instead of having to look at a woman in a bow tie. I said, ‘This should be called the Metropolitan Museum of being shunned by athletes.'”

Dunham’s spontaneous attack on Beckham Jr. drew public criticism in his own way, eventually writing an apology on Instagram.

Beckham Jr. seemed unaware that it was a thing and when asked about it, he said just answered“That’s life. There are so many things that happen, you get some, you don’t get some, I just, I don’t know man, I don’t have much to say about it. I have to learn more about the situation.”

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