Celebrity feuds

Stars and drama go hand in hand! Check out our favorite celebrity feuds!

  • Perez Hilton and Lady Gaga got into it before the release of Gaga's latest album. David Livingston/Getty Images

  • Bruce Wills and Sylvester Stallone got into it when Stalone criticized Willis' lazy over Twitter. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

  • Chris Brown and Drake got into it at a club in NY when it surfaced that Drake was seeing Rihanna. Jason Merritt/Getty Images

  • Kelly Osbourne and Christina Auguilera were at odds because Osbourne accused Augilera of calling her "fat." Jonathon Leibson & Valerie Macon/Getty Images

  • Jimmy Kimmel and Kanye West are at odds over a spoof video Kimmel made of West's interview with BBC Radio. Michael Buckner & Steve Mack/Getty Images

  • LeAnn Rimes had an affair with Brandi Glanville's husband and it appears feud isn't stopping anytime soon. Frederick M. Brown & Alexandra Wyman/Getty Images

  • Amanda Bynes and Rihanna have fought multiple times on Twitter. Neilson Barnard & Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images

  • Katie Couric said that she didn't understand why Kim Kardashian was so famous. Astrid Stawiarz & Jeff Bottari/Getty Images

  • Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj frequently got into when they were both judges on "American Idol." Jamie McCarthy & Jason Merritt/Getty Images

  • Donald Trump and Rosie O'Donell have long been in a heated Twitter battle. Cindy Ord & Michael Loccisano/Getty Images

  • Kanye West interrupted Taylor Swift's acceptance speech at the 2009 MTV Music Awards to say that Beyonce's video (which was nominated, but lost) was better. Dimitrios Kambouris & Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

  • Melissa Gorga and Teresa Giudice are sister-in-laws and have been fighting on national tv ever since Giudice tried to say Gorga used to be a stripper. Cindy Ord & Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images

  • Anthony Bourdain and Paula Deen have been at odds because not only does Bourdain thinks Deen is greedy, he also thinks should change her cooking style since she was diagnosed with Diabetes. Dave Kotinsky & Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images

  • Jay Leno and David Letterman have been at war since Leno took over Johnny Carson's gig as host of "The Tonight Show" in 1992. Pascal Le Segretain & Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images

  • Joan Rivers and Chelsea Handler have a classic case of "mean girls" drama going on with both saying snarky things about the other. Jamie McCarthy & Angela Weiss/Getty Images

  • Howard Stern called Lena Dunham, the star, writer and directer of "Girls," a "little fat girl." He later apologized. Jason Merritt & Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images