Relive it through the greatest piece of early 2000s TV.
A story told in pictures and GIFs.
It’s 2007 all over again. Except for how much of it took place on Instagram.
Be warned: If you’re still subtweeting your foes, you’re completely out of style.
She defended KimYe against the president’s remarks about public fascination with modern celebrity. Who wins?
A judge in London ruled in her favor today, with damages to be awarded. Says RiRi, “Everybody put your glasses up and I’ll drink to that.”
Icahn is as well known for his fiery temper and pointed one-liners as he is for his hedge fund’s activist investing.
A real “feud” that exists.
Here are the craziest dust-ups that went down this year, from the war on Paula Deen to the anti-grapefruit crusade.
WOW. Here’s what Stevie Nicks had to say about the Mariah Carey/Nicki Minaj feud while promoting her new documentary in the Hamptons. Fake or not, this feud is getting good.
I think it’s safe to say that Deadmau5 wins.
Last week in an interview Jon Hamm referred to Kim as a fucking idiot, saying that her success — as well as Paris Hilton’s — “doesn’t make any sense.” She responded via twitter today.
Oop! One day after telling TMZ that his former show, “Two and a Half Men,” was a “steaming pile of ass,” Charlie Sheen came back for seconds this afternoon—and this time, he threw Ashton Kutcher (who replaced Sheen in “Men”) into the mix.
Oh, snap! Asked by TMZ to comment on the cease and desist letter he’d received from Warner Bros. warning him not to use images from “Two and a Half Men” for his new show, “Anger Management,” Charlie Sheen offered the following.
Late-night wars come and go, but grudges last forever. Renowned Jay Leno-hater Howard Stern joined David Letterman on tonight’s “Late Show” to congratulate Letterman on his 30 years in late-night TV. And since Letterman hates Leno just as much as Stern does, what better way to celebrate than by spending five minutes talking smack about him!
Yesterday, the host of “Chelsea Lately” said a few unflattering things about Joan Rivers on Howard Stern’s radio. Coincidentally, Joan was a guest on Howard’s show today. As you can imagine, Joan ripped into Handler, saying, “She’s an ordinary girl who was f*cking somebody high up in the industry and they gave her a break,” “wherever she is, she’s drunk” and “don’t you come after me, you whore.”
“Look it up.” Two days after tugging on Lady Gaga’s wig in an interview with Newsweek, Madonna went and snatched off the whole damn thing on last night’s “20/20,” the first time she publicly addressed the issue of similarities between Gaga’s “Born This Way” and her song, “Express Yourself.”
Shots fired! Here’s what Madonna had to say when asked by Newsweek’s Jacob Bernstein about Lady Gaga’s song, “Born This Way,” which has been criticized by some as a rip-off of Madge’s 1989 hit, “Express Yourself.” Let the shade-throwing and wig-snatching begin!
“Chenning,” or taking photos with the disembodied head of Gawker’s Adrian Chen after he writes an article crying about your “fake internet craze” was a popular way of taking pictures in the 1920s. It’s currently experiencing a revival and is basically the new horsemaning, which was basically the new planking. Here are some modern day adaptations of this popular new/old photo trend.
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It’s true! On his Sunday radio show, he wished Miley would get a gum transplant, make a sex tape with her dad, do heroin like Britney, smoke crack like Lindsay Lohan and finally, “catch chlamydia from a bicycle seat.” Woah. Miley start using grocery bags on your bike seats! We can’t say for sure that Jamie hasn’t sabotaged your ass.
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Stupid kinda-feud alert! On the prospect of Lindsay Lohan playing her in a biopic, Stevie Nicks said, “Over my dead body. She needs to stop doing drugs and get a grip. Then maybe we’ll talk.” Tough talk coming from a witch. Now, is it us, or are these ladies slowly looking more and more like one another?
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This handy dandy New York Times graphic breaks down disses, accusations and allegiances between feuding rappers 50 Cent and Rick Ross. They barely ever mention body weight! Fatties… Oh, and it’s tiny so just click the pic to see the real deal.
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While you might have seen the artsy, one-off food blog at Scanwiches and thought to yourself, “hey, what a great idea,” it’s apparently just a copy cat! The scanned-sandwich site Scanwich.com, (slogan: where glass and meat meet), has been operating since 2007 and lays claim to the original idea. Blog feud?
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William Shatner has been feeling feisty lately. He’s posted YouTube videos complaining about a) not being asked to appear in JJ Abrams’ new Star Trek movie and b) not being invited to George Takei’s wedding. (Abrams and Takei said, basically, “you’re crazy.”) Aging celebrities and YouTube: a dangerous mix.
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