It's possibly the most infamous feud of the noughties, and even though it's 2019, it doesn't look like it'll end anytime soon. I am, of course, talking about Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan.
You absolutely don't need me to tell you that the pair have had a, shall we say ~interesting~ friendship. They were pals at the peak of pop culture back in the mid-'00s but then they had a falling out.
Over the years, the pair have had little digs at each other. For example, in 2018 Paris called Lindsay a "pathological liar" after an old paparazzi video resurfaced.
Paris then did an interview late last year where she revealed what really happened on the night she was pictured in a two-seater sports car with Lindsay and Britney Spears. Speaking to Andy Cohen, Paris accused Lindsay of "party [crashing]" and inviting herself along.
In a similar interview not long after, Lindsay denied that this was the case, suggesting that Paris maybe didn't remember the night. Exhausting!
Well, that brings us to today, when Paris sat down with Andy Cohen once more to promote her upcoming single "Best Friend's Ass". The video will star Kim Kardashian, I'm not kidding.
Anyway, in a game of Plead The Fifth, Paris was reminded that she once said she didn't want Lindsay's name mentioned in the same sentence as hers. Judging by her facial expression, I'm going to assume that's still the case.
But Andy went one step further, God love him, and asked Paris to say three nice things about Lindsay. Based on the awkward silence that followed, I guess you could say Paris was struggling to think of an answer.
When words finally came to mind, she managed to settle on: "She's...beyond."
Anything else you'd like to add, Paris?
That wasn't all though! Andy also asked if the rumours were true that Paris once made out with Miley Cyrus in a Miami nightclub. This was Paris's reaction.
She eventually teased an answer.
It's never a quiet day in the world of Paris Hilton, huh? You can watch the full video here.
Ben Henry is a celebrity reporter for BuzzFeed UK and is based in London.