During 'Octomom: The Incredible Unseen Footage', Nadya Suleman verbally attacked Kate Gosselin, criticizing the 'Jon & Kate Plus 8' star for getting a tummy tuck after having her sextuplets and accusing her of being "attention seeking."
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Jeremy Piven and Chris Kattan got into it backstage at MTV on Aug. 6 after the 'SNL' alum playfully jabbed at the 'Entourage' star over his infamous exit from a Broadway play last year. After Kattan's joke, Piven asked him "what are you here to promote? Mango?" -- and shouting and slammed doors followed.
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'Today' show weatherman Al Roker turned up the heat on Heidi and Spencer Pratt on June 15 in a semi combative and oft-ridiculous interview that has quickly devolved into an all-out war of words.
Melissa Gilbert's new tell-all memoir 'Prairie Tale' alleges that Shannen Doherty slept with 'Little House on the Prairie' co-star Gilbert's husband - while Doherty was only a teen.
Candy Spelling went on a radio show and went so far as to blame husband Aaron Spelling's demise on her daughter, Tori. "My daughter one day decided that she wasn't speaking to my husband, myself and my son, and that's how it's continued for the last, oh gosh, four or five years," she said.
Kiefer Sutherland allegedly headbutted Jack McCollough at an after party for the Met Costume Gala because the fashion designed reportedly pushed Brooke Shields over.
After his uncomfortably brutal segment on 'The Daily Show,' Jim Cramer is hitting back through the media in various scathing interviews.
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Doug Reinhardt, the dutiful boyfriend he is, punched it out with a bodyguard in Miami on March 27 after he pushed his lady, Paris Hilton.
While promoting 'Osbournes: Reloaded,' Sharon Osbourne ripped into a reporter who questioned how a family with a drug-related past could host a family-oriented variety show. "I've taken real offense ... We're real people. And probably half of the people watching our show, someone in their family has a problem with alcohol and drugs," she said.
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Whoopi Goldberg let the claws fly on 'What Not to Wear' host Stacy London and a TV Guide reporter who both ripped on the Whoopster's wardrobe. Calling one TV Guide critic an "anonymous b----," Goldberg went on to say people shouldn't "judge me by what I wear, you judge me by what I say."