Celebrities Who Star Together, But Hate Each Other in Real Life (PHOTOS)

Michele Marin | Jul 20, 2015 Celebrities
Celebrities Who Star Together, But Hate Each Other in Real Life (PHOTOS)

When some celebrity costars turn it on for the cameras, they're totally faking it. Talk about having acting chops! Some feuds are brief and don't affect the other costars, but others turn into drawn-out brawls that make everyone around them uncomfortable.

In some cases, celebrities are fired or they voluntarily quit over the discord. Check out which Hollywood celebrities have way more drama offscreen than on!


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  • Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson


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    Brace yourself! Rumor has it that lackluster chemistry between Dornan and Johnson resulted in massive reshoots during filming of 50 Shades of Grey. Given that there's a sequel in the works, it looks like it's back to the red room of pain for these two.

  • Farrah Abraham and the cast of Teen Mom


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    There's already plenty of baby mama drama on MTV's Teen Mom, but even more so once it was announced that Farrah Abraham would return for the latest season. Most notably upset was Maci Bookout, who has a long-standing feud with Abraham and has publicly declared her disapproval of Abraham's famed sex tape

  • Ariana Grande and Victoria Justice


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    When Nickelodeon's Victorious was canceled in 2013, the stars began to publicly argue over who was to blame for the show's demise. Was it Victoria because she wanted to go on to make music or was it Ariana because she went on to make the series Sam and Cat? Whatever the case may be, years later the two still address the issue in the media, proving this cat fight is very much alive.

  • Julianna Margulies and Archie Panjabi


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    The Good Wife costars definitely have friction on-screen, but the tension carries over offscreen as well. So much so, in fact, that Margulies and Panjabi haven't had any scenes together for the past two seasons. 

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  • Marcia Cross & Teri Hatcher


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    Everything wasn't popping up roses on Wisteria Lane during the filming of ABC's Desperate Housewives. Bree and Susan may have been BFFs on-screen, but Cross and Hatcher (shown here with costar Dana Delany, far left) were reportedly anything but. The over-the-top moment supposedly happened during a Vanity Fair shoot where Cross wasn't happy that Hatcher was positioned in the center.

  • Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj


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    What happens when you put two divas in the same room? Or make them both judges on American Idol? Apparently, a lot! Carey and Minaj didn't get along prior to American Idol, so it came as no surprise that nasty comments, glares, and snarky tweets ensued once the cameras started rolling. Carey reportedly just wants to "delete" that part of her life. 

  • Brandi Glanville and Kyle Richards


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    True to Glanville's tagline that she would rather spend her life "kicking ass than kissing it," she makes no bones about whose arse it is she wants to kick on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills: Kyle Richards's. Glanville seems to pit herself in the middle of the Richards sisters, which creates plenty of drama. Is blood thicker than water? The jury is still out on this one. 

  • Sarah Jessica Parker and Kim Cattrall


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    Ladies, hold on to your Louboutins, because Parker and Cattrall didn't quite share the bestie chemistry between Carrie Bradshaw and Samantha Jones. Reports of drama over sequels and egos were rampant during the filming of both the TV show and the film version of Sex and the City, though the two always looked cozy on the red carpet. Only they know the real deal. 

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  • David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson


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    They're back! Mulder and Scully return for six new X-Files episodes, and while we couldn't be happier to see these special agents make a comeback, it will be interesting to see how Duchovny and Anderson fare this time around. According to Duchovny, the costars would argue on set quite a bit, mostly because "familiarity breeds contempt." Let's hope this time around the two can get along while sifting through the "X-files."

  • Blake Lively and Leighton Meester


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    They may have been BFFs on the Upper East Side, but behind the scenes Lively and Meester weren't exactly sharing Jimmy Choos. The two reportedly scuffled about everything from who had the better wardrobe to how much screen time they got. 

  • Lea Michele and Naya Rivera


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    There was so much drama on the set of Glee that one could write a book about it, and that's just what Rivera is doing. In the upcoming Sorry, Not Sorry: Dreams, Mistakes and Growing Up, she will reportedly dish about what happened behind closed doors between her and Michele. You'll have to pick up the book to find out!

  • Claire Danes and Leonardo DiCaprio


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    During the filming of 1996's Romeo + Juliet, DiCaprio was far from charming -- at least in Dane's eyes. She often chided that the handsome young star was "very immature," citing his love of playing pranks on the cast. Star-crossed lovers they most certainly were not!

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  • Miley Cyrus and Demi Lovato


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    These Disney frenemies actually got along at one time. But Lovato and Cyrus soon drifted apart. Lovato doesn't see that changing anytime soon, as last year she took to the media saying she just didn't see a future friendship with Cyrus. It seems there's no love lost between these singer-actresses!

  • R2D2 and C3PO


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    We can't believe it either. The astromech droids have a cosmic feud? The discord between the actors who play these characters, Kenny Baker and Anthony Daniels, has a 30-year history. Baker reportedly claims Daniels is awkward, antisocial, and not nice to anyone. Who knew there was so much drama behind the metal?

  • Shannen Doherty and Alyssa Milano


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    Alyssa Milano costarred with longtime friends Shannen Doherty and Holly Marie Combs on the set of Charmed, proving true that three's a crowd. It was no secret that there were rough days on set and the behavior among the cast members was rumored to be less than charming.

  • Rosie O'Donnell and Elisabeth Hasselbeck


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    The on-air debates between O'Donnell and Hasselbeck on The View were anything but tame. The heated arguments became so intense that their co-hosts and guests often seemed uncomfortable. The final straw came from one particular feud that ended with O'Donnell leaving the show shortly later.

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  • Patrick Dempsey and Isaiah Washington


    Rumor has it that the feud between these Grey's Anatomy costars eventually led to Washington's being let go from the show. There were reports of heated arguments on set that included fist fights and name-calling. It seems that Dr. McDreamy and Dr. Burke may have made any tension on-screen look tame!

  • Shannen Doherty and Jennie Garth


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    Garth pens about her longtime feud with Doherty in her book, Deep Thoughts From a Hollywood Blonde. It turns out Tori Spelling wasn't the only one to call out Doherty's behavior during the filming of the 1990s teen drama Beverly Hills, 90210. No wonder security reportedly was called on set multiple times to break up the scuffles.

  • Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams


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    You may have walked out of the theater swooning over the romance between Noah and Allie in The Notebook, but things between Gosling and McAdams initially lacked affection on set. Gosling reportedly even asked the director to bring in a different actress to read with him off camera for a big scene. The two went on to date for a while, but then things fizzled out again and rumor has it McAdams was upset over the news that Gosling was having a baby with Eva Mendes


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