James Franco Fights Bruce Vilanch Like a Real Man -- Through Twitter

Nicole Fabian-Weber
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james francoJames Franco is a lot of things. Funny, talented, smokin' hot. However, "awesome Oscar host" and "writer of pithy tweets" he is not.

When Franco joined Twitter a few weeks before the Oscars to promote the show, a journalist at the Yale Daily News criticized his Twitter page, saying, "James Franco, your Twitter sort of sucks." Franco, obviously not happy about the article, then tweeted really inappropriate things about the Yale Daily News.

Then, when Oscar writer Bruce Vilanch bashed Franco for his performance as Oscar host, again, Franco freaked out over Twitter.

So, my question to James Franco is: Can you only fight through Twitter? Have you no moxie? Any guts?

Of course, it's not just James Franco and Bruce Vilanch. Almost every celeb has had a Twitter feud at one point or another in their career.

Other ridiculous celebrity Twitter feuds that we seriously didn't need to see were:

Demi Moore and Kim Kardashian. Demi blew things out of proportion when Kim tweeted a picture of herself with some friends and the words, "Big pimpin. Love you girls." Demi responded with, "A pimp is nothing more than a slave owner!" Relax, Demi. It's a tweet. Sheesh.

Lady Gaga and Katy Perry. Katy Perry tweeted about Lady Gaga's video for "Alejandro": "Using blasphemy as entertainment is as cheap as a comedian telling a fart joke."

Lindsay Lohan and Samantha Ronson. Basically, their entire relationship was played out via Twitter.

Last, and certainly not least, is Rihanna and Ciara. The two "ladies" had an entire war with each other through Twitter. Classy.

It seems like this is the only way celebrities argue these days. Sure, we live in a technology-laden world, but what happened to a good ol' fashioned bar brawl? Or a mano-a-mano confrontation?

My vote is for feuding celebs to get out from behind their laptops once in a while and have it out in person! Unless they're doing it for publicity, then by all means, keep on keepin' on, my friends.

What do you think of Franco's Twitter behavior?

 

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