Sometimes, on-screen drama can permeate into stars off-screen lives. TV shows can often seem like they’d be a lot of fun to film while you’re sitting on your couch watching them, but in some cases, they can be torturous. These torturously long hours surrounded by the same people can lead to some major disagreements, or even physical fights between cast members, co-stars, and crew.
Ultimately, these fights and disagreements could lead to major show changes or even beloved characters to be killed off as their actors are fired. In a few extreme cases, entire shows were ended because of the major conflicts that came between stars and cast and crew members.
Of course, you want to know the juicy details about some of these fights, right? We knew you would! So, we’ve compiled a list of some of the biggest feuds between some of your favorite co-stars and crew members on your favorite TV shows.
Did you know...
- Björk created a media sensation when she wore her iconic white swan dress to the 2001 Oscars. At the time, many derided it as hideous and a publicity stunt, but it has since gone down as one of the most memorable dresses of all time—even if it isn't exactly beloved. She says David Bowie was the inspiration behind the dress.
- While attending the Grammys in February 2000, Jennifer Lopez stepped out in a green Versace dress that instantly became a phenomenon. The barely-there ensemble had a dramatically low cut that came below JLo’s belly button. It became such a talking point that it was Google’s most popular search query up to that point, and it spurred the company to include images into search results. It became the motivation for Google Images.
- Paris Hilton not only lives in a mansion, she also built a doghouse mansion for her Chihuahua. It's 300 square feet and includes air conditioning and heating. It comes decked out with designer furniture, a chandelier, a pink paint job, second-floor balcony, and enclosed "yard." It's not enough for you to live in luxury. Your dog must, as well.
- When Rihanna debuted her famous red locks in 2010 (around the same time she was featured on Eminem's "Love the Way You Lie"), she started a red-hair trend. Over the next twelve months, she changed her hairstyle 13 times—more than once a month! But that came at a pricey cost. Sources say the annual price tag came out to $1,168,000 on just her hair.
- In the summer of 2007, Joh Hamm became a household name when Mad Men premiered to critical acclaim and strong ratings. Just over a year and a half later, Ellie Kemper stole America's hearts (and Dwight's and Andy's) when she became the new receptionist on The Office. Before they were famous, Hamm was Kemper's high school drama teacher!