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The Rudest Celebs In Hollywood, According To Other Stars


Not every celebrity can say they hold the
heartwarming title of “Hollywood’s Nice Guy”, or gal, but if a star shares a rude encounter
with another famous face, you best believe it’ll be the talk of Tinseltown. We’re dishing the dirt on the rudest celebs
in Hollywood, according to reportedly nicer stars. At first glance, you’d probably never think
Pierce Brosnan could be rude. Between his sultry voice and dashing looks,
the Irish actor won our hearts as James Bond in the late ’90s. However, funnyman James Corden might beg to
differ with this glowing reputation. “No hard feelings, Mr Bond.” In a headline-making segment of “Spill Your
Guts or Fill Your Guts” on The Late Late Show in 2017, guest Khloé Kardashian asked Corden
about the rudest celeb he’s ever met. He reluctantly revealed, “Pierce Brosnan.” The late-night star went on to claim, “I went to see U2…and Pierce Brosnan was
with some friends here, and they left halfway through the gig.” After the space had been vacant for a while,
Corden and his wife moved to Brosnan’s spot…apparently right before the actor returned. “This arm went on here and just pushed me
out the way. And I looked at him like that, and he didn’t
even glance at me, he just moved back into his area.” We never thought the actor best known as 007
could allegedly be this harsh in real life, but after Khloe offered the possibility that
Brosnan was drunk at the time, Cordon quipped, “Maybe he’s just a bit f—ing rude.” “Yeah!” Gene Simmons may look scary with all the makeup
he wears for KISS, but nobody would have thought he’d be rude to the elderly. It all started when Modern Family’s Eric Stonestreet
shared a series of texts from his mom, Jamey, on Instagram in 2014. At the time, she jokingly texted, “I think [Gene] Simmons is on my flight. Do you think I should go give him a kiss.” …to which her famous son quipped, quote,
“Yes. With tongue.” However, it wasn’t long until Stonesteet publicly
put Simmons and bandmate Paul Stanley on blast. The actor claimed via Twitter, “Gene tried to bully my mom out of her seat
and when she said no, he said, ‘it’s ok, I just bought the plane’ and then asked her
for HER autograph…I can’t wait to run into you two old a– makeup wearing f—- and tell
you in person; you should have been nicer to my mom.” “Oh that was good.” Simmons denied the entire situation in a series
of since-deleted tweets, which included the message, quote, “LOOK, I HAVE A MOTHER, TOO.” Meanwhile, Stanley squashed the beef by apologizing
to the mother-son duo. As for Stonestreet? He thanked Stanley, and added, “I will tape my glow in the dark KISS posters
back together.” Rumors surrounding Ariana Grande’s alleged
diva behavior have been swirling for years. The pint-sized crooner even combated the claims
in a 2014 appearance on the Australian radio show, Mike E & Emma, saying, “That’s not real, that’s nonsense. My fans know who I am, my family knows who
I am, my friends know who I am, and that’s all that matters.” But there was someone who disagreed with Grande’s
claim: E! News correspondent Giuliana Rancic. She revealed, “I think she does have a little bit of a diva
thing going on. I remember, I think it was at the AMAs, she
came up on the platform, and normally I stand on [her left side] to the camera. I had to fight 13 years to get this side to
the camera, it’s my good side, but I fought 13 years for this, OK? Little Ariana comes over, I feel like ‘bing,’
elbow in my side, I’m like, ‘What’s going on?’ And they push me to the other side.” “Vogue.” While the thought of the two stars fighting
for their good side may sound hilarious, we aren’t surprised Grande won this round. Christina Aguilera has built quite the reputation
for not being the friendliest person among Hollywood’s elite. And one celeb this pop star apparently rubbed
the wrong way was actress Valerie Bertinelli. Andy Cohen asked Bertinelli to dish the dirt
on what went on between the two stars during a 2014 episode of Watch What Happens Live. While the actress clarified that she and Aguilera
didn’t have an all-out feud, the singer did apparently snub Bertinelli at one of her ex-husband
Eddie Van Halen’s concerts. She claimed, “I was a fan at that time, a long time ago. And I went up to her because she was at a
Van Halen concert, and I said, ‘Oh my God, I think you’re a beautiful singer’ buh buh
buh.” But Christina wasn’t having it. “She just went like, ‘Yeah, whatever.’ She gave me the cold shoulder, and I thought,
‘B—-, I’m a fan. You can’t be nice to me?” After Cohen asked Bertinelli if she’d seen
Aguilera since, the actress replied, “I have not, no. But you know what? She might have gotten better, but I heard
she hasn’t.” You probably shouldn’t bother someone while
they’re in the middle of an intense workout sesh, but that’s exactly what Sister, Sister
alum Tia Mowry decided to do to Charlize Theron during one particular SoulCycle class in 2014. “Hey. Yeah, you I’m talkin to you you piece of s—. I’m gonna kick your ass.” Mowry told InTouch, “She wasn’t very nice to me. I said, ‘Hi,’ and she actually rolled her
eyes and said, ‘Oh my God.’ I wasn’t over-the-top. I know how to approach another celebrity.” Andy Cohen later decided to rehash the goss
with Theron herself on an episode of Watch What Happens Live. Theron joked, “What a b—-. No, I heard this story, I don’t know, did
she really say it? Was it just written?” Once Cohen explained that the tale originated
in a tabloid, Theron replied, “Oh, well, you can’t go by that, right? I’m really nice at SoulCycle, actually, because
once my endorphins kick in, I’m actually almost too friendly.” Ready to get to the bottom of this rumored
feud, E! News caught up with Mowry, who finally cleared the air in 2017, saying, “It was all blown out of proportion. I respect her. I think she’s amazing.” Aussie radio host Em Rusciano has probably
had her fair share of run-ins with rude celebrities. “You have to appeal to everyone, and as we
know, as you said, I’m polarizing.” But she had no trouble narrowing down the
rudest star she’d ever met. Answering a fan question about it, she replied
on Instagram, quote, “Easy: lead singer of Snow Patrol.” Her story about an interview she and her co-host
conducted with Gary Lightbody made this piece of celeb gossip that much more amusing. Rusciano explained, “[We] went to interview [the band]…and they
had that one big song on Grey’s Anatomy [“Chasing Cars”]. We got told, ‘Don’t ask him about it because
he gets angry’ but we did because that’s all anyone cared about.” She claimed Lightbody sat through the rest
of the interview with his middle finger raised in protest. Perhaps we can chalk up the entire sitch to
the singer having an off day, considering he gushed about the iconic track to BBC News
years after this interview, claiming, “I still have a really deep relationship to
that song. It’s a beautiful moment every time you play
it.” Kathy Griffin is no stranger to speaking her
mind. And the comedy veteran has often been called
out over her sometimes blunt portrayal of fellow celebs. She told Salon in 2018, “I tell the real stuff. And there’s some serious parts, like the death
threats, very intense.” Nevertheless, this hasn’t stopped Griffin
from dishing all her hot celeb secrets in her book, Kathy Griffin’s Celebrity Run-Ins. And one star she couldn’t say anything positive
about? Actor Jon Hamm. Griffin wrote of an ill-fated dinner party
in 2016, “You’ll never convince me to like Jon Hamm. Hammy showed up…He even said to me, ‘What
are you doing here?’ I said…’What are you doing here?'” She explained that while talking to Jack Nicholson
later on, an intoxicated Hamm reportedly whispered in her ear, saying, “First it was, ‘You know your Emmy isn’t a
real Emmy’…then he whispered, ‘You’re so o-o-o-old.'” Considering the fact that Hamm previously
told GQ that his popular Mad Men character, Don Draper, is a bad dude that he quote, “lives
with…every day,” perhaps Hamm was taking one too many pointers from his on-screen alter
ego. “You’re never gonna please everybody, that’s
for sure.” Michael Jordan is considered the G.O.A.T.
in the history of the NBA. Unfortunately, it seems the legendary player’s
intensity on the court has spilled off of it, as well, which fan and rapper Chamillionaire
discovered following an alleged incident with the basketball giant in 2009. The rapper claimed via Upstream, “I had saw Michael Jordan taking pictures
with girls…I was like ‘Man, this is just that one moment…I’m gonna ask Mike for a
picture.'” He continued, “I kind of expected him to say no, so I wasn’t
mad he said no. But the way he said it? He said, ‘Oh hell nah, man! I ain’t taking no pictures with no n—–.'” Yikes. The story obviously picked up steam at the
time, even on ESPN, which noted, “There’s also widespread support for the idea
that Jordan is no saint…[We] can’t help but wonder if the public perception of Jordan
is shifting.” As for Number 23 himself? Jordan seemingly decided to prove Chamillionaire’s
claims wrong, as years later, he was seen posing with rap artist 2 Chainz in an Instagram
snap. If you’re an A-list celeb, you should probably
avoid being rude to an up-and-comer. Cue then 13-year-old Hailee Steinfeld, who
was heading home after an audition in late 2009, and tried to talk to Lea Michele. “I feel like I will live through certain experiences
and be like okay never again.” Steinfeld told J-14, “When I was auditioning for True Grit, I was
on the Paramount lot. Glee also films on the lot and I love that
show. I saw Lea Michele just walking to her trailer…So
I walked up to her and asked for her autograph, but she walked by and a guy came and said,
‘Sorry, now’s not a good time!’ I was so sad! I was practically crying on the way home.” Michele later told Gossip Cop, “I heard Hailee was upset and [I] feel terrible. The Glee schedule is so jam-packed that the
PA probably pulled me so that I wouldn’t be late to set. I never meant to hurt her feelings. She’s an extraordinary talent and I look forward
to meeting her one day.” And squash the beef she did, as the two actresses
met once again at the 2011 SAG Awards, where Michele took the time to pose for a photo
with Steinfeld. Jennifer Lawrence has been considered by many
to be Hollywood’s quirky “It Girl” for years. She’s the one who always speaks her mind,
tends to fall in public, and is just generally viewed as super relatable by her fans. “Now I realize I’ve made the biggest mistake
of my entire life.” But is this Oscar winner starting to take
her fame for granted? Lawrence sat down with Adam Sandler in 2017
for Variety’s Actors on Actors series, where the duo discussed the negative aspects of
fans who don’t respect their personal space. The actress dished, “Once I enter a public place, I become incredibly
rude. I turn into a huge a–hole.” “You get icey?” “Yeah, and that’s like my only way of defending
myself.” She added, “I see somebody walking towards my table,
I just go…Or like ‘Can I have a selfie?’ and I’m like, ‘No!'” While Sandler awkwardly laughed at the remark,
he then tried offering up his own two cents to the young starlet. “I don’t shut ’em down.” He says he had a strategy that works when
fans his age wanna take a selfie. “They go, ‘Hey, Adam can I get a picture?’ And I say, ‘You don’t want that man,’ and
the guy goes, ‘What?’ And I go, ‘You don’t want that.’ And he goes, ‘Yeah, yeah, I don’t.'” Nevertheless, the damage was seemingly already
done. As of mid 2019, the YouTube video has 3,600
likes, but also holds a whopping 9,800 dislikes. Looks like some fans were rubbed the wrong
way. Check out one of our newest videos right here! Plus, even more Nicki Swift videos about your
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100 Comments

  1. Alucard8319 Author

    They are rude because their ego is high. If you're that famous and people are going flat for you when they see you it goes to heir head… and so this is the result. Not saying that each famous people are like that. Some are actually still a decent person, but the average person is mostly rude and then with money even more rude. Not surprised here

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  2. ssoozee Author

    Two stories: Years ago, while Theron filmed a movie in a historic courthouse in Oregon State, she took a smoke break inside a rounded stairwell that was lined with aged, original, old-growth wood/paneling. A courthouse employee kindly asked Theron to quit smoking, as it wasn’t allowed inside the building. Without breaking her glance, Theron inhaled a final time, blew her ciggy smoke in his face and snuffed out the cigarette on the vintage wood paneling on the wall. She’s vile.
    I visited NYC a few years back and my friend and I went out to eat at a very trendy restaurant located in a hip part of town. The manager took a liking to me—said he liked my sassy conversational style—and he sent a bottle of expensive champagne to our table. I glanced at the bar and saw Sharon Stone and Sylvester Stallone waiting at the bar (separately) for their tables, so the restaurant catered to some high-end celebrities. Later on the manager came over and sat with us and, well, we got to gossiping. I asked him to name the absolute worst celebrity he’s ever had to deal with. His answer, HANDS DOWN, was Christina Aguilera. The story is too long to tell here, but believe me, she’s another one to add to the Vile Celebrity Hall of Fame.

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  3. Rolando Martello Author

    I'm with Jon Hamm. Kathy Griffin is annoying as can be. The only episode of Seinfeld I wont watch is the one with her in it. I met Hamm at an event in the Bay Area. He was down to earth and totally cool.

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  4. Martin Fairclough Author

    I will always say that no matter how famouse u r never be rude or arigant to any1 and never forget were u come from before u were famouse. Always treat people with respect. Dont be an ashole or a diva coz been a diva is just been a bitch or a c.nt. always be nice to yor fans coz its yor fans that keep u famous.

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  5. s wright Author

    Some of these are rude but you are TRASH if you ever go up to a celeb or someone and ask for an autograph. Get a life. They are harassed all day

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  6. Channelchen Author

    Please, Nicki, change your logo. The one with the red banner, white circle and black "N" in the middle. It is too similar to the Nazi flag. It evokes very negative connotations – and your channel is not at all like that!

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  7. N Corp Author

    Gene Simmons is an all around bad dude. I remember seeing him on some reality tv show years ago and he treated women like literal garbage. He's a self proclaimed misogynist and has bragged about sexual assault on various occasions. He also treats his family like shit. Can't be surprised that he was rude to an old lady.

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  8. kurt lowder Author

    what a lazy video. nearly every single story is someone asking for a picture. James stole someone's seat. Find me a celebrity that's an actual jerk. if you get asked thousands of times for a selfie eventually once in awhile you are going to be tired, hungry, cranky and forget to say no politely. I will even forgive john hamm, because even though I am lefty, I have always thought kathy griffen is a bit of a drama queen.

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  9. Darlene Canup Author

    Once you become famous you forfeit your privacy. So when they want their privacy boo hoo so sorry you don't have any. These celebs are ridiculous and so ego driven. Who would even want to be one when you forget how you got there.

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  10. P O Author

    Ok…so…why bother putting the Lea Michele incident on here???? That's definitely NOT an example of a celebrity being rude. And it wasn't even Lea who said anything mean. Ugh…people take things way too far. There's always two sides to every story and sometimes people see only what they want to see…

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  11. dlancer2k Author

    She worked for 13 years to be filmed on her good side, and we're supposed to feel bad for her when she's filmed on the other side? Like she's Harvey Dent or something.

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  12. 80sCats&GunsAddict Author

    Ariana Grande is a celeb? When did this happen? In her mind i'm sure but i HIGHLY doubt in the minds of the majority of Americans. If you want TRUE celebs in the music industry…you gotta go back to the 60's…70's…80's…and 90's. Music was born when The Beatles came along and died at the turn of the 21st century. YESSS…Elvis is HIGHLY overrated.

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  13. AsyaMoriarty Author

    This is mostly a list of stories about people not understanding the fact that THEY are being rude by thinking they can walk up to a stranger and talk to them just because the stranger is famous.

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  14. Caramel Kisses Author

    Arianna eats 3 grapes a day of course she’s a bit grumpy……..Charlize rolled her eyes 👀 she had a moment just own it. 🤷🏽‍♀️. Everyone has bitchy moments

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  15. rageforthemachine Author

    Is there any human being who has ever met him who has something positive to say about Gene Simmons? I really think the guy might be a genuine sociopath.

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  16. Mike Lody Author

    So two thoughts about this. First, I can see how a celebrity might not want to potentially be accosted at any moment if they are buying carrots at the grocery store, or getting their tires rotated at NTW or whatever. Second, almost all celebrities are vapid creeps who don't have real jobs and lead lives of excess. They become famous, then shit on the heads of the very people who made them famous. They are basically doing the same thing for a living that most of use did in 2nd grade, but grew out of when we had to join the real world, work jobs to pay bills, and put food on the table. The funniest thing to me is when they lecture us on what is best for the country and who we should vote for, based on their views from their ivory towers on the Malibu coast.

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  17. Aimee Author

    I believe Charlize Theron was probably rude as I've heard rumors about her before but also on the other side of the coin there is nothing polite about bothering a celebrity at the gym even if you are also in the industry. Similarly with the Lea Michele one, I'm sure she was also rude, but again if you are on a studio lot to audition should you be bothering celebrities who are working there?
    Also as the comments are full of comments about James Corden stealing Pierce Brosnan's seat I feel compelled to point out their was no seat involved. In James' story they were in the standing section at a concert.

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  18. Zee Tu Author

    Faught 13 years for her good side lmaooooo, Ari is the fucking celeb tho she’s more important, let her have her good side and just fucking do the interview tf.

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  19. Archduke of Belgrade Author

    No one:
    Not a single soul:
    Nicky Swift: Lea Michele is an A-list celeb.

    Kathy Griffin.. Known for her made up stories and blown out of proportions runs ins.

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  20. K Author

    These rude celebs need to learn from Keanu Reeves and Hugh Jackman. Also, why is Lea Michelle included if she wasn't rude and was only caught at a bad time?

    Pierce Brosnan is a nice dude, James Corden is a known prick, James likely took his story out of context to make Pierce seem like the douchebag of the story.

    Jennifer Lawrence at least admits that she isn't very nice, she gets points for honesty.

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  21. Zed Author

    So Pierce Brosnan leaves his seat and comes back to find a gatecrasher with his wife in it and moves him out of the way. Next time maybe stay out of seats or an area that wasn't yours to begin with Mr Corden. If it doesn't belong to you it ain't yours, it belongs to someone else. If you had any class you'd have apologized in your interview when you had the chance not run Pierce Brosnan down over you helping yourself to other people's sh*t.

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  22. Cease Miller Author

    I can see that. Most of them are rich and famous and their only true talent is being amazingly attractive. Think about all the, broke nice looking jerks you see everyday and add money and fame and it’s a recipe for being an assholle

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  23. R Pleace Author

    6min49secs. Yeah right. Perhaps Hamm is right and Kathy Griff completely deserved it because she's a miserable, pathetic (never really even was) has been (because she always sucked anyway) What the hell is happening, why am I watching this?

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  24. Velina Welch Author

    These rude celebs need to get over themselves! They're no better than anyone else and need to realize they wouldn't be $hit if not for fans (fellow celebs or otherwise) !!!!!! Edit: I just wanted to say that I've met several celebs and I guess I'm lucky because they have all bee nice & polite. However….I participated in a Q & A on the internet and didn't have the same luck…My question was completely normal and reasonable, but this actor was very rude! The little punk should be flattered that I remembered he was in the film series that I asked him about!!!!! His character wasn't that popular and neither was he!!!!

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  25. Melodie Webb Author

    I have seen and met been acquaintances, friends and families associations with all people from all walks of life in entertainment, government, military, education, medical, corporate, etc all levels of society from the homeless poorest of the poor and the millionaires billionaires richest of the rich, caste system still prevails all around the world. People do things sometimes immoral, bad and even evil things and or are complacent in enabling others, people sell out themselves, their souls and others to climb the worlds money, fame and glory ladders. Yehushua warned the "love of money (mammon worshipping worldly materialism selfishness ego fame) is the root of all evil, rather than loving God and His Universal Laws and loving your neighbor as yourself. The greatest law of God is Love God with all your heart, mind and soul and love your neighbor as you love yourself.

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  26. S Hill Author

    Fame…. enjoy it while it lasts. Not all celebrities stay celebs. You may be begging for someone to ask for that autograph one day.

    Me: zero fucks given to a so called celeb. Except Betty White, I love me some Betty White, that bitch funny.

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  27. LaraCroftEyes1 Author

    As I recall Pierce and his wife had paid for seats a few months before they book a flight and James is lying Pierce didn't push out of the way.

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  28. seniorenyore Author

    its not easy being a celebrity though. I feel torn, yes they're your fans and without them, you wouldn't have a job. But at the same time, you get 0 privacy, cameras shoved in your face, you just want to get groceries or have dinner and you're being swarmed. On top of that, you let one person have a photo, then you have a line up and its an extra hour and a whole thing. Just because you want to be in a movie or act, or sing, doesn't mean you should give up your freedom, privacy and personal space. If you think about it, it really is invasive and people think its okay to touch/grab you, jump up on stage, make unwanted advances and talk about your body. Where at any other workplace, you'd be fired or arrested.

    I have a service dog and when he was a puppy, even now, I get stopped all the time when I'm just trying to get to class. Or people think its okay to distract him or take photos of him and I without my permission. It's super anxiety riddling. I couldn't imagine it by the millions.

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  29. Stev Rex Author

    They are entertainers. Our culture grants these entertainers far too much importance. My mail man, my teachers are far more important people in the world than any of these entertainers.

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  30. Margaret Gust Author

    Jennifer Lawrence needs to realize that she is not going to be young forever. Her face and body will start to sag and her rude big mouth will no longer be excused because she is young and cute. Lots of people can act, no one is irreplaceable. She has a fat bank account not account because she is "talented" but because people will pay good money to see her in films. Don't appreciate your fans and they will go away.

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  31. Voilà Author

    These people are not big stars, well, they are not even "stars"! Why call them this way? They are just "People" and are pretty insignificant…Most of them are not known in Europe. They will be forgotten quickly.

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  32. Vittoria Colonna Author

    Brosnan apparently has a temper. It's one of the reasons Broccolli couldn't get rid of him when his contract was up. He complained about the fact that he was dropped from Bond forever. Ditto with Aguilera.

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  33. Konuz Benissa Author

    A year ago Britney Spears was so rude with her fans during her recent tour in U.S. People paid 1000's to take photos with her before the concert begins; one of the girl tried to put her hand on Britney's shoulder during photoshoot with her; then Britney snapped and said to security and managers " she touched me I don't wanna them to touch me" then she left backstage. People were standing for hours to meet and greet Britney plus they paid 1000's dollars and this is what they got. Don't meet your heros.

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  34. glenn212now Author

    I don't believe much of this stuff. I think Charlize Theron is not rude to people. I think it's just not nice to interrupt people when they are at the gym or anything else like that.

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