He says they dated; she’s all, In your dreams! Then, after she allegedly impersonated him in a video for her song "Obsessed," he released a track with supposed details of their sex life and claimed to have proof of their fling. Shady!
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Katherine Heigl vs. Isaiah Washington
After he denied hurling a gay slur at Grey’s Anatomy costar T.R. Knight, Heigl said, "he needs to just not speak in public" and added, ""T.R. is my best friend. I will throw down for that kid." Shortly after, Washington’s character was written off the show.
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Courtney Love vs. Fred Durst
The Hole singer, who feels that feuding with her is a prerequisite for rock stars, said during a concert that the Limp Bizkit front man "brought about the worst years in rock history." Durst’s retort: "Courtney who?"
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Bill O’Reilly vs. George Clooney
The Fox News commentator ticked off the silver-fox actor by questioning whether funds pledged in his post-tsunami telethon would actually help disaster victims. "This is your chance to put your considerable money where your considerable mouth is," Clooney said.
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David Letterman vs. Sarah Palin
Mama Grizzly was none too amused when Letterman made a sexual joke about one of her daughters (not the underage one, he insisted; Palin didn’t buy it). She accepted his eventual mea culpa "on behalf of young women."
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Rosie O’Donnell vs. Donald Trump
She accused him of using the 2006 Miss USA scandal for publicity; he fired off insults like "fat pig" and "degenerate." The school-yard showdown continued long after Barbara Walters warned them: Recess is over.