Editor's Picks: Juiciest Celebrity Feuds

These stars know how to scrap! Here’s how their matches went down.
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Faye Dunaway vs. Hilary Duff

Dunaway wasn’t please when she heard that Duff would star in a Bonnie and Clyde remake, reportedly saying the ingenue is not "a real actress." Duff shot back that her fans don’t know who Dunaway is.
Photos courtesy of: David Gabber / PR Photos

Eminem vs. Mariah Carey

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!
Photos courtesy of: Retna Ltd.; Janet Mayer / PR Photos

Elisabeth Hasselbeck vs. Erin Andrews

The View cohost said Andrews’s stalker could have dodged prison time if only he’d waited to see the ESPN anchor wearing "next to nothing" on Dancing with the Stars. A tearful on-air apology followed.
Photos courtesy of: Walter McBride / Retna; RD / Crisler / Retna Digital

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.
Photos courtesy of: Glenn Harris / PR Photos; RD / Roe / Retna Digital / Retna Ltd.

Star Jones vs. Barbara Walters

"She was clinically obese," Walters has said of Jones, whom she’s criticized for not immediately fessing up to having gastric bypass surgery. Jone wrote off Walters as an "adulterer."
Photos courtesy of: Albert L. Ortega / PR Photos; RD / Dziekan / Retna Digital

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?"
Photos courtesy of: Rob Kim / Retna Ltd.; Joseph Marzullo / Retna Ltd.

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.
Photos courtesy of: Gina James / Graylock.com / Retna; Insidefoto / PR Photo

Joan Rivers vs. Annie Duke

When Rivers compared her Celebrity Apprentice rival to Hitler, the professional poker player dealt the joker a handful of mean right back, calling her a "crazy bitch."
Photos courtesy of: PRN / PR Photos; Sara De Boer / Retna Ltd.

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."
Photos courtesy of: RD/Leon/Retna Digital; PRN / PR Photos

Omarosa vs. Bethenny Frankel

After Real Housewife Frankel said of Apprentice alum Omarosa, "She used [reality shows] to be infamous . . . I have a real career," Omarosa responded, "She’s a twit."
Photos courtesy of: Albert L. Ortega/PR Photos; Paul Froggatt/PR Photos

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.
Photos courtesy of: Jill Bednar / PR Photos; RD / Kabik / Retna Digital

Wendy Williams vs. Whitney Houston

In a 2003 interview, Williams grilled Houston about her drug use, pushing the diva to snap, "If this were back in the day in Newark, I’d meet you outside." And, no, not to dance with somebody.



Photos courtesy of: RD / Dziekan/ Retna Digital; Chris Hatcher / PR Photos

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