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Things aren't exactly rosy between 'The X Factor' winners Matt Cardle and James Arthur. The pair became embroiled in a Twitter war of words about who is the 'bigger' artist. Matt Cardle's first album 'Letters' sold 70,869 copies in its first week compared to James Arthur's 63,996, but Arthur tweeted: First week sales.. My album will still sell more you'll see ;) and I had the b***s to release same week as Eminem #homework. And you can hardly call being in the top 20 for 2 seconds selling 700 copies or whatever it takes to chart now "still being around". Matt Cardle responded by called Arthur "deeply unpleasant", tweeting: "The guy's ego is off the scale and that's all I'll say about him."
Joan Rivers is irate after 'The Hunger Games' actress told Yahoo! shows like her series 'Fashion Police' "judge people based on things [that don't matter, like looks.]" The 80-year-old comedienne blasted Lawrence, tweeting: It’s funny how Jennifer Lawrence loved @E_FashionPolice during Awards Season when we were complimenting her every single week… But now that she has a movie to promote, suddenly we’re picking on all those poor, helpless actors. WAIT! It just dawned on me why Jennifer Lawrence fell on her way up to the stage to get her Oscar. She tripped over her own arrogance." Watch this space...
This is a case of Mother Osbourne to the rescue! When Lady Gaga's fans criticised Kelly Osbourne's weight on Twitter, Miss Osbourne was understandably very upset and spoke out about the emotional pain it had caused her. Gaga then sent an open letter to celebrity TV entertainment channel E!, telling her to stop being so critical of her fans. Luckily Sharon was at the ready and responded with her own letter saying: "My opinion is, Gaga wants a kinder world. Don’t let your fans be so damaging on your website."
This feud has taken yet another turn. Lady Gaga presented Kelly Osbourne with a birthday cake after her recent performance on 'The X Factor' (Oct 2013). Kelly however, was less than impressed by this, calling it a "publicity stunt" and tweeted her feelings on the matter: "Not to be ungrateful but why would you send me a birthday cake via my MOTHER in a country half the would away? #JustSendItToME #LoveNotWar" Gaga was not to be put off however, and responded on her own social network site with the message: "I didn't know it was your B-day until this afternoon. Meant as a peace offering. Happy Birthday." Kelly has since admitted she acted like a child and has requested the presence of Gaga in a private meeting so that the two can resolve their issues once and for all. Phewf! Picture: Twitter
Robbie Williams has revealed that he still considers Gary Barlow a rival, with his new single 'Go Gentle' coming out in the same week as Barlow's first solo LP in 14 years, 'Since I Saw You Last'. "I’m a competitive guy, I hope he sells a million - and I sell a million and one," the Candy singer told Sky News. "I’m really pleased he’s going to be around and with me for the rest of our lives - it’s miles better than when I was his enemy." The pair did not talk for years after Robbie left Take That in 1995, but have worked out their differences in recent years.
In their mid-90s Britpop heyday, Oasis and Blur battled it out for No 1 with their singles 'Roll With It' and 'Country House'. Blur would win that battle, but Oasis' '(What's the Story) Morning Glory?' became one of the biggest selling albums of the decade. With Noel Gallagher now reportedly working with Damon Albarn, it seems the hatchet has been buried.
They're two of the biggest exhibitionists in pop, but who's got the edge? When Lady Gaga burst onto the music scene back in 2008, it's fair to say, Queen Madge wasn't best pleased. From her style to her stunts, Madonna finally had some worthy competition in the show-off stakes. Well Madge, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery!
Aretha Franklin is protective over her nickname the Queen of Soul, so when Beyonce called Tina Turner 'Queen' at the 2008 Grammys, she wasn't happy. Tina retorted: "She’s the queen of soul, and I’m the queen of rock ‘n’ roll… Her ego must be so big to think she was the only one."
These two were locked in a war of words for the best part of a decade. It all started when Sir Elton John madew a jibe about Madonna's James Bond song 'Die Another Day', before follow-up remarks about Madge's supposed lip-synching and her directorial debut WE. Madonna reportedly rose to the bait with a note, writing: "the easiest way for [Elton] to lose 10 pounds is to just take off [his] wig." Happily, Sir Elton John has now apologised for his remarks, and said Madonna was "very gracious" when he talked to her about it.
It has become the stuff of legend. At the 2009 MTV VMAs, Taylor Swift won the Best Video gong, before Kanye West interrupted her speech: "Yo, Taylor, I'm really happy for you. I'ma let you finish, but Beyoncé had one of the best videos of all time." Swift took it in her stride and jokes about the incident to this day.
Where do we start? The Gallagher brothers have always argued since they entered the public eye. Their band disbanded in 2009 and Liam and Noel have criticised each other in the press since - but with Oasis rumoured to be playing Glastonbury in 2014, it could be water under the bridge.
They've both been leading men on Hollywood screens for the best part of three decades. But when Sylvester Stallone announced the cast for The Expendables 3, he excluded one person who had been in the prequels: Bruce Willis. Sly tweeted: "GREEDY AND LAZY… A SURE FORMULA FOR CAREER FAILURE." Ouch.
On the day that Lady Gaga's controversial video for Alejandro was released, Katy Perry tweeted: "using blasphemy as entertainment is as cheap as a comedian telling a fart joke". Katy has since denied the tweet was meant for Gaga, insisting: "I’m the hugest Lady Gaga fan but I’m also the hugest Jesus Christ fan!"
It's long been suspected that it was a deep rivalry between these two gorgeous ladies that eventually tore Girls Aloud apart after ten years together as a band. The rumour goes that Nadine and Cheryl were competitive over their solo careers as both singers wanted to make it big in the UK as well as crack America. Thankfully though any bad blood between the girls is long gone as Nadine recently announced her upcoming pregnancy, much to Cheryl's delight, who tweeted her congratulations to her friend: "Congratulations @nadinecoylenow. Can't believe you're going to be a mummy!!!!!"
They've graced countless calendars and magazine covers and are known as two of the nation's greatest pin-ups, but the girls have had their own issues when it comes to one another. Although no longer together, when Kelly Brook started dating ruby hunk Danny Cipriani, aka. Katie Price's ex, Price had a lot to say on the matter. She tweeted Kelly: "@IAMKELLYBROOK ask danny about his emails & texts sent to be behind your back... he will never be faithful." Kelly isn't one to be beaten however and replied to her love rival with: "No but I did laugh when he turned up at my house driving your car the next day ;) I don't think you know anything." The women have been arguing over Twitter and on Brook's TV show Celebrity Juice ever since. However, it has now emerged that Cipriani did cheat on Brook whilst they were together and the 33-year-old beauty has since dumped the love rat.
When rock legends Kings Of Leon refused permission for their song Use Somebody to be used on the hit American TV Show 'Glee', it led to some bad blood. 'Glee' boss Ryan Murphy made a public dig at the band, to which the Kings Of Leon drummer Nathan Followill responded with an angry tweet telling Mr Murphy go "see a therapist". Followill later apologised however, and the two groups are said to have made up.
They're two of Britain's most loved boy bands, so it's maybe not surprising that there's always been a bit of healthy competition between these two groups. The argument is said to have begun with a comment made by The Wanted's Max George on his Twitter account: "Where are they now?". George claims the comment was innocent and was made in the interim between 1D leaving X Factor and releasing their first single and that it was misinterpreted as a catty remark by their rival group. However, both bands are said to have since grown bored of the feud and are especially keen to put it behind them due to One Direction's young fan base.
It seems poor Gaga can't help rubbing people up the wrong way wherever she goes. In April 2010 Jones said that she had been asked to work with Gaga and had turned her down: "Yes, she did, but I said no" she stated in an interview with the Guardian. "I'd just prefer to work with someone who is more original and someone who is not copying me, actually." However, the girls seem to have kissed and made up as have since been photographed hanging out together.
They used to be friends - but their feud has been running for the best part of two decades by this point. When Robbie collected a BRIT Award in 2000, he even challenged Liam to a boxing match!
They were the best of friends during their time on the judging panel of the UK X Factor. However, when Cheryl's dream of joining Cowell on American X Factor was shattered, the pair's relationship turned sour. Now the Geordie beauty is battling Cowell in a legal case for a whopping £3.5 million compensation payout!
According to royal author Andrew Morton, the Middleton sisters are not immune to sibling rivalry. "Just as William and Harry are very competitive, Catherine and Pippa are very competitive," he told Marie Claire.
Cheryl and Simon aren't the only X Factor judges to have shared issues. Although keeping quiet about these during their time on the show together, Sharon Osbourne later claimed that Dannii was manipulative and bullied the other judges on the show: "she’s got these big doll’s eyes," she said in an interview with Marie Claire. "There’s the perception she’s the sweetest little thing in the world but she’s not. She’s got balls of steel".
She was one of his trusted 'Angels' in 'Charlie's Angels' 2000. But things didn't seem to stay that way when Bill Murray and Lucy Liu fell out during filming... on set! Murray reportedly stopped filming to accuse Liu of not being able to act. The Hollywood actress understandably didn't take the insult well and is rumoured to have physically taken out her wrath on Murray, until the two could be separated by other members of the cast and crew. Miaow!