Charlie Sheen is known for his bad-boy persona, and although he was once the highest-paid actor on TV, that changed thanks to his many public outbursts. After calling “Two and a Half Men” producer “turd” and wishing him “nothing but pain,” Sheen was fired from the series.
Sheen went on to rant towards CBS and Ashton Kitcher, who replaced him on the hit series. He’s always had a talent for attracting unfavorable attention; the list of his slip-ups goes on and on.
Do You Know Who I Am?
James Corden's charisma and humor have helped him become famous across the globe, and yet, there are some dark sides to his personality.
According to a Reddit thread, the late-night television host is the most entitled and arrogant person a fan has ever met. Corden loves using the "Do you know who I am" line while out and about.
Jennifer Lopez Ignores Flight Attendants
Jennifer Lopez is undoubtedly one of Hollywood's biggest names. She does it all. Although she's known for being "Jenny from the block," her behavior suggests otherwise. According to various sources, the performer refuses to talk to service industry workers.
A flight attendant seconded this statement, explaining that when he asked Jennifer what she wanted to drink during a flight, the singer ignored him, turned her head, and told her assistant, “Please tell him I’d like a Diet Coke and lime.”
Don't Get in Rihanna's Way
The iconic Rihanna has had her fair share of bloopers over the years. Her most memorable slip-up may have been at her 2013 concert in Birmingham, England. She was performing "We Found Love" when a fan reached for her hand. That's when Rihanna smacked her over the head with a microphone! Of course, the whole thing was caught on tape, so word spread quickly.
Instead of apologizing, the pop star clarified that the microphone incident was intentional! A year later, she made headlines once again. This time, it was for mocking a 16-year-old fan who wore a prom dress designed to pay tribute to the singer. Rihanna posted a photo of herself wearing the dress herself, captioned “IG,” alongside a photo of fan Alexis Carter in the same gown with a caption that read “Real Life.”
Amy Schumer Is Not a Team Player
Amy Schumer first made a name for herself thanks to her sharp sense of humor. Her stand-up comedy sketch called "Inside Amy Schumer" ran on Comedy Central for a total of four seasons.
In 2018, the comedian was called rude after she interrupted another comedian's set to rehearse some of her jokes. Brendan Sagalow, the victim of her rude interruption, later said that the incident was a pretty nasty thing to do — it was his first headlining set in front of friends and family. Not so sweet of her, now is it?