TV feuds: 8 times celebrities could not get along with off-screen
The spat between Sarah Jessica Parker and Kim Cattrall reached an extraordinary (and very public) climax this week.  Cattrall's Instagram swipe at Sex and the City co-star SJP came after the 61-year-old's brother, Chris Cattrall.
The actress, who played Samantha Jones in the series, accused SJP of being a “hypocrite”, adding: “I do not need your love or support at this tragic time.”
Sex and the City followed the ups and downs of life for four non-immovable women working and dating in New York.
They were close confidantes on screen but there were some persistent rumors that some members of the cast did not get on.
Behind-the-scenes differences are nothing new.
Here's a look at some of the most famous off-screen TV feuds.
“It's funny, we've never been friends,” Torode told the Daily Mirror, admitting they ' d had “a couple of standoffs over the years”.
The Australian chef added: “If we go away to somewhere like South Africa, we do things differently.” Do not go out for a drink, I'll invariably be an end of a big old table and he'll be at the other. “
Wallace, on the other hand, told ITV's Lorraine Kelly the pair were” very close “. In fact, Torode was the best man on Wallace's wedding to Anne-Marie Sterpini in 2016.
2. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
Fans of the hit '90s US sitcom the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air was delighted when a cast reunion picture posted on Instagram by Alfonso Ribiero last March.
But one person who was not happy so Janet Hubert , who played Aunt Viv in the first three series of hit show
She wrote on Facebook in response: “There will never be a true reunion of the Fresh Prince. I have no interest in seeing any of those people on that kind of level.”
The actress was sacked and replaced in 1993 after a conflict over money and egos with the show's star Will Smith.
Smith said later Hubert considered him as “antichrist” and “a snotty-nosed punk” and she wanted to comedy to be “The Aunt Viv of Bel Air Show”.
In the years since, Hubert has been publicly vocal in his criticism of Smith and has also claimed he and Ribiero had “destroyed” her “20-year career with untruths”.
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3. American Idol
With two musical divas working together it was probably inevitable there would be some fireworks.
So Mariah Carey saying she did not exactly enjoy her time as a judge on 2012's American Idol while working with Nicki Minaj may not be a total surprise.
“Ugh. It was the most abusive experience,” the singer said last year on a press tour.
There were many reports of on-set cat fighting and growingly heated exchanges between the two stars, with Producers forced to stop auditions at one point.
Footage of Minaj yelling at “her highness” Mariah emerged in the media, and the rapper claimed, “I do not want to be another woman star on the show” coming to steal her shine “.
The rage spilled out on [1 9659005] After just one series, Both Carey and Minaj abandoned ship, with Mariah later saying in a radio interview, she had “hate” for each and every one of them minute and it was like “working in hell with Satan”.
4. Gray's Anatomy
Bedside manner was lost on the hospital drama in 2007 when actor Isaiah Washington made an anti-gay comment about co-star TR NIGHT. During a heated argument on set.
He then denied the incident never happened, while repeating the slur backstage at the Golden Globes in 2007.
The actor later said his comments were “unacceptable in any context or circumstance” and agreed to therapy as “a necessary step”.
US network ABC did not renew his contract, although he did return for a guest appearance seven years later.
Not long after, it was Katherine Heigl who clashed with bosses over money and publicly criticized
“I did not feel that I was given the material this season to warrant an Emmy nomination,” the star said, after winning an award the previous year.
In early 2010 she was granted an 18-month early contract release, leading the show's creator Shonda Rhimes to tell Oprah Winfrey: “When people show you who they are, believe them.”
5. Anger Management
Selma Blair played Charlie Sheen's therapist Kate Wales in the comedy Anger Management for two series before Sheen reportedly fired her with a expletive-laden text
According to Deadline, Sheen reportedly kicked Blair off the sitcom after she complained about his work ethic (or lack thereof) to the show's producers.
Blair later retaliated by threatening to sue him with a $ 1.2m lawsuit.  6. Beverly Hills, 90210
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Jennie Garth confirmed long-standing rumors of a feud between her and her Beverly Hills, 90210 co-star Shannen Doherty in 2014.
In an interview with E! News, the actress said she and Doherty “butt heads a lot” on
“There were times when we loved one another and there were times when we wanted to claw onether's eyes out,” she said, adding that they
Fellow 90210 co-star, Tori Spelling, claims in her memoir there was also a physical fight between the bitter rivals, when Doherty pulled Garth's skirt up revealing her backside to the whole crew.  Spelling – who, like, did not get on with Doherty – also admitted that she got her father, Aaron Spelling, who created and produced the show, to fire Doherty.
7. The Good Wife
There is nothing like the tension of a legal drama to keep viewers glued to their seats, and The Good Wife more than fulfilled this brief.
But early in the show's history, rumors began to surface that all is not quite right between the leading ladies Julianna Margulies and Archie Panjabi.
The pair played on-screen Best friends who fell out in season two, and then rarely each with the interaction of each other – the real life in the spill over to something that appeared.
the end of season six and his final scenes showed her sharing a drink with Margulies. But the viewers were shocked to later find out they filmed the scene apart and they were stuck together in post-production.
Last year, addressing the rumours surrounding her departure, Panjabi said: “The Good Wife , I think it's only respectful for the good Wife.
“It was time for me, for many reasons, to unzip the boots and step into another show.”
On screen, viewers saw Stana Katic and Nathan Fillion's bickering characters on the seventh season of the long-running crime drama castle.
But behind the scenes, the pair were reported to show bosses by counselling couples to resolve their differences.
“Stana and Nathan completely disgusted one another,” an insider told Us Weekly.
Katic's agent denied the claim, saying she “had absolutely no issues” with her co-star, though another insider told the Hollywood Reporter the pair had “repeated clashes”.
The actress announced last year she was going after season eight, tweeting : “To the fans: Thank you for your support.”
US network ABC then decided to abruptly cancel the series, leading to a rushed ending and unhappy fans.
A previous version of this article appeared in April 2017.
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