15 Celebrities Who Are Total Dicks –



They say never meet your heroes because there’s no possible way they can live up to the expectations you’ve set for them. In these cases, that is 100% accurate. These celebs may not be the story tellers hero, per se, but they were still surprisingly (or unsurprisingly really) #1 a-holes.

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“I was sitting in the lounge in one of the big music studios in Hollywood, and Bruno Mars walk up, looks at me, and says “Where the fuck is my cab?” I looked at him and said “Who the fuck are you?” I really had no idea who he was haha. But dude did act like an absolute dick.

Nicest guy ever- Billy Ray Cyrus. The studio had a policy that you’re never supposed to touch the food any of the artists order or bring in and you’re especially not supposed to take any home. As I was leaving he slipped me two huge meat and cheese trays out the door when no one was looking.
As an intern trying to make it as an audio engineer that sustained me for almost two weeks.”

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“Oprah didn’t tip me on a $200 lunch.. instead she signed a napkin for me and acted like she was doing me a huge favor.. the kicker was when she walked in, they gave away all of my other tables so she didn’t have to wait for anything. So I made $4/hour for 2 hours for the privilege of serving Oprah and she goes on and on about sighing a napkin for me.. that I never asked for.”

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“Used to work at a hard rock hotel. Mariah Carey was the absolute definition of a fucking diva. She used a bunch of employee passageways and we were instructed that if we looked her in the eyes we would get written up. We were also told that we had to immediately vacate any room that she entered, even if we were in the cafeteria on break or in the bathroom doing our business.”

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“Probably 10 or 11 years ago, I was working bts of a WWE house show. My job was to find the contest winners and bring them to introduce them to a couple of the bigger stars. My immediate report went to Ricky Steamboat, who was incredible. I had a question for him (dont remember what it was anymore), but he was standing there talking to Chris Jericho.
Not wanting to be rude, I stood to the side, waiting for their conversation to end before I Interrupted. Jericho stopped mid-sentence, looked at me and said “Are you fucking lost?”
When Ricky turned around to see who Jericho was talking to, he recognized me and was super pleasant and answered my question, but Jericho was pissed and thought I was a groupie or something.”



“Mid 90s. Worked at a golf course that was so “exclusive” not even Michael Jordan could be a member. The day was very rainy and the course was closed to everyone except the foursome Jordan was in. He ran late, the other 3 started without him. He arrived, they loaded his clubs on the cart. I was standing probably 50 feet away as he was getting ready to leave and meet his group, no one else around. There was nothing for me to do since no one else was on the course or the driving range. I’m not gawking or anything, just kinda marveling at how tall he is (they don’t look so tall on TV). He calls me over.
“How can I help you Mr. Jordan?” “Can I have that towel?” “Of course sir.” “Thanks, I knew you were good for something.”
For those asking, EGC in Skokie, IL. I wasn’t implying he wanted to be a member, just that he wouldn’t be allowed because they were racist.”

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“I met Chevy Chase many years ago. Everything you’ve heard is probably true.”

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“My uncle works at a Vegas casino. Non of the Kardashians or Jenners tip anyone. Ever. He was with them for over 3 hours and didn’t receive a dime and was treated like total garbage. Scott Disick, however, is a great tipper and great guy all around.”

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“Used to work for a fruit based (ahem) tech support company a couple years ago. Dealt with customers from Australia and NZ. A customer called for help with her phone email (might have been calendar I can’t remember for sure), the caller field in the software populated with Amethyst Kelly.

The first words out of her mouth were “about time you answer now tell me how you’re gonna fix my fuckin phone” yikes. Went through the steps, she wouldn’t listen to my directions and was distracted the whole time when she finally snapped and asked me, “do you do WHO THE FUCK I AM?”

I just repeated the name she gave me. “You’re Amethyst, I’m sorry I don’t know who you are.”
“I’m Iggy fucking Azalea. I’m massive in Australia!”
Rest of it went downhill and I transferred her to a “specialist”. Wasn’t a specialist at all. But she was a cunt and I wanted her off my line. I’m glad her fame faded.”

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“Went to gencon a few years ago and Wil Wheaton was right behind my husband and I. I’d had a huuuuuge crush on him as a young girl and looked up to him. I turned around and asked if he minded if I snapped a quick photo. He pretended that I never spoke. His wife gave me these sad eyes and then his fucking lackies explained that he doesn’t talk to fans. Well fuck you too dude. You could have spoken to me. We were 3 feet apart. Now I can’t watch any episodes or movies he is in. It kills it for me. I see his true nature. I never said anything mean. I respected his personal space. And walked away after being told no. I didn’t force an over the shoulder selfie either.”

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“Not me, a friend of mine. He worked on “Looper” in New Orleans. It was a very common occurrence where Bruce Willis would wander off of set, a call would come over the walkie, and various PA’s would be sent to scour the area to find him. My buddy found him in a bar, sheepishly approached him, and said, “I’m sorry to bother you Mr. Willis, but they’re calling for you on set.” Bruce Willis looked up at him and then proceeded to just keep drinking (I think it was a G&T) like he wasn’t even there. My buddy had to walk outside, radio in that he had found him, and wait for someone with a higher pay grade to come and wrangle him back to set.

Edit: Shit, just remembered I have one from set as well.

My first movie gig while I was still in college was crafty PA on Skeleton Key. The wrap party was at a bar I went to pretty regularly, the DJ spun awesome soul music, it was just good times. My room mate who got me the job and I showed up to the wrap party as soon as it started (we were broke college kids and it was an open bar). We grab a table, load it with tequila shots, our department head shows up, and we proceed to get really hammered and have a good time. About an hour and a half into the party, we get approached by bar security. Apparently Kate Hudson had arrived to the party and she wanted the table six of us are sitting at. We protested a bit, but were then told we could get up and stay at our own wrap party, or be thrown out of the venue. We choose to just leave our own wrap party because it was such a shitty situation.”

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“Don King. I didn’t recognize who he was and asked for his ID so that I could check him into the hotel. When I looked up from the computer screen the look he was giving me made me turn completely cold. I genuinely thought we were seconds from this guy reaching out and grabbing me to hurt me for daring to not recognize him. I am not a big person and he is a very tall man — fortunately, a coworker who DID recognize him intervened and took over the transaction, giving him what he felt was the proper amount of ass-kissing. After that point as far as he was concerned, I no longer existed. Super rude, but the anger and malice in his expression when I hadn’t recognized him just left me grateful to have him turn his attention away.
I think he did say something along the lines of “Don’t you know who I am?” But I honestly don’t remember it. I just remember the look on his face — I’ve dealt D-list celebrities and plenty of sports stars who pull the “Don’t you know who I am” card all the time, and I’m generally just amused by it. This was something else all together. He creeped me the fuck out.”

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“A drunken Robbie Knievel tried to start a fight with some friends and I at a gas station because he claimed we cut him off. He was belligerent, swearing up a storm, and not entirely coherent. He also punched the gas pump we were at because that’s just how upset he was. Our reaction was 80% “what the fuck” and 20% “go home, you’re drunk” and eventually he just went from screaming at us to us, to screaming at us from his car. This was a little after his dad had died.”

“Was an extra in a comedy sketch with David Walliams and Jack Whitehall. Jack’s great but David… They were playing these stuck up tennis personalities and I (aged19) was David’s ball girl. During one take, he clicked his fingers and beckons me to bring his towel to him. I do so, quickly, as instructed – he wipes his brow and pretty aggressively thrusts the towel back to me. I was unprepared and dropped the thing. He tuts and we cut, try to do the scene again. Same happens, he clicks, i run over but this time he wipes his sweaty arse in tight shorts as well as his forehead and then throws the towel back to me, higher this time so it splatted right over my head. I got David Walliam’s butt-sweat on my face. He never came over to apologize, never said a single word to any of us extras despite there being very few of us. Honestly the rudest experience Iv’e had with a celebrity in 5 years of film/tv work.”

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“Alec Baldwin. Oh, how I now despise that man. Back in 2002, I was at an event for work and he was a special guest. He appeared to be somewhat intoxicated and as he walked past me, he plowed into me, spilling my entire drink down the front of my outfit. Never said excuse me or I’m sorry or anything. Just was a total douchebag and to this day I will not watch anything if I know he’ll be in it. So yeah, I still hold a grudge.”

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“I saw Ed Sheeran at a grocery store in West Yorkshire yesterday. I told him how cool it was to meet him in person, but I didn’t want to be a douche and bother him and ask him for photos or anything.
He said, “Oh, like you’re doing now?”

I was taken aback, and all I could say was “Huh?” but he kept cutting me off and going “huh? huh? huh?” and closing his hand shut in front of my face. I walked away and continued with my shopping, and I heard him chuckle as I walked off. When I came to pay for my stuff up front I saw him trying to walk out the doors with like fifteen Toffee Crisps in his hands without paying.

The girl at the counter was very nice about it and professional, and was like “Sir, you need to pay for those first.” At first he kept pretending to be tired and not hear her, but eventually turned back around and brought them to the counter.

When she took one of the bars and started scanning it multiple times, he stopped her and told her to scan them each individually “to prevent any electrical infetterence,” and then turned around and winked at me. I don’t even think that’s a word. After she scanned each bar and put them in a bag and started to say the price, he kept interrupting her by yawning really loudly.”

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