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Which Celebrities Were the Worst Talk-Show Guests Ever?


Celebrities are notorious for being difficult... some moreso than others. So, which celebs were the worst guests ever on talk show guests? Talk-show hosts have spilled the tea on some of their worst guests ever. (5 examples)

Jon Stewart: Hugh Grant

"He's giving everyone s**t the whole time, and he's a big pain in the ass."

When Jon plays a clip of Grant's movie Did You Hear About the Morgans?, Grant complains about it, saying, "What is that clip? It's a terrible clip."

To which Stewart quipped, "Well, then make a better f**king movie." 

Andy Cohen: Amber Rose and Debra Winger

Amber Rose refused to answer his questions, and Debra Winger had a stank attitude.

Lorraine Kelly: Kevin Spacey

"Just very arrogant. I didn't like him at all." 

Graham Norton: Robert DeNiro and the cast of Ocean's 8

"He's not a storyteller, or very verbal. He's a benign presence. Last time he started telling a story — he went on and on. We were all leaning in, willing it to be amazing ... then he finally went, 'why am I telling this?' Nobody had an answer. We cut it."

"I felt like the guy driving the bus on a hen party. For 45 minutes people were talking over each other and laughing ... They were having a great time but the audience was nonplussed."

Chelsea Handler: Russell Brand

A "pain in the ass... I would never want him back... He stopped all of our production schedules because he needed three espressos before he could even come on for his interview."

Tags: amber rose, andy cohen / wwhl (bravo), blind item, british celebrities, chelsea handler, comedy / comedian, graham norton, hugh grant, interview, kevin spacey, robert deniro, russell brand, wendy williams

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