Happy Mean Girls Day! All you Plastics know that October 3rd is so fetch when it comes to the movie Mean Girls. But being a mean girl – or guy – isn't just in the movies. Celebrities in real-life are often as shady, dramatic and cliquish as Regina George. Celebrate Mean Girls Day with these mean stars.
If Hollywood is high school, the queen bee is Taylor Swift. She's successful, rich, skinny and surrounds herself with a #squad of stars. But don't get on her bad side or you'll join a growing list of celebrities that are on her frenemies list, including Kanye West and Katy Perry.
Mariah Carey is a fan of the movie Mean Girls and it shows. The diva has a longstanding feud with Jennifer Lopez. Despite being in the same industry for decades, Mariah still claims she has no idea who J. Lo is.
Kanye West is the king of rants. Whether it's George Bush, Taylor Swift or the fashion industry, Mr. West has an opinion on everything. Cross him and he'll blast you on social media or during his famous meltdowns.
Hell hath no fury like Chris Brown. The singer's vicious side usually comes out when he's dealing with an ex-girlfriend like Karrueche or his baby mama, but he's also been known to get into a few scuffles with other celebs here ant there, such as our beloved Frank Ocean.
Ariana Grande has the voice of an angel but is she a little devil? The pint-sized singer has garnered a reputation for total diva behavior. Licking a donut and saying she hates America sure didn't help.
Before there were the Kardashians, the reigning It Girl of reality was Paris Hilton. The "that's hot" heiress and then-bestie Nicole Richie ran the streets of Los Angeles. Everyone wanted to be around them and the twosome had no problem banishing people from the crew. Paris even admitted that their Mean Girl antics began in high school: "Nicole [Richie] and I were the leaders of the group," she said about her popular clique. "People didn't really start rumors about me in high school because they were scared of me."
Don't mess with Nicki Minaj. The rap diva has a history of high-profile rap feuds. Cross her and she'll call you out on national television. Her "Miley, what's good?" now lives in infamy as a way to fire off beef.
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