Update: Susan Sarandon Talks Feud With Debra Messing: She Has ‘Too Much Time On Her Hands’

UPDATE: Saturday, Apr. 23 (4:20 p.m. ET)  – After feuding with Debra Messing on Twitter last month, Susan Sarandon attempted to set the record straight this week but may have simply refueled the fire.

During Thursday’s appearance on Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live,” Sarandon opened up to host Andy Cohen on the status of her feud with the former “Smash” actress.

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“Did I talk to her offline? No,” she said in reply to a question from a viewer. “It was enough talking to her online.”

Ouch!

But Sarandon wasn’t done attacking Messing just yet. After recalling the series of events that led up to the misunderstanding, she added, “Debra has too much time on her hands. I don’t know…She kept going and going and going. And then finally after a while I said, ‘Debra, look, report me to the homeroom teacher and let’s just stop.'”

“But I haven’t talked to her since,”; she added.


Debra Messing and Susan Sarandon have entered into a heated debate on Twitter, and it all has to do with Donald Trump.

The cause of the fracas stems from an on-air chat that Sarandon had with MSNBC earlier this week, with the staunch Bernie Sanders supporter admitting she wasn’t sure whether she would cast her vote for Hillary Clinton if the Secretary of State were to receive the Democratic nomination.

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That’s when Messing called her out on her choice of words, tweeting:

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The back-to-back tweets continued, with Messing listing a couple reasons as to why other presidential candidates are a way better fit than Trump.

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Broadcasting their tweets online allowed for a number of people to show whose side they were on, but also was an open door to the stars getting personally “attacked”; by other members of the Internet.

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Watch Sarandon’s interview below and be the judge on whether her remarks about Trump should be considered an endorsement.

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