Spencer Pratt is singling out one of the “Friends’ stars as being not so nice.
The reality TV personality shared a TikTok video in which he’s asked to name “the rudest celebrity you’ve met.”
Pratt didn’t have to think much before offering a response.
“Oh, that’s easy. Phoebe from ‘Friends’,” he said, referring to actress Lisa Kudrow.
“Hands down, one of the worst humans I’ve ever come in contact with,” he added. “By far.”
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Pratt didn’t explain the reasoning behind his choice, but promised that if there was enough interest he’d spill all the tea.
“If this hit[s] million plus views i will think about telling the story,” he wrote.
After he shared his response, “Real Housewives of New York” alum Bethenny Frankel chimed in, revealing she had a similar experience with Kudrow.
“That’s crazy,” she wrote in a comment. “She was on my talk show and I had a crazy experience also.”
Pratt exceeded his million-view request by achieving 4.1 million, and proceeded to share the story.
The year was 2009 and Heidi and I were invited to our first elite A-list party. It was clear when we got there, no-one wanted us there.
‘It was almost like we were filming for Punk’d and a camera was going to pop up, but Heidi and I didn’t care as there was delicious food and a open bar.
‘As we were sitting there consuming a little caviar, Phoebe [Lisa] approaches, which was a little shocking as no-one had spoken to us at all at the party.
So as we’re standing near the buffet, that’s when Phoebe Buffay rolls up. And right in front of me she tells Heidi that she needs to get away from me as fast as possible because I’m going to murder Heidi and that I have the eyes of a serial killer,” Pratt continues in a second TikTok.
“Heidi waits to see if this a joke, maybe this is a hidden camera party. But no laughs, she just walks away,” he adds. “That right there as the rudest moment I’ve ever encountered with a human being.”
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Frankel followed up by sharing her own experience with Kudrow, musing that the “Friends” star appeared to really not want to be there (perhaps she was doing a favour for Ellen DeGeneres, who produced “Bethenny”, of whether the publicist was doing a favour for the “Ellen” show booker, she wondered).
“But when she was on my talk show, she stood out as the person who wanted to be there least of anybody of the entire run,” Frankel recalled. “I describe it as if I walked up to her at the supermarket to interview her and she’d be like [imitating a flinch], ‘What, you’re coming up to me in the frozen food section?’ But it was on a talk show set. I basically just asking her basic, normal questions and you could tell she just didn’t want to be there. Which does make two of us.”