Top 9 duos who hate each other in real life, we would not have guessed it

Have you ever put on a good face by being cordial to someone you hate because you were in public? It sucks huh? Well imagine you had to do that H24 because you form a famous duo with this person. It’s just hellish. Yet that’s what happened to a bunch of duos you’ve probably loved on screen or on stage: in real life, behind the scenes, they can’t piff each other.

1. Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Gray (in Dirty Dancing)

The two actors represented the perfect love story in the film Danse Lascive (Quebec title), but the atmosphere was much more tense on the film set. It is said that Jennifer Gray asked to shoot the same scenes over and over again because she was never satisfied, and it got on Patrick Swayze’s nerves a lot. We can understand it, but in any case that did not prevent them from deceiving.

Top 9 duos who hate each other in real life

2. Simon and Garfunkel

We were already talking about it in the top of the groups that broke up for absurd reasons so we’ll make it short: Simon and Garfunkel had trouble supporting each other, in particular because of the fact that Garfunkel had agreed to play a role in a film without telling Simon. After that, their relationship was very tense for quite a few years. That’s the problem when you put two big egos together, when one does better than the other it irritates.

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3. The White Stripes (Meg and Jack White)

Although they introduced themselves as siblings, it soon became known that Meg and Jack White were married and later divorced. However, this is not what created tensions in their duo (in any case, for what we know). A priori, it was rather the acute stress that invaded Meg each time they had to perform on stage that annoyed Jack. He put her down in quite a few interviews saying he felt lonely in the group because of his partner’s antisocial side. Finally, in 2011, the band split for the same reason (Meg couldn’t get on stage anymore), and maybe it’s better that way.

Top 9 duos who hate each other in real life

4. C-3PO and R2-D2

Obviously, we are not talking about the quarrels of the two robots on the screen, but of those which took place between the actors under the costumes, namely Anthony Daniels (C-3PO) and Kenny Baker (R2-D2). Baker, who is dwarfed, notably criticized Daniels for spending his time making fun of his small size, when Daniels himself criticized Baker for not being involved in his role. At the same time, difficult to be involved in a role of droid with a gesture as limited as that of R2. In short, we can say that between these two robots, the atmosphere was… electric. Sorry.

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5. Mulder and Scully

It’s simple : X Files, it’s Mulder and Scully first and foremost. Without this duo of FBI special agents with complementary profiles (Mulder believes in extraterrestrials while Scully is much more skeptical), the series would never have been a hit. However, between David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, the chemistry was not at all there. Duchovny has even said these words in an interview: “We used to argue over nothing. We couldn’t bear to see each other. » But as you can see, he talks about it in the past tense, because now the two actors consider each other friends. Phew.

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6. Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis

Don’t worry if you don’t know them, but know that Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis formed an ultra-popular comedy duo in the 1940s and 1950s (yes, it goes back). Truly, both were stars, and thinking about one automatically led to thinking about the other. The problem was that Jerry Lewis was considered the funniest (with reason, probably), which created a small imbalance in the relationship. More and more sidelined, more and more forgotten on the covers of magazines, Dean Martin felt rejected and began to be jealous of his partner. The two men began to become very irritable and to hate each other less and less cordially, and this, until their separation. Not cool.

7. John Lennon and Paul McCartney

The two men, who composed around 200 songs together for the Beatles, have never been as close as one could imagine. The tensions appeared for different reasons, starting with the constant presence of Yoko Ono alongside John, but it was above all a story of ego that got the better of their friendship. Lennon and McCartney always signed their “Lennon/McCartney” duet songs, and McCartney wished the order of the names changed half the time. He also wished Lennon’s name didn’t appear in the title credits. Yesterday since he had composed the song alone. In short, all these little things have terribly cooled the relationship between them, even after the separation of the Beatles. It’s boring gifted people, they always end up wanting to become more gifted than their friends.

8. Kate Beckett and Richard Castle (from the Castle series)

Nathan Fillion and Stana Katic form on the screen this kind of hyper accomplice duo who carry out investigations hand in hand, but we cannot say that it is the same delirium once the cameras are switched off. Many rumors circulated, pointing to all the friction that took place between the two actors. Some even mentioned a therapy they had had to do, like couples therapy. In any case, in front of the cameras, they pretended well, which proves that they are very good actors.

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9. Liam and Noel Gallagher

Obviously, how can we talk about this subject without mentioning the Gallagher brothers, the duo at the center of the Oasis group? The two couldn’t tell each other, so much so that it was no longer a secret to anyone. Their last direct estrangement dates back to August 28, 2009: when they were soon going to go on stage for the Rock en Seine festival, Liam and Noel fought backstage, even coming so far as to smash a guitar. The concert was cancelled, and the band broke up for good. Since then, everyone has made their own life on their own, and it’s surely better for everyone (except for the music.)

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