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‘Not a Friend’ – Star of Friends Show Lisa Kudrow Bashed By Two Celebs

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Reality TV stars Spencer Pratt and Bethenny Frankel recently bashed Lisa Kudrow, the star of the Friends show, as they described her as “one of the worst humans.”

Recently, Spencer Pratt was asked who he considers the rudest celebrity he has ever met. The TV star responded to the question readily as he said it did not require much thought as one person stands out from the other celebrities he has ever met.

In a TikTok video, he responded, “Oh, that’s easy. Phoebe from ‘Friends.’ Hands down, one of the worst humans I’ve ever come in contact with — by far.”

Pratt did not give more details regarding why he considers Kudrow the worst person he has ever met, nor did he say what went down between them for her to earn this reputation. However, several people who saw that video immediately supported him as they agreed about Kudrow’s personality.

Businesswoman and reality TV star commented, saying she had also had a crazy experience with the “friends” star. She added that Kudrow was once invited to feature on her talk show, and she immediately left that impression. 

“That’s crazy. She was on my talk show and I had a crazy experience also.” Pratt replied to her comment with a 100% emoji to signify that she was spot on.

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Following several curious comments on this TikTok post, all asking Pratt to spill the tea, Pratt replied that he was going to do the honors if the video should get a million views.

Kudrow was trending last month when she commented that “Friends” had no right to add storylines about “being a person of color.” She made this comment while speaking with the Daily Beast.

Kudrow added that the TV show was created by two individuals who went to college together and decided to write about their lives after school. 

She said, “Well, I feel like it was a show created by two people who went to Brandeis and wrote about their lives after college. And for shows especially, when it’s going to be a comedy that’s character-driven, you write what you know. They have no business writing stories about the experiences of being a person of color. I think at that time, the big problem that I was seeing was, ‘Where’s the apprenticeship?’”

Pratt’s video is in reaction to JoJo Siwa’s viral video where she named Candace Cameron Bure the rudest celebrity she has met.

After learning of this video, Bure said she was shocked as she had no idea what could have happened between her and Siwa to leave such an impression. She added that she tried to reach out to Siwa through a mutual friend to clear the air between them.

After a while, Bure finally got in contact with Siwa, who claimed that she did not think it would be a big deal or go viral the way it did. Siwa added that she felt terrible about the whole thing and finally revealed what Bure did to upset her in the past. 

According to Bure, Siwa said they met at a premiere when Siwa was 11. She asked to have a picture with Bure on the red carpet but Got refused as Bure said, “not right now.”