How bad can a person be who really loves animals? Katherine Heigl has earned quite a diva reputation for herself in Hollywood but maybe she’s not all that bad. It started when Heigl remarked that her hit movie “Knocked Up” was “sexist.” She was absolutely RIGHT- the movie was absurdly sexist. Can you imagine a woman like Heigl becoming obsessed with costar Seth Rogan’s loser character in real life? Not likely. But Seth Rogan took offense and badmouthed her on Howard Stern, which started the ball rolling. Her Grey’s Anatomy problems enhanced her bad rep. We heard that her manager/mother Nancy was actually the difficult and demanding one, but who knows. Her mother WAS with her at the animal fundraising event above.

Photo Credit: Pacific Coast News


Posted by Janet on August 17, 2015

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  1. By Becca
    On August 17, 2015 at

    Absolutely everyone who has worked with Heigl & talked about working with her says she is a nightmare to work with.
    A diva among divas!
    Her last show “State of Affairs” was a trainwreck & was produced by Heigl & her mother.
    NBC finally put it [& the viewers] out of its mercy after one excruciating season!

  2. By Gemma St. Ivens
    On August 17, 2015 at

    Nobody in Hollywood will work with disgraceful Woman.

  3. By Kait
    On August 18, 2015 at

    She’s working a photo op, petting a dog at a fundraising event, so she’s now OK? Janet, come on.

  4. By Eyeroll
    On August 18, 2015 at

    Bless her heart. She’s Hollywood’s biggest bitch (a considerable feat)–and everyone knows it now.

    She should invest her shekels very carefully.

  5. By Caro
    On August 23, 2015 at

    During the promotion for a movie ( not the one with Rogen) in France,she came in a TV show.Later,the producer said she asked no eye contact and she wanted to be treated like Madonna


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