10+ Of The Best Celebrity Clapbacks Of All Time

Celebs loove their drama.

While they may not always start it, they sure know how to end it. They do this with their scathing clapbacks.

Whether they're responding to trolls or other celebs, here are 10+ of the best celebrity clapbacks of all time.

Get a pen and some paper out since you're going to want to take notes!

1. Pink vs. a Twitter troll

Everyone was happy about the singer singing the National Anthem for the 2018 Super Bowl.

Well, almost everyone. One angry fan issued out this tweet, which promoted this epic response from the singer. Don't mess with Pink!

2. Kim Kardashian vs. Lindsay Lohan

The Mean Girls alum got a little, well, mean when she wrote "I'm confused" on a picture of Kim's new hair in 2018.

In response, Kim clapped back with, "You know what's confusing…your sudden foreign accent."

3. Zayn Malik vs. Louis Tomlinson

Just when fans couldn't be sad enough about their favorite boy band breaking up, a few members of the group had to go and have a public spat.

It all started when Louis joked about Zayn using photo filters.

Zayn replied directly to this, writing, "remember when you had a life and stopped making bitchy comments about mine ?"

Yikes! It's safe to say that there's no love lost between these two. Sorry, One Direction fans!

4. Nicki Minaj vs. Wendy Williams

Their long-running feud was began when Wendy slammed Nicki's husband, Kenneth Petty, for his controversial criminal history, which includes first-degree manslaughter.

"There's only one thing worse than touching children and pulling knives and that's murder," Wendy said.

In response to this, Minaj had her man's back while on her *Queen Radio* show.

She went into Wendy's own dirty laundry by bringing up her husband having a mistress.

"You're sat up there being vicious all this time, and paid for that man's mistress for all these years."

5. Jennifer Aniston vs. the tabloids


After being the target of tabloid pregnancy rumors for decades, the Friends star said enough.

She released an op-ed for The Huffington Post, which she epically titled, "For the Record." Go off, girl!

"We use celebrity 'news' to perpetuate this dehumanizing view of females, focused solely on one's physical appearance, which tabloids turn into a sporting event of speculation," she wrote, calling out these publications.

"We get to decide how much we buy into what's being served up, and maybe some day the tabloids will be forced to see the world through a different, more humanized lens," she continued.

6. Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis vs. *InTouch Weekly*

When the publication published an article about their marriage being in danger, the happy couple retaliated with a video on Instagram.

"I guess it's over @intouchweekly have fun selling magazines this week," they said.

7. Dakota Johnson vs. Ellen DeGeneres

This was an epic clapback said straight to the face!

When Ellen tried to say that Dakota never invited her to her birthday party, Dakota schooled the host on her own TV show by saying that that wasn't true.

8. Cardi B. vs. an Instagram troll

The always-outspoken rapper clapped back at a commenter who asked if she's pregnant on Instagram.

"No, [expletive] I'm just getting fat. Let me fat in peace," Cardi responded, which had us clapping in-between eating our chili fries.

9. Sia vs. someone threatening her

After the singer heard wind of someone trying to sell her nude photos, she wasn't having it.

She posted one of the photos herself on Twitter! "Someone is apparently trying to sell naked photos of me to my fans. Save your money, here it is for free. Everyday is Christmas!" she tweeted.

10. Kelly Clarkson vs. a Twitter troll

As someone who loves her body, the singer and Voice judge is unbothered by fat-shaming.

When someone tweeted, "you're fat" to her, she had an amazing response that deserves applause. "…and still [expletive] awesome," she wrote. Yass, Queen!

11. Sofia Vergara vs. a tabloid

Like Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis, the Modern Family actress wasn't about to let tabloids report that her marriage to Joe Manganiello was ending.

She ended up sharing a screenshot of the magazine cover on Instagram.

"The editor of this magazine is an idiot," Vergara wrote in a scathing post.

"If he is going to have my ring removed to created a 'fake' 'news' he should have made sure that he removed from social media all the other pictures of that award night in Rome where I'm wearing it."

12. Chrissy Teigen vs. a mommy shamer

They don't call her the clapback queen for nothing!

One time, she went head-on with those who dared to mommy-shame her for her son, Miles, having a Gucci tracksuit.

"Was it necessary for you to buy your son a Gucci track suit?" one tweeted.

Chrissy had a very on-brand response to this: "yea [expletive]" she responded.

Then, when people criticized her for taking her daughter, Luna, to the dentist three years ago, she commented, "Was waiting for this. U guys never fail me" to the hate.

13. Gigi Hadid. vs. Jake Paul

After the YouTuber and boxer started beef with Zayn Malik, she defended her man.

"Lol cause he doesn't care to hang w you and your embarrassing crew of YouTube groupies ..?" she tweeted, along with, "Unbothered by your irrelevant ugly [expletive]. Go to bed."

14. Kim Kardashian vs. Lamar Odom

Family first. When Khloé's ex took a shot at her by saying that he knew his marriage was over when "she was on her second or third NBA player," Kim didn't let it slide.

"Or second or third brothel," she tweeted, which was in reference to Odom found overdosed in a Vegas brothel.

15. Anthony Mackie vs. Tom Holland fans

During Ace Con, a couple of over-anxious Tom Holland fans crossed the line and The Falcon was there to put them in their place.

When one of the girls asked Anthony whether or not he follows Tom on social media, Mackie's response was "baby, I'm an adult."

16. Kelly Ripa vs. Instagram troll

Kelly Ripa posted a throwback photo of her and husband Mark Conseulos all dressed up for the Spring Gala at the Met in 2009.

A 'fan' of Kelly's accused Mark of trying to look taller than he actually was. To which Kelly replied, "He's tall where it counts."

17. John Legend vs. Donald Trump

In an earlier Twitter rant, the former President sparked outrage by referring to Chrissy Teigen as John Legend's "filthy mouthed[sic] wife."

Of all the people Trump named in his tweets, Chrissy was the only one he didn't tag.

Which led her to post a response of her own.

Chrissy tweeted out how she thought that Donald Trump was a "p**** ass bitch." She also came dangerously close to getting #PresidentP****AssBitch trending on Twitter.

Both Chrissy and John each made separate posts, urging their fans not to use the foul-mouthed hashtag.

18. Wendy's vs. Carl's Jr.

It isn't every day that you see two of the most well-established burger franchises in North America go head-to-head in a Twitter flame war.

You've got to hand it to whoever handles Wendy's social media; that burn was hotter than a Spicy Chicken Sandwich.

19. Priyanka Chopra vs. Peter Ford

Australian entertainment news reporter Peter Ford wasn't quite sure that Priyanka Chopra was the best choice to announce the Oscar nominees at the 2021 Academy Awards.

He went on to say that she lacked the experience and the credentials.

Clearly, Mr. Ford needs to brush up on Priyanka's resume.

Priyanka replied by saying that she'd love to hear Mr. Ford's thoughts as to what did qualify a person for such a prestigious honor and made sure to include her IMDb page, consisting of her 60+ film credits.

20. Daisy Ridley vs. Ted Cruz

Cruz made an offhand Tweet about Gina Carano and indirectly referred to Daisy's Star Wars character Rey as "some emotionally tortured Jedi."

Daisy then tweeted, "I am very happy to be an emotionally tortured Jedi who doesn't leave their state when it's having a terrible time,"

21. Lili Reinhart vs. overzealous fan

Lili and her Riverdale costar were approached by a fan who immediately threw their arms around Lili and Cole.

When they protested, the fan then took to Twitter to call the young stars "disgusting." But Lili wasn't having it.

22. Bebe Rexha vs. the fashion world

After being nominated for her first-ever Grammy Award, Bebe's people began to reach out to various designers in order to see who may be interested in dressing the young star.

The responses she received were less than congratulatory.

Several brand name designers refused to dress Bebe because of her size.

In a passionate profanity-fueled Instagram video, Bebe condemned all the designers who tried to tell her that being a size 8+ wasn't beautiful.

"If a size 6-8 is too big, then I don't what to tell you. Then I don't wanna wear your [expletive]-ing dresses."

23. Elizabeth Hurley vs. Piers Morgan

The former actress and model turned quite a lot of heads after posting several sexy photos on social media — especially after Piers Morgan accused Elizabeth of having her son take the photos.

Elizabeth didn't take too kindly to the accusation, nor did she like Morgan telling her what to do.

She tweeted:

"Far be it for me to suggest the tabloids get their facts muddled, but these pics were in fact taken by my 80 year old[sic] mother. Not entirely sure if that puts minds at rest or not."

24. Khloé Kardashian vs. trolls

Throughout her pregnancy with Truth, Khloé would frequently show workout videos via Snapchat to her fans. Shortly afterward, she began being bombarded with messages telling her to stop.

Never mess with a mom, guys.

25. Rihanna vs. every single body-shamer on the internet.

This is precisely why Rihanna is an absolute Queen: because she just doesn't care at all.

No disrespect to Gucci Man, intended — you're a beautiful man regardless of whether or not you have a six-pack.

26. Josh Brolin vs. troll

A fundamentalist troll began taking potshots at Josh's wife for posting what he deemed to be a provocative photo. They said the image went against God's will.

Josh replied by saying “I just spoke to God and God asked me to please ask you to shut the [expletive] up and go take a shower.”

27. Patty Jenkins vs. James Cameron

Director James Cameron believed that Wonder Woman was a step backward for women because all the film did was perpetuate the idea that Wonder Woman was an objectified icon.

Clearly, Patty Jenkins believes that he has grossly missed the mark of both the film and the character.