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There's nothing like a good celebrity feud.

Sure, we all go through bad breakups, say things we wish we could take back and argue with others, but when the stars do it, it's so much more interesting!

As the year winds down, we've examined 2010's top celebrity mistresses and sex tapes. Now, THG takes a look at the year's 10 best celebrity spats here ...

10. Brett Favre vs. Jenn Sterger    

In a classic he said/she said deal, a former Jets reporter alleged sexual harassment by the NFL legend, who says he was just hollering. Perhaps. Some say the biggest crime was thinking Brett Favre's small junk was going to impress somebody.

9. Sarah Palin vs. PETA

We'd rank Sarah Palin higher, but public wars of words lose some of their edge when you go out of your way to start them. Still, her exchange with PETA over hunting was classic. Bristol Palin and Willow Palin had some good ones, too.

8. Kid Rock vs. Steven Tyler

The former called the latter's hiring by American Idol "the stupidest thing he's ever done in his life" and termed him "an idiot" for good measure. The Aerosmith rocker responded that Kid is "just jealous." Not sure about that one, Steve.

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Reaction to the infamous Miley Cyrus bong video continues to pour in.

Father Billy Ray is sad. Dr. Drew Pinsky thinks the singer should seek help. As for Fox News anchor Bill O'Reilly? He takes a more critical, direct approach.

The conservative commentator has one word to describe Cyrus: pathetic. In the video below, he adds: "Her days of being a positive role model for young women are long gone."

Do you agree with this harsh assessment? Is Miley being treated unfairly for making a legal decision? Or, as a major celebrity - aware of her status in the eyes of impressionable fans - should she be held to a higher standard?

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Two months after his infamous interview on The View, in which Joy Behar and Whoopi Goldberg stormed off the set because they disagreed with his take on the Ground Zero Mosque, how does Bill O'Reilly feel about that incident?

Just dandy, thanks for asking!

Appearing on The Late Show with David Letterman last night, the Fox News host recounted his feelings when all this went down: "I was thinking, 'This is great. This is terrific. I hope they all leave. Then I'll take the whole show. I'll have 45 minutes of ABC airtime.'"

O'Reilly and Letterman also discussed Sarah Palin's run for presidency and enjoyed a somewhat serious debate about President Obama:

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Last Thursday, Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar stormed off the set of The View after Bill O'Reilly said Muslims attacked us on 9/11 and added that he was against the building of a mosque around the site of the World Trade Center.

He then went on his Fox News program and defended his point of view.

Angry Bill O'Reilly

Now, Goldberg, Behar and other panelists on The View have spoken out again on the feud. Focusing on the controversy this morning, Goldberg said she had no regrets about walking away mid-interview because she "was gonna cuss him out."

Behar, meanwhile, said: "We talk about standing up to bigotry, so I stood up."

For once, though, an old woman was actually the voice of reason, as Barbara Walters chastised Goldberg and Behar for letting O'Reilly "pull your chain" and added: "This is a country full of rage, and we should be able to have conversations without rage... without obscenities."

Sounds like a job for Jon Stewart!

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Yesterday morning, Bill O'Reilly was a guest on The View and got into such a heated exchange with Joy Behar and Whoopi Goldberg that those panelists walked off the set. Watch the confrontation unfold NOW.

Last night, meanwhile, the Fox News host addressed this "fiery debate" on his Talking Points segment.

  • Leaving the Set
  • O'Reilly on The View

Admitting that "I am often offensive, everyone knows that," O'Reilly defended his belief that a mosque should not be built near the site of 9/11 by saying:

“No one I know wants to insult Muslims, but many are tired of the political correctness surrounding the 9/11 attack. Did we say, in World War II, ‘We were attacked by “Japanese extremists”? [...] No: we said we were attacked by ‘Japanese.’”

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Bill O'Reilly appeared on The View today. But he wasn't exactly treated like a welcome guest.

As soon as the topic turned to the proposed mosque around the site of 9/11, Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar got into it with the Fox News anchor. He argued that 70% of the country was against the Muslim center and that it was "inappropriate," albeit clearly constitutional, to erect.

They argued that people should be smart/tolerant enough to differentiate between a religion and the extremists within that religion. At least that's what we think both sides said, as voices were raised and opinions flew until Goldberg and Behar actually stormed off the set...

Said Barbara Walters of the incident: "We should be able to have discussions without washing our hands and screaming and walking off stage. I love my colleagues, but that should not have happened."

Watch the video and choose a side in this feud:

 

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Bill O'Reilly hosts the highest-rated cable news show on television.

As a result, one would hope the Fox News anchor would use such a pulpit to tackle important, practical issues facing the country. Instead, he chimes in on the latest celebrity gossip headlines in order to conjure up controversy and make headlines for himself.

First, he took issue with Jennifer Aniston's comment that science allows older, single women to have a baby these days via in vitro fertilization. O'Reilly referred to this harmless, factual point as "destructive to our society."

Now, the talk show host has set his sights on Justin Bieber and the photo shoot he did for Elle with Kim Kardashian. Said O'Reilly:

"I wanted to be a baseball player [when I was 16]. I didn't want to hang around with Kim Kardashian...I had a baseball bat and a bat and [a pair of] ice skates! That's what I was doing... if a 16-year-old girl was pictured with a 29-year-old man in any of that, he'd be in big trouble."

For Elle

By sitting a few feet in front of Kim Kardashian, Justin Bieber is clearly helping to destroy society, right, Bill O'Reilly?

Added Republican strategist Margaret Hoover, a panelist on The O'Reilly Factor: "I think it's gross. It's a 16-year-old having an affair with a celebutante!"

It's actually just a 16-year old sitting next to, and running along the beach with, a celebutante. But why would Fox News let facts get in the way of an imaginary scandal that increases ratings? Sarah Palin doesn't do that with the First Amendment.

There's no reason to think the network that provides her talking points will do so any time soon.

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After Bill O'Reilly basically disparaged her and called her destructive to society, Jennifer Aniston has clarified her recent comments about single motherhood.

Doing so, she had some choice words for the Fox News personality.

"Of course, the ideal scenario for parenting is obviously two parents of a mature age. Parenting is one of the hardest jobs on earth," Aniston told People.

The star of The Switch continued: "And, of course, many women dream of finding Prince Charming (with fatherly instincts), but for those who've not yet found their Bill O'Reilly, I'm just glad science has provided a few other options."

Lonely Girl

Jen's new movie is about a woman gets pregnant via a sperm donor. The actress said women no longer have to wait for the perfect guy to start a family.

"Women are realizing it more and more, knowing that they don't have to settle with a man just to have that child," she said, promoting the film. "Love is love and family is what is around you and who is in your immediate sphere."

Perfectly reasonable, especially within the context of the work of fiction she was talking about. But Bill still took offense and made more out of this.

On The O'Reilly Factor, the host called the actress's comments "destructive to our society," and accused her of "diminishing the role of the dad."

"Dads bring a psychology to children that is in this society, I believe, under-emphasized. I think men get hosed all day long in the parental arena."

Whose side are you on?

 

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Bill O'Reilly.

You have to give the Fox News host credit for speaking his mind, and not everything that comes out of his mouth is outrageous, but sometimes ... come on man.

His newest target is Jennifer Aniston. The actress, famously lonely pathetic haggard miserable single at 41, recently said she doesn't need a man to have children.

"Women are realizing it more and more, knowing that they don't have to settle with a man just to have that child," she said at a press conference for The Switch.

"Times have changed and we do have so many options these days, as opposed to our parents' days when you can't have children because you waited too long."

Bill O' No You Didn't!

Bill takes serious exception to Jen's point.

Personally, we didn't interpret that as a call for premarital, unprotected sex and single-parent child-rearing, but some people over at Fox News Channel did.

"She's throwing the message out to 12- and 13-year-olds, 'Hey you don't need a guy. You don't need a dad.,' O'Reilly said. "That is destructive to our society."

Really, Bill? Teens are going to have sex and raise kids without a man's help because Jennifer Aniston says it's easier these days than in generations past?

Apparently. Fox's Gretchen Carlson said, "She is glamorizing single parenthood."

In The Switch, Aniston plays Kassie, a single woman seeking a sperm donor. An adult who made a conscious choice to raise a child alone, and likely thought about the consequences first ... a little different than what Bill's implying right?

You tell us: Is she sending a bad message or should Bill lay off?

 

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Ex-Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is steamed, and rightfully so, over some blatantly tasteless Down Syndrome mockery on last weekend's episode of Fox's Family Guy - a low blow clearly inspired by her own mentally challenged child.

But man, does she love any excuse to run her mouth.

On The O'Reilly Factor, Palin reiterated how offended she is at the Family Guy quotes that ridiculed her family (as they do everyone and everything else).

In between about 37 plugs for daughter Bristol's Facebook page, Sarah righteously saddled up on her high horse to promote Sarah Palin defend son Trig.

She also demanded that White House Chief of Staff Rham Emanuel resign for using the term "retard" but defended Rush Limbaugh for the same thing.

Her defense of Rush is perhaps the most puzzling. Why not say he was wrong to use it too? Is this woman for real?! Check out her interview below:

Whose side are you on?