The Kardashian clan may think of themselves as showbiz royalty but a number of celebrities around the world are not their biggest fans.
Whether it is because of snobbery towards the Kardashian-Jenners being reality TV stars, irritation at the clan's penchant for surgery or annoyance at them stripping off at any opportunity the American family have amassed a legion of enemies of the years.
And stars - including Piers Morgan, Rebel Wilson, Daniel Craig and Kristin Cavallari - have not hidden their hatred for the E! TV faces.
Here is a look at the Kardashian's biggest celebrity cases and the reasons why they have rubbed up some celebs the wrong way.
Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan is never one to shy away from making controversial remarks and he has made it clear that the Kardashians are not his favourite people.
In 2016 after Kim Kardashian shared a nude selfie Piers offered to get her some clothing.
Piers re-tweeted the flesh-flashing snap and wrote: "I know the old man’s $50million in debt, Kim - but this is absurd.
"Want me to buy you some clothes?"
Hitting back Kim replied on the micro-blogging site: "'hey @piersmorgan never offer to buy a married woman clothes. thats on some ashley madison type s**t #forresearch."
Her comment made a reference to online dating website Ashley Madison, which connects people who are already in relationships, and she was clearly enraged by Piers referencing West's reported debt.
Morgan has continued to hate on Kim and called the family "a bunch of talentless half-wits" on GMB in 2019.
Australian actress Rebel Wilson made clear her views on the Kardashians and their lack of talent.
Appearing on Aussie's Kiss FM's Kyle and Jackie O show, Rebel explained how she is very different from the Kardashians as she "worked really hard."
"I know they’re super popular, but I am all about personality and working hard to get where I am. I mean how Kim Kardashian got famous from the sex tape and I just went to acting school and worked really hard,” she said.
The Pitch Perfect star also shared that she was invited to join Kylie and Kendall Jenner at the VMAs but declined the offer: “I got asked to present with Kendall and Kylie at the recent VMAs and said ‘no’."
She continued: "It’s not that you hate any of them individually, but it’s just that everything they stand for is against everything I stand for.”
Rebel then took to Twitter to apologise for her comments and told that she sent the family flowers but she then followed up the Tweet with one stating that their publicist started a "smear campaign" against her.
British actor Daniel Craig sure doesn't tune into Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
The Jame Bond star slammed the Kardashians in an interview with British GQ in 2011 and dubbed them "f***ing idiots."
He told the magazine: "Look at the Kardashians, they're worth millions.
"I don't think they were that badly off to begin with but now look at them. You see that and you think, 'what, you mean all I have to do is behave like a f***ing idiot on television and then you'll pay me millions?'"
The Hills reality personality and Very Cavallari star Kristin Cavallari has previously had a run-in with the Kardashians.
Kristin called out the clan after reports emerged that she has a fling with Kourtney Kardashians then boyfriend Scott Disick - the eldest Kardashian and Disick share three kids but are not together.
Hitting back, Kristin who accused the family of making up to cover their own drama with Kim's failed 90-day marriage to Kris Humphries.
"It's 100 percent not true," she said on The Billy Bush Show
"I just think, what convenient timing for them (Kardashians) with their show premiering next week.
"With everything that's going on for Kim, I feel like they're trying to take the heat off her.
"When there's a big story like that, they always call you and ask if you want to comment and clearly none of them denied it."
Hollywood icon Bette Midler made it clear in 2016 that she was not fond of Kim.
In response to Kim's nude selfie, that also riled up Piers Morgan, she typed: "Kim Kardashian tweeted a nude selfie today. If Kim wants us to see a part of her we've never seen, she's gonna have to swallow the camera."
Kim blasted back by taking aim at Bette's age and asked if it was past her bedtime.
Bette joked: "Looks like anyone can take a selfie but not everyone can take a joke."
When People quizzed Bette on the exchange, she revealed that she sees Twitter as a good place to joke.
"I look at it as entertainment. I don’t take it seriously," she said.
"It’s easier to write a thought in 140 characters than it is to waffle on for acres and acres and acres of words. If it amuses a few people a couple times a day, great. They shouldn’t look for anything more than that."
Back in September 2017, Sharon Osbourne made her views clear on Kim sharing sexy snaps and lashed out that they could not be considered an empowering feminist act.
"If Kim wants to show off her body, fine. But that’s not feminism, that’s being a ho. And there’s nothing wrong with being a ho, but always remember what you are," she told The Telegraph.
She called Sharon "stupid" for misquoting her.
Never one to not have the last word, Osbourne responded on her show "The Talk" by calling the situation "ridiculous" and claimed her words on Kim were misquoted but said she stood by the sentiment.
"[The interviewer] asked my opinion and I gave it. It wasn’t rude. She poses nude, she’s very sexual in her clothes, and even her everyday clothes, it’s very sexual," the former X Factor judge fumed.
"Whatever she does she’s showing her body, which shows she’s a strong, grounded woman and she’s not ashamed of her body."
She added, "It doesn’t make you a feminist, it makes you someone who is a strong person, and confident with their body and wants to show it. But, that’s not a feminist."
Sinead O'Connor was unimpressed when Kim posed on the front cover of Rolling Stone in 2015 and called the reality babe a "c**t."
Taking to Twitter to show her annoyance she shared a snap of the cover and typed: "What is this c** t (“I don’t smile much because it causes wrinkles”) doing on the cover of Rolling Stone ? Music has officially died. Who knew it would be Rolling Stone* that murdered it?’
She then added, " Simon Cowell and Louis Walsh can no longer be expected to take all the blame. Bob Dylan must be fucking horrified."
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