Celebs With Famously Loud-Mouthed Spouses

Proving that there truly is someone out there for everyone, even these famously foul-mouthed and brash celebrities have found long-term love.

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West

In this relationship made in Hollywood heaven, reality star Kim Kardashian comes off as the saint and rapper husband Kanye West is the loose cannon. West is infamous for commandeering the stage at awards shows to voice his opinions and utilizing social media to rant about anything and everything...and sometimes beg for money.

In January 2016, he targeted fellow rapper Wiz Kahlifa in a slew of since-deleted tweets that trashed Khalifa's music and style and even took shots at Khalifa's son with ex-wife Amber Rose (West's ex-girlfriend.) Months later, West reignited his long-standing feud with songstress Taylor Swift, this time fighting over the lyrics in his controversial song "Famous." In the track, West raps, "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex. Why? I made that bitch famous." West says Swift pre-approved those lyrics in a phone call; Swift denies it.

Kardashian continues to fiercely defend her hubby in print and on her hit reality show, Keeping Up With the Kardashians.

John Legend and Chrissy Teigen

John Legend is known for his beautiful ballads about love and relationships, while his wife, Chrissy Teigen, is famous for for her dangerous curves and loud mouth. It seems whenever the mood strikes, the model jumps on Twitter to lash out at those she considers disrespectful. She has fussed and fought over breakfast cereal and Donald Trump, and she's waged tweet wars with British journalist Piers Morgan and anyone who criticizes her parenting.

​Gordon and Tana Ramsay

Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has built a career out of dishing out insults. Tana Ramsay's husband has ripped into colleagues and contestants on Masterchef, Hell's Kitchen, Hotel Hell, Kitchen Nightmares and more. He is legendary when it comes to his sharp tongue. According to Buzzfeed, some of his most outrageous and colorful comments include, "How about a thank you, you miserable wee b**ch," "My gran could do better. And she's dead," "You deserve a kick in the nuts," and "Now f**k off you fat useless sack of f**king yankee doodle dandy s**t. Tana and Gordon have been married since 1996, so she clearly can take the heat in his kitchen.

Gregg and NeNe Leakes

Seemingly even-keeled real estate investor Gregg Leakes is married to firecracker Linnethia Monique "NeNe" Leakes. She began her showbiz career on Bravo's The Real Housewives of Atlanta in 2008, and since then, her ego and mouth have grown bigger and bigger. She coined the terms "Trump checks" and will never let anyone forget that she's a "rich b***h." Her short temper often lands her in fights with co-star Kenya Moore. That catty attitude even reared its ugly head on 2011's Celebrity Apprentice, where Leakes erupted on castmate La Toya Jackson, calling her "Casper."


​Simon Cowell and Lauren Silverman

Simon Cowell and Lauren Silverman may not be married yet, but the pair have been partners since 2013 and share one child together. It seems fatherhood hasn't softened the famous trash-talking judge of X Factor and American Idol. He rose to fame in the early 2000s for bashing aspiring singers. He once shot down an Idol contestant with the following critique: "You look a little odd, your dancing is terrible, the singing was horrendous, and you look like one of those creatures that live in the jungle with the massive eyes. What are they called? Bush baby," he said, according to the Business Insider.

Kevin Hunter and Wendy Williams

Since 2008, talk show host Wendy Williams and husband Kevin Hunter have co-produced The Wendy Williams Show. He works behind the scenes while she captivates the camera as the ever boisterous and "hot topics" queen. Williams will say anything.

In 2014, she made a bet that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West would not remain married longer than 72 days—the exact length of Kardashian's first marriage to basketball star Kris Humphries. If Kimye survived beyond that, Williams said she would eat crow on live television. In September of that year, the gossip diva ate her words.

Her big trap got her in trouble again in the summer of 2016 after she openly criticized historically black colleges and universities. The backlash was fast and furious, and, believe it or not, Williams actually said she was sorry. "I want to apologize to everyone that I might have offended regarding my remarks," she said (via The Huffington Post.) "I was wrong."

Renee Sloan and Scott Baio

Actor Scott Baio and his stunt woman wife, Renee Sloan, have been married since 2007, but it seems like Mr. Baio could use a stand-in for his tongue too. In July 2016, NBC correspondent Tamron Hall confronted Baio for tweeting a meme that called Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton a "c*nt." He defended his actions: "There's no commentary attached to it," he said (via the Daily Beast). "I didn't call her anything, and the fact that you question my faith over putting up a picture is not nice." Hall also brought up a 2010 Baio tweet depicting First Lady Michelle Obama in a not-so-flattering light. That one had some commentary attached: "Wow, he wakes up to this every morning." Baio dismissed that tweet as a "joke."

​Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg

When Donnie Wahlberg married Jenny McCarthy in 2014, two of his brothers skipped the nuptials, but Wahlberg was clearly undeterred by his bride's big mouth. McCarthy's has been outspoken and brash throughout her showbiz career, from the pages of Playboy, to MTV's game show Singled Out, to a co-hosting spot on talk show The View. In recent years, she's become best known for her inflammatory comments about vaccinations. McCarthy has been a vocal opponent, claiming vaccines cause autism and supporting a since-discredited doctor who promoted a connection. "If you ask a parent of an autistic child if they want the measles or the autism, we will stand in line for the f**king measles," she told Time magazine in 2009.

Tamar Braxton and Vincent Herbert

Audiences have gotten to know music executive Vincent Herbert and his over-the-top R&B starlet of a wife, Tamar Braxton, via their reality shows: Braxton Family Values and Tamar & Vince. Cameras have captured their every fit and fight, and the vast majority of those feuds seem to originate from Braxton's sassy attitude and inflammatory comments. She coined the popular catchphrases "Get your life," "You tried it" and ".com" on the show, but her diva ways cost Braxton her job as co-host of The Real in the summer of 2016. According to the Daily Mail, she got the boot after throwing a temper tantrum in front of a show sponsor.

​Hope Solo and Jerramy Stevens

U.S. soccer star Hope Solo and former football pro Jerramy Stevens have been married since 2012, but their union has been anything but marital bliss. In fact, early on the morning of her wedding day in November 2012, Solo, her brother Marcus Solo, and her husband-to-be Stevens were involved in an alleged drunken altercation during a soiree at her home. Around 3 a.m., Marcus made a series of four calls to 911 to request medical assistance resulting from a brawl involving a stun gun. Solo can be heard in the background berating her brother for phoning for help. Stevens and Solo wed later that same day.

In 2014, Solo was arrested on domestic violence charges stemming from a drunken brawl with her nephew and half-sister. According to ESPN, Solo verbally lashed out at her teenage nephew, calling him too "fat, unathletic and crazy" to be an athlete. before physically attacking him and her half-sister. At the police station, while cops were trying to book her into jail, ESPN said Solo "was so combative that she had to be forced to the ground, prompting her to yell at one officer, "You're such a b***h. You're scared of me because you know that if the handcuffs were off, I'd kick your a**." When asked by an officer to remove a necklace, Solo reportedly "told the officer that the piece of jewelry was worth more than he made in a year."

Solo is just as mouthy when it comes to her athletics. She's been suspended and fined multiple times for mouthing off about opponents, coaches, and even her own teammate. During the 2016 Olympics, the goalie called her Swedish opponents "cowards" after losing to them. That particular verbal tantrum resulted in a six-month suspension and the termination of her contract, according to The Washington Post.

​Alec Baldwin and Hilaria Thomas

Alec Baldwin may be married to yoga guru Hilaria Thomas, but her relaxing techniques are no match for his temper. On multiple occasions, Baldwin's mouth has gotten him into trouble and caused salacious headlines. In November 2013, he was recorded outside his New York City home chasing down a paparazzo and calling him a "c**ksucking fag," according to The Huffington Post. That wasn't Baldwin's first time hurling homophobic slurs. In June of that year, the father of three went on an epic Twitter rant calling a male writer for the Daily Mail a "toxic little queen." Baldwin tweeted, "I'm gonna find you...and I'm gonna f**k...you...up." The actor eventually issued an apology to GLAAD for his behavior.