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Celebrities Who Can't Stand Dr. Phil
Nicholas Brendon
Nicholas Brendon, known for playing Xander Harris in the popular television series "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," appeared on the "Dr. Phil Show" in 2015.
However, his interview ended almost as quickly as it began. "Dr. Phil had some hard words for my mother, who I love dearly,” Brendon wrote on Facebook after the interview.
Bhad Bhabie
Bhad Bhabie went on "The Dr. Phil Show" in 2016 as a troubled teenager. After her interview, she was sent to the Turn-About Ranch in Utah on Dr. Phil's recommendation.
In 2021, Bhad Bhabie admitted she was abused at the facility, revealing she was subjected to various forms of punishment, and called out Dr. Phil for his role in sending her there.
Paris Hilton
Hilton reached out to Bhad Bhabie upon learning about her Turn-About Ranch experience and advocated for a Utah state bill banning cruel punishment at these facilities.
"People look up to Dr. Phil and I want to make sure
the show is accurately portraying these residential facilities to desperate families,” Hilton told TMZ.
Shelley Duvall
"The Shining" star Shelley Duvall’s interview on "The Dr. Phil Show," drew loads of criticism from sympathetic viewers as she struggled to make coherent thoughts.
Duvall herself regretted the interview, telling The Hollywood Reporter: "I found out the kind of person he is
the hard way," adding, "My mother didn't like him, either."
Mia Farrow
"Rosemary's Baby" actor Mia Farrow, who is also an advocate for children's rights worldwide, spoke out against Dr. Phil shortly after his explosive interview with Duvall.
"There [should] be laws to protect mentally ill people from TV talk show predators like @DrPhil who is exploiting Shelly Duvall for his own gain," Farrow tweeted at the time.