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Celebs Who Can't Stand Olivia Wilde
By BERNADETTE ROE
Jordan Peterson
During an interview on “Piers Morgan Uncensored,” Canadian philosopher Jordan Peterson began crying when discussing how Wilde called him a “pseudo-intellectual hero to the incel community.” However, Peterson went on to explain that he saw a preview of Wilde’s “Don’t Worry Darling,” and said “Perhaps I will [go see the movie]. [Her comments] didn’t really bother me.”
Megyn Kelly
Speaking to Wilde’s comments on Peterson, Megyn Kelly of “The Megyn Kelly Show,” said, “screw her.” Kelly said that when men like Peterson speak about male mental health issues, “They get featured in an Olivia Wilde movie as some sort of demon,” and added that Wilde was taking the #MeToo Movement's momentum too far and making all men enemies.
Jason Sudeikis
When Wilde began dating Harry Styles, Styles’ fanbase was quick to condemn the relationship, and likewise, Wilde’s ex-fiancé Jason Sudeikis was left heartbroken. Sudeikis admitted that he didn’t completely understand the end of their relationship, but the actor noted, “I’ll have a better understanding of why in a year, and an even better one in two, and an even greater one in five.”
Florence Pugh
There have been plenty of rumors about Pugh’s relationship with Wilde after the two worked together on “Don’t Worry Darling.” Insiders told Vulture that Wilde and Pugh had a blow-up on set because Wilde was allegedly distracted by her relationship with Styles, and Pugh was notably silent on social media in the lead-up to the film’s premiere.
Shia LaBeouf
Another actor in “Don’t Worry Darling,” Shia LaBeouf apparently quit the film due to lack of rehearsal time, while Wilde claims that she fired the actor because of his “combative energy.” To prove his point, LaBeouf released texts and emails between the two supporting his claims, and in response, Wilde said, “This issue is so much more nuanced […] all I’ll say is he was replaced.”
Candace Owens
When Candace Owens took issue with Harry Styles's Vogue cover in which the musician wears a dress, Wilde was quick to defend the singer, calling Owens “pathetic.” Owens didn’t leave it there, and in a podcast titled “Olivia Wilde Is Not A Stable Human Being,” the author claimed Wilde wasn’t a feminist, before saying Wilde “seems to be a woman that is spiraling.”