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THE GOOD Jennifer Lopez

In Jan­uary 2013, Lopez, who was ac­com­pa­nied by her boyfriend Casper Smart, bumped into her ex, P Diddy, at the We­in­stein Golden Globes party. Re­port­edly, Lopez greeted Diddy with a ‘Hello baby’, planted a kiss on his cheek and then in­tro­duced him to Casper. Later, the trio was seen chat­ting at the event.

Brit­ney Spears

In 2013, while at­tend­ing a foot­ball match, Spears met her ex-hus­band Kevin Fed­er­line and his new girl­friend. But, there weren’t any awk­ward mo­ments and Spears ap­peared like any other per­son at the event.

THE BAD Raveena Tan­don

Re­port­edly, back in 2005, Raveena met her hus­band Anil Thadani’s ex-wife Natasha Sippy, the daugh­ter of pro­ducer Romu Sippy, at a party. It’s not known what tran­spired be­tween the duo, but Raveena ended up throw­ing a glass of wine on Natasha’s face. Later, she was quoted as say­ing, “There’s noth­ing be­tween Anil and Natasha Sippy. Ev­ery­thing about Anil has to do with me and ev­ery­thing about me has to do with Anil. He and I are one. And I don’t re­gret what hap­pened. My hus­band, Anil is the purest, clean­est per­son, af­ter god and my fa­ther. I won’t al­low any­one to cast as­per­sions on him. Any in­sult to him is an in­sult to me. No one can sully my fam­ily and get away with it.”

AND THE UGLY Halle Berry

In 2012, a fight broke out be­tween Berry’s ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubry and her then fi­ancé Olivier Martinez. Re­port­edly, the brawl started when Aubry took Nahla, his daugh­ter with Berry, to her na­tiv­ity play on the day be­fore Thanks­giv­ing. Aubry said that Martinez knocked him to the ground and beat him.

Chris Brown and Drake

In 2012, the duo fought over their ex-girl­friend Rihanna at a New York night­club. Re­port­edly, the fra­cas started af­ter Drake re­turned a bot­tle of cham­pagne that Brown had sent to him as a ‘peace of­fer­ing’ with a note. The melee that fol­lowed had both the singers and peo­ple from their en­tourage throw­ing bot­tles at each other.


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