July 21st, 2011
01:06 PM ET
You've got to hand it to the celebs - they're pros when it comes to having a moment.
Their methods, style and profanities vary, but the awkward and uncomfortable atmosphere remains constant. Check out our top 10 celebs who left their interviews in a huff.
Carrie Prejean on "Larry King Live"
Former Miss California Carrie Prejean became irritated while talking on "Larry King Live," and as King continued prompting her for a response, she admonished the host, "Larry, you're being inappropriate - you really are." An uncomfortable segment followed as Prejean, who appeared to be having a side conversation with a winning smile still plastered on her face, took off her microphone to avoid King's questions.
Shannon Tweed on "Joy Behar Show"
As Joy Behar questioned Gene Simmons and his partner, Shannon Tweed, there was tension between the couple from the beginning. Eventually, Tweed decided she'd had enough and stormed off the set. Because Simmons seemed to think shouting loudly would do the trick, Behar observed, with quite the understatement, "She's mad."
Robert Pattinson on "On Air with Ryan Seacrest"
In this instance, the "Twilight" heartthrob appeared to be quite amiable during his radio interview with host Ryan Seacrest, but it was his publicist who whisked away Pattinson when the questions started delving into his relationship status.
Chris Brown on "Good Morning America"
If the interview wasn't going to go the way Chris Brown wanted, he wasn't having any of it. After his performance on "Good Morning America," Brown reportedly stormed off the stage, and a broken window was discovered in his dressing room. Even though he said that the Rihanna situation wasn't "really a big deal," something ticked off the troubled singer.
Julian Assange on CNN
To be fair, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange did give his interviewer a warning before walking out as questions began infringing on what he considered personal issues.
Robert Novak on CNN's "Inside Politics"
One would think columnist Robert Novak would be used to entertaining opposing opinions, but during his interview on CNN's "Inside Politics," Novak pulled out the profanity and left the talk show without having the final word.
The Bee Gees on "Clive Anderson Talks Back"
If you thought one person walking off stage was bad, try the whole band. Clive Anderson's interview with the group turned into an utter disaster as, one by one, the left their microphones behind and call it a day.
Heather Mills McCartney on Five News
Heather Mills McCartney gets the award for the most polite walk out. Mills responded to the unwanted questions during a Five News interview with a thank you, but the interviewer didn't appear to appreciate the manners.
Bill O'Reilly on "The View"
Fox host Bill O'Reilly actually looked liked he was fitting in well with the women of "The View" until the discussion turned irate, leading Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar to walk off set.
Stephen Colbert on "The View"
In true form, TV personality Stephen Colbert follows up the O'Reilly walk off with one of his own. The only difference is Colbert comes back.
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