Actress Tara Reid lost her cool while appearing on Jenny Mccarthy's Siriusxm satellite radio program on Friday (15Jul16).
The 40-year-old star stopped by the show to promote her new movie Sharknado 4: The 4th Awakens, and when Jenny quizzed her guest on topics other than the horror sequel, Tara made it clear she wasn't having it.
"It's not worth the time to talk about," she responded after McCarthy asked the American Pie actress about her experience appearing on reality show Marriage Boot Camp.
"There's confusing things about it. We are not talking about it," Reid added.
The cat fight only escalated when Jenny pressed Tara for a Marriage Boot Camp comment, with the hostess stating how she loves the show "so much".
"Babe, I asked you, please let's not talk about this show," Reid snapped. "We're all here (to talk) about Sharknado."
Impervious to McCarthy's compliments about how good she looks, Tara expressed her discontent when the topic of her past plastic surgery failures was brought into the conversation.
"No, I haven't had any surgery for a while, Jenny," Reid snarled. "I think I've made that clear, like, about 100 times. Maybe that's because you only read the bad things, but I made that really clear (for) so many years, but read what you want to read."
The discussion then ended abruptly, as Tara decided to walk out of the interview entirely.
"It was really nice talking to you and really, good luck with your show," she sarcastically told Jenny, while making her quick exit.
Refusing to let the comment go, McCarthy offered up a cutting remark of her own.
"Good luck to you, too, and I'm so excited about Sharknado and I hope you stay married," Jenny coolly quipped back. "I hope your knees get a little wobblier than they already are."
But Tara wasn't finished, responding, "I hope you stay married too. I'm sure he's a nice guy. I hope your t**s (breasts) get even nicer, because they're amazing. The same guy who did mine, right? I'll always use your advice. You're the best. Bye."
However, Jenny got the last word with a cold diss about Reid's latest project, concluding, "Love you, Tara. Good luck with Sharknado 18."