It didn’t take long for Katherine Heigl to get back on her high horse. It seems the “Grey’s Anatomy” actress and resident beyotch was in talks to star with an ensemble cast in Gary Marshall’s romantic comedy “Valentine’s Day”, but she pulled out of the project when her demands weren’t met…or even entertained by the producers.
It seems Heigl and her people came to the table demanding she be paid a staggering $3 million-more than any of the other actors work on the flick-actors that include Julia Roberts, Anne Hathaway, and Shirley MacLaine.
As if her price tag wasn’t enough, that price is attached to a mere 14 days of shooting. That’s right kids, Heigl believes she’s worth $1.5 million/week.
A rep for Heigl denies the claims via Page Six:
“The story is ludicrous. Early negotiations are a daily occurrence in this business, and just for clarification, Katherine walked away from this project for multiple reasons.”
Multiple reasons? Like not getting $3 million, her own trailer, chef, white roses, personal umbrella holder, and someone to wipe her bum?
Heigl is known for being a major beyotch on sets and often bites and gnaws the hands that feed her.
While shooting “Knocked-Up” she criticized how writer/director Judd Apatow portrayed women in the film, and she withdrew her name from last year’s Emmy race stating, “I do not feel I was given the material this season to warrant a nomination.”
Hey Katherine, next time you withdraw your name, you are also free to stay home so we aren’t subjected to 10 minutes of you and Seacrest kisses each other’s arses on the red carpet.
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