Charlize Theron is an Oscar-winning actress who’s allegedly worth $110 million and is widely considered to be one of the most gorgeous women in the world. Tia Mowry was a TGIF star two decades ago. What do they have in common? A love of SoulCycle, and a hatred for each other.
Following the exchange at a SoulCycle class in Los Angeles where Theron…was allegedly rude to Mowry, the Sister, Sister star ran to In Touch magazine with the story. That might have been the end of it, but the story went viral, and now, Theron is actively working to get Mowry banned.
“Charlize came in so pissed off after Tia went to the tabloids about her, and she demanded we bar Tia from ever coming back. When the manager refused Charlize just got angrier and said she’d go to the top to make it happen,” said an insider at SoulCycle.
Mowry told In Touch that she approached Theron to say hello and was met with an eye roll and Theron saying, “Oh my god.” Theron took the issue of the privacy breach to SoulCycle management and raged that she has zero expectation of anonymity during her workout with Mowry around. Management refused to ban Mowry and Theron got even angrier. (Via)
Theron fumed to an employee, “This nobody who was famous for a minute 20 years ago can complain to the tabloids about me but I can’t expect you to protect me from hangers on in your studio?” The nice thing about that quote is that it works for pretty much every TGIF star. So look out, Dave Coulier, don’t you dare accidentally look at Charlize Theron’s towel, or something.