By InTouch Weekly
Some starlets aren't afraid to speak their minds, even if it means saying (or doing) something controversial or offensive for that matter. If you've ever had difficulties expressing your opinions, just take a cue from these outspoken ladies!
This talk show host is never afraid to dish in "real talk" when it comes to celebrity gossip, and has shared plenty of controversial opinions on other stars. From accusing Scarlett Johansson of missing the paparazzi attention, to chastising Robert Pattinson for his alleged decision to forego a prenup — Wendy has covered it all!
This longtime player in the music industry is no stranger to controversy. Before writing her infamous open letter to Miley Cyrus, where she had encouraged Miley to stop prostituting herself for fame and money, Sinead made quite a scene herself by she ripping up the Pope's photo during a live performance on 'SNL' in 1992!
This good girl gone bad has only become more and more outspoken over the years. From releasing sexually explicit music with ex Chris Brown following the whole domestic violence debacle, to openly smoking and promoting marijuana — Riri just doesn't seem to care about what others think!
Not to be outdone by Sinead, Miley has had her fair share of controversial moments over the years, too. Aside from her wild antics on-stage, and wildly provocative performances, she even openly endorsed the drug "molly" in one of her interviews. Oh, how the teen queen has changed!
This ex talk show host is known for her brutal honesty and sharp tongue, especially when it comes to her opinions on other celebs. Some of her most controversial comments include saying Tori Spelling looks like a man, and criticizing Mariah Carey for being "ridiculous" and there being "nothing real about her."
The 'Girls' star is never afraid to share her opinions on other celebs, even if it means being totally controversial. For example, after Howard Stern famously called her a "fat Jonah Hill-looking girl," Lena hit back with a witty comment of her own, likening Stern to a "cartoon of a female Jewish horse."