Caught on cam: Davao Mayor Sara Duterte punches a sheriff, Marian Rivera yells at an intruder on the Dyesebel set, Gerald Anderson breaks down at the Till My Heartaches End press con, and more.
(SPOT.ph) "Lalaki nagwala sa Mendiola." We've seen the headline all too often, plastered on broadsheets, lurking inside the pages of tabloids. The truth is, things can get emotionally intense whether you're a celebrity, politician, or just the average Juan dela Cruz. The only difference? Entertainment value.
As SPOT.ph rounds up the most memorable (not to mention, hilarious) celebrity oubursts in recent history, we're reminding everyone think twice before following the age-old advice: "Never bottle up feelings, set them free." You never know when the stealthy papparazzi—by profession or by habit—could capture your weakest moment on cam.
Take the SPOT.ph Poll: Which celebrity do you think had the most outrageous outburst?
Marian Rivera circa 2008 yelling at an intruder on the Dyesebel set.
10. Marian Rivera
If the rumors are true, then there’s more to this doe-eyed beauty than meets the eye. While Rivera boasts one of the sweetest faces in local showbiz, there have been numerous reports of her alleged “diva” outbursts, the most recent of which was her rift with actress Heart Evangelista in June.
Rivera reportedly yelled at and threatened her Temptation Island co-star after the latter announced her excitement to work with Rivera’s boyfriend, Dingdong Dantes. Just last year, Rivera also made headlines after reports spread that she allegedly locked rookie actress Bella Padilla in a bathroom and confronted her about pressing her breasts against Dantes during their scenes in the soap, Endless Love.
Rivera’s first publicized tantrum was back in 2008 when a video of her screaming at an unnamed man on the set of Dyesebel went viral on the Internet. However, Rivera reasoned that the man had been rude and was recording the set without permission. In the video, the Dyesebel crew was blocking curious passersby from the ruckus and asking them to leave the premises.