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Rose McGowan Skewers That ‘F**king Douche’ Alyssa Milano

Rose McGowan shut down Alyssa Milano after the former "Charmed" star mentioned her in her book "Sorry Not Sorry".

Hollywood star-turned-woke liberal activist Alyssa Milano has written a new book about her life called “Sorry Not Sorry,” and in it, she wrote about her feud with her former “Charmed” costar Rose McGowan. Unfortunately for Milano, however, McGowan did not take this well, and she minced no words as she fired back on Twitter. 

The actresses, both of whom have a flare for the dramatic, starred as half-sisters Paige and Phoebe on the popular WB television series “Charmed” from 2001 to 2006. There is no love lost, however, between these on-screen sister witches as they’ve exchanged insults over the years.

McGowan has repeatedly called out leftist Milano for hypocrisy and accused her of creating a “toxic” environment on the set of the popular drama.

Now, it looks like Milano went on the offense with what appears to be a veiled jab at McGowan in her new book.

Rose McGowan Shuts Down Alyssa Milano 

In an excerpt from her book, Milano seemingly referred to McGowan when she wrote, “There was once a rose in my life that I loved particularly strongly… Roses used to be my favorite flower, but I no longer grow them. I’ve been pricked too many times.” 

When user @Charmed_Reunion tweeted the excerpt reportedly referring to McGowan, she fired back.

True to form, the 48 year old kept her response simple yet blunt: “What a f***ing douche.”

This family feud just won’t die.

How Did Charmed Star Rose McGowan And Alyssa Milano’s Feud Start?

Milano recently addressed the long-standing feud with ET’s Kevin Frazier.

While discussing her book, “Sorry Not Sorry,” Milano said, “I could take responsibility for a lot of our tension that we had. I think a lot of our struggle came from feeling that I was in competition rather than it being that sisterhood that the show was so much about.”

The actress, who got her big break as a child on “Who’s The Boss,” went so far as to admit, “I have some guilt about my part in that.”

So why would Milano feel guilty?

As the legend goes, the show’s producer was forced to choose between costars Shannon Doherty and Alyssa Milano. Charmed producer Aaron Spelling reportedly chose Milano.

The choice was interesting because he also produced the 90’s teen sensation “90210” starring Doherty. But the choice also strained the relationships among the cast, which clearly continue to this day.

Rose McGowan And Alyssa Milano Duke It Out Over Politics

This isn’t the first time the former “Charmed” costars have publicly tussled. Last year, the two locked horns on Twitter after the Democratic National Convention.

McGowan was on the attack against Democrats with Milano feverishly rushing to defend her beloved party.

The former tweeted that the Democrats never “solve ANYTHING” nor help anyone. In response, Milano tweeted a thread of ways she says the Democratic Party has made “the world a better place.”

Their political debate devolved into personal attacks with McGowan accusing Milano of co-opting #metoo and creating a “toxic” environment on the set of “Charmed.”

McGowan seemingly came out the victor of this round as #AlyssaMilanoIsALie eventually began to trend.

Read more: Rose McGowan Exposes Alyssa Milano’s “Appalling Behavior” That Made ‘Charmed’ Set “Toxic”

Alyssa Milano Defends Joe Biden

Earlier in 2020, McGowan branded Milano a “fraud” after she defended Joe Biden in the wake of Tara Reade’s sexual assault allegation.

As a so-called #metoo supporter, Milano’s silence on the Biden allegation caused some to question her authenticity. The loudest of which was McGowan.

She publicly called Milano “a lie,” contrasting Milano’s attacks on Trump and Kavanaugh against her defense of Biden.

Read more: Rose McGowan Slams ‘Fraud’ Alyssa Milano For Supporting Biden After Sexual Assault Claims

At every turn it seems that McGowan is there to check Milano on her behavior. It makes you wonder if there’s more to this “Charmed” feud than meets the eye.

Many would agree that Milano’s antics and double standards grow tiresome. She doesn’t seem to know much about politics or policy yet uses her celebrity as a bullhorn to push an aggressively leftist agenda.

Perhaps Rose McGowan hit the nail on the head with her synopsis of Alyssa Milano. What do you think?

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