Desperate Housewives may be one of the most popular shows on TV but the catty behaviour that you often see on screen seems to have been carrying on whilst the cameras stop rolling. Nicoleltte Sheridan's court case against the show's producers, ABC and its henchman, Marc Cherry is still on-going. And now, the media's attention has turned to the rift between Teri Hatcher and, well, pretty much the rest of the female leads in the show.
Hatcher was notably absent from the show's wrap party - a pretty big omission, given that she has been a part of the show since it began in 2004. Not only that, but she didn't turn up to the more public final farewell party at W Hotel in Hollywood last week. Celebuzz also revealed that the 'girls' (i.e. Eva Longoria, MARCIA CROSS, Felicity Huffman and Vanessa Williams. all of the main ones except Teri) clubbed together to buy luggage gifts for the crew as a parting present. "The girls don't get along with Teri so they organized this and left her out," a source told Celebuzz.
Hatcher has sworn that she won't kiss and tell on the behind-the-scenes drama - perhaps she feels that Nicollette Sheridan's court case has done enough damage to the show's reputation. She did, however, recently email TV Guide and say "I will never disclose the true and complicated journey of us all, but I wish everyone on this show well. Marc created out of thin air a majestic street called Wisteria Lane... and four really complimentary characters: a selfish girl, a harried woman, a repressed control freak and a soul-searching, well-meaning fumbler. Those four characters and the actresses who played them seemed to meld together in a way that harkens the phrase 'once in a lifetime.'"