11 pairs of celebrity friends with huge height differences
Jenni "JWOWW" Farley towers over former "Jersey Shore" costar Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi.
Former "Community" costars Joel McHale and Kevin Jeong are a foot apart in height.
Dwayne Johnson is nearly a foot taller than his "brother for life" Kevin Hart.
At 5 feet 7 inches, Jenni "JWOWW" Farley towers over Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, who is 4 feet 8 inches.
Farley and Polizzi starred together on MTV's "Jersey Shore" from 2009 to 2012, then had their own show, "Snooki & Jwoww," for four seasons.
Dwayne Johnson (6 feet 5 inches) is nearly a foot taller than his "brother for life" Kevin Hart (5 feet 2 inches).
Johnson and Hart have starred in several films together, including "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" and "Hobbs & Shaw," and they even took a friendship quiz in a YouTube video for Unilad.
"He is definitely one of my best friends," Johnson told Jimmy Kimmel during a 2019 appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live." "It's a real friendship, it was one that I didn't anticipate. Especially as you kind of get older in life, it's not like in high school or college where you just have like a lot of best friends. No, he has become truly a great, great friend."
Taylor Swift stands at 5 feet 11 inches, while fellow singer Selena Gomez is 5 foot 5.
Gomez and Swift met in 2005. Gomez told Kiss FM UK in 2017 they met because they were both dating Jonas brothers at the time.
"She was the girl with the big curly hair and the bracelets and the cowboy boots, and I was definitely up-and-coming. We just clicked," Gomez said.
The two have remained close through the years, promoting each other's albums and supporting each other's projects.
Swift made a surprise video-call appearance on an episode of Gomez's HBO Max cooking show, "Selena + Chef," in August 2020. She introduced Swift to celebrity chef Roy Choi as her "best friend." Swift also posted a TikTok of her and Gomez hanging out backstage during "Saturday Night Live" when Swift was the musical guest in November.
While singers Blake Shelton (6 feet 5 inches) and Kelly Clarkson (5 feet 3 inches) were rivals as judges on "The Voice," they're friends in real life.
Shelton told E! News in 2018 that he and Clarkson have "been friends forever."
"She makes everything fun," he said.
Clarkson was married to Shelton's manager, Brandon Blackstock, from 2013 to 2021. Amid their divorce, TMZ reported that Shelton fired Clarkson's ex-husband as his manager.
At 5 feet 11 inches, Nicole Kidman is a head taller than longtime friend Naomi Watts, who is 5 feet 5 inches.
Kidman and Watts have been friends since the early 1990s, when they starred together on the Australian show "Flirting" while attending the same high school, Vulture reported.
They threw a party for their 25th friendship anniversary in 2017.
"We had a big party that night," Kidman told the Australian talk show "Today," per the Daily Mail. "We were wild that night! We're proud of that. That's a really important thing to emphasize the friendships that have sustained decades and decades."
Jack McBrayer (5 foot 10) and Alexander Skarsgård (6 foot 4) have been friends for some time, often appearing at awards shows together.
McBrayer attended the 2018 SAG Awards with Skarsgård and the pair joked around during the show and at an after-party. They were also photographed attending a Golden Globes after-party in 2017 and a "True Blood" season premiere in 2012.
McBrayer and Skarsgård even made a "Funny or Die" video about being best friends heading out on an Antarctic adventure together.
"We were incredibly close until we spent nine days together on a boat in bunk beds," Skarsgård joked during an Esquire interview.
Tom Holland is 5 foot 8, while his "Avengers" and "Onward" costar Chris Pratt is 6 foot 2.
During an "Onward" press interview, shared on ABC 30 Action News, Pratt talked about his close relationship with Holland and explained how he mentored the young actor.
"When I met Tom, about four or five years ago, kind of coming into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, I felt myself in this position to finally be able to extend the same kind of, like, loving support and voice that I know meant so much to me, hearing it from my brother, and my sister when I was coming up," he said.
Holland added, "Chris is kinda like my big brother in lots of ways."
Leslie Jones, who is 6 feet tall, and Kate McKinnon, who is 5 feet 3 inches, starred together on "Saturday Night Live" and in the 2016 reboot of "Ghostbusters."
McKinnon told Refinery29 in 2016 that she and Jones became "sisters for life" with the rest of the "Ghostbusters" cast.
"Leslie and I have worked together for two years at 'SNL,'" McKinnon said. "We were very close by the time we got there to film and got so much closer, pathologically closer, over the course of the summer in fact."
Ken Jeong (5 feet 4 inches) and Joel McHale (6 feet 4 inches) starred together on the sitcom "Community," where they became "thick as thieves."
In an interview with Variety, McHale said he and Jeong were "thick as thieves" after six seasons of "Community."
"Ken is one of the easiest people to talk to," McHale said. "And that was so valuable on set. You know, 'Community' was fraught with all sorts of controversy, and Ken was one of the rocks."
After the show wrapped, Jeong and McHale hosted a podcast together, filmed commercials for Planters peanuts, and continue to appear as panelists on "The Masked Singer."
Snoop Dogg stands at 6 feet 4 inches, while Martha Stewart is 5 feet 9 inches.
Stewart and Snoop have bonded over time spent in the kitchen as hosts of "Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party," "Martha & Snoop's Potluck Party Challenge," and a Halloween baking show called "Snoop and Martha's Very Tasty Halloween."
Stewart wrote about their friendship in the introduction to Snoop's cookbook, "From Crook to Cook: Platinum Recipes from Tha Boss Dogg's Kitchen."
"Snoop and I have a special bond that dates back to when he first appeared on the 'Martha Stewart Show' in 2008. Our relationship was born from our connection to food as we whipped up some cognac mashed potatoes and green brownies," she wrote. "Working with Snoop in the kitchen has been a remarkable experience for me. Not only has he taught me new lingo and cultural references, he surprised me with his unique cooking techniques and recipes."
Rob Delaney (6 feet 3 inches) and Sharon Horgan (5 feet 8 inches) were internet friends before they co-created the TV show "Catastrophe."
Horgan and Delaney met through Twitter and became writing partners and co-stars on their show "Catastrophe," in which they play a married couple.
"[...] Rob veers much more towards a sweeter telling of stories, whereas I'm a lot harsher," Horgan told The Guardian in 2015. "But it works well for the show because we just kind of blend the style. He rubs my corners off and I try to kick some of the sweetness out of him."
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