Spencer Pratt Starts Beef With Lou Diamond Phillips

Pratt faults the actor for not giving Speidi a bed on 'I'm a Celebrity.'

Spencer Pratt certainly loves a good beef. After moving on from his feud with Lauren Conrad on "The Hills," he launched a battle with fellow white rapper Asher Roth earlier this year. Then, he found himself in a good war of words with "Today" show co-host Al Roker. Now, Pratt says he's got a bone to pick with "I'm a Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here!" contestant Lou Diamond Phillips.

"I'll throw something down," Spencer Pratt told MTV News. "To be honest, I think he's a great person, but Lou Diamond Phillips, I'm sure nobody watching this even knows who you are. I'm sorry, wrong demographic. But you were in a movie 30 years ago that I liked, 'Young Guns.' "

Spencer doesn't hate on the actor (who incidentally, starred in "Young Guns" only 21 years ago) for not currently having the kind of fame that Spencer has amassed most recently. This beef's foundation lies in an incident that took place out in Costa Rica. "Moral of the story is, the fact that you didn't give the married couple the bed when you were the leader and Heidi was sick ... I hope I don't see you in the streets."

Although Spencer had some issues with Phillips, Heidi, on the other hand, didn't walk away from the show hating anyone. "I didn't dislike anyone. I really like them all," she said. "I think they're all really sweet and I hope I see them all again."

The couple, who had a dust-up with Roker after their appearance on "Today" on Monday, told MTV News earlier this week that they were horrified upon arriving at the set of "I'm a Celebrity" in Costa Rica. "When we walked into the camp, I was like, 'We're out of here,' " Spencer said. "I was picturing, like, a lagoon next to a beach, something out of 'Lost,' with beautiful sunrises and sunsets."

Heidi added, "The minute we walked in I started crying — I never cry. I cry, like, once every three years, and so I just started crying. And then I got really sick and went to the hospital, and that's when we were like, 'Maybe the jungle is not for Speidi.' "