A trash-talking DJ set off Sienna Miller on Tuesday with a flurry of insults.
Adam Richard interviewed the “G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra” villainess and co-star Rachel Nichols on the Australian “Matt & Jo” radio show, and it didn’t take long for the conversation to head south.
After the DJ referred to Nichols as “the green b**** from ‘Star Trek’” and referred to one of their scenes as a “scrag fight,” he asked Sienna if she’d been cast because she was a real-life bad girl.
“Don’t you dare even go there,” Sienna responded. “And no, I’m an actress. I don’t think I am a bad girl, but thanks for calling me that… d*****bag.”
Richard then asked Rachel Nichols about her stint on “Alias” – where she worked alongside Balthazar Getty, who had an infamous fling with Sienna last year.
“Sienna, you’ve met him, haven’t you?” the DJ teased.
“Oh, piss off,” Sienna responded. “Honestly, we’re here to talk about a film.. You’ve called us scags, bitches, knocked up – we’re not here to talk about him. But yes, as you know, I’ve met him. What a scoop, congratulations.”
The DJ then steered the conversation back to the film, and to Sienna’s looks.
“You’re wearing a skin-tight lycra, does that put a lot of pressure on you to watch what you eat, go to the gym every five minutes?” he asked before a publicist interrupted the conversation to say it would be the last question.
“No… we trained really hard for this,” Rachel responded before the girls signed off.
“G.I. Joe” is due in theaters on August 7.