It seems it is not easy to work with Mariah Carey. While promoting the upcoming Amy Poehler and Will Ferrell comedy film "The House," Ferrell skirted the issue of why the Mariah Carey cameo never made it to the final cut.

He recently visited the "Late Night With Seth Meyers" show to talk about the film, during which he gave hints about Carey's attitude while on set filming the movie. He shared that "there were suggestions [from Carey] that weren't executed," but he didn't go into detail as to what suggestions they were. Thankfully, another star from the film, Rob Huebel dished on the details.

Rob Huebel calls out Mariah Carey for on-set behavior

Entertainment Weekly reported that Rob Huebel, who also stars in the Will Ferrell comedy "The House," was recently on the SiriusXM’s Entertainment Weekly Radio to promote the film. He admitted that the reshoots with Mariah Carey "did not go well," adding with frustration, "F—ing what is going on with her? It was bananas." The 48-year old actor shared that the Grammy Award-winning singer arrived very late on set and had some odd demands. On top of that, Carey refused to carry out the ideas they had for her character in the film. Huebel explained that they were going to do a bit in which Carey's on-screen character was going to be shot, to which she commented, "‘I don’t think my character would get killed by bullets.

What if I deflected them like Wonder Woman?’"

Cedric Yarbrough echoes sentiments of Will Ferrell

Will Ferrell and Rob Huebel aren't the only ones speaking about Mariah Carey's odd behavior while filming "The House." Actor and comedian Cedric Yarbrough also spoke out, writing in a now-deleted Facebook post that the idea was to have Carey perform in the underground casino that Amy Poehler and Will Ferrell's characters run in order to raise money for their daughter's college tuition.

However, Carey did not want to do what she was hired to do and instead gave out other suggestions.

Yarbrough wrote, "This lady was unprofessional and borderline abusive to our director, who tried to appease her every wish." He wrote that while he understands that she may have had a bad day, it would not justify her actions towards the cast and crew.

"Our crew didn't deserve that, our director didn't...This kind of behavior just isn't cool."

Following these events, E! News reported that Mariah Carey's part in the film did not make the cut. "The House" is directed by Andrew Jay Cohen and stars Will Ferrell, Amy Poehler, Jason Mantzoukas, Nick Kroll, and Jeremy Renner. It opens in theaters this June 30. Check out the trailer below.