This won’t come as any surprise to you, but guess what? Justin Bieber isn’t packing as much heat as his Calvin Klein ads suggest.
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Oopsies! Looks like Justin Bieber isn’t as manly as Calvin Klein hoped he would be…
However, the “Boyfriend” crooner seems to have been… More »
A lot of people have given up on Justin Bieber following his long list of legal troubles and out-of-control behavior… But one of his biggest mentors still
Following a Twitter tantrum in which he complained about losing the cover of Rolling Stone to Philip Seymour Hoffman, Drake has issued an apology. It’s pretty much exactly what you’d expect it to be: I apologize, no disrespect to the family, my mistake, I’m sorry, blah blah blah. … More »
Move over, Taylor Swift. There’s another Victoria’s Secret controversy.
Miranda Kerr’s teeny tiny waist in a recent photo sent the Twitter-sphere into a tizzy over what looked liked a heavy-handed Photoshop job.
And it was retouched, only the supermodel had nothing to do with it, posting the correct photo to her… More »
British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli once said that “a university should be a place of light, of liberty, and of learning.” These days it is also a place for teenagers to make #viral videos: original #content designed to enhance their personal #brands. Except at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan where the modern studies of… More »
Don’t invite Russell Brand to your party if you can’t handle a little controversy.
Brand was given the Oracle Award at last week’s GQ UK Men of the Year Awards, but reportedly barred from entering the after-party after making some jokes about the evening’s sponsor, and tailor to Adolf Hitler, Hugo Boss. … More »
Fans of Paula Deen’s are organizing. Using the name Butter for Paula, a group is encouraging the TV chef’s fans to mail butter wrappers to the companies that dropped her after Deen admit to having used the n-word during a deposition. The Butter for Paula website claims “a company without Paula is like a wrapper… More »
The cover of Rolling Stone is usually reserved for rock stars, celebrities and Johnny Depp in redface. But the magazine’s August 3rd issue features none other than Boston marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. The choice is an obvious ploy for attention — some are calling the magazine “Trolling Stone” — but nonetheless it’s sparked intense… More »
Serena Williams was the target of a lot of rage online (including some from me) yesterday in response to a quote from her Rolling Stone profile in which she blames the 16-year-old victim in last year’s Steubenville rape case. In a not-so-shocking move, Williams has released a statement on her own website.
What happened… More »