Adrian Grenier's documentary Teenage Paparazzo aired on HBO last night, and explored not only the life of a celebrity photographer, but gossip, tabloids and fame itself.
You can't read People on an iPad yet, allegedly because paparazzi want to get paid extra for the use of their photos there. Would a paparazzi-free People be that different?
Yay, more celebrity-centered junk filling up the newsstands: Wenner Media, which publishes Us Weekly and Rolling Stone, has announced that it will be creating a celebrity fashion spinoff quarterly from Us. The spinoff is said to be inspired by People's StyleWatch a special edition that is published 10 times a year and…
Today's New York Times 'Thursday Styles' section takes a minute to note that other, less high-brow publications have suddenly gotten interested in politics. In fact, they report that everyone from People to US Weekly to TMZ to Inside Edition are covering the race alongside less important stories like Britney's recent…
The question of who fathered Anna Nicole Smith's baby girl Dannielynn has been perhaps the biggest paternity puzzle since some virgin got knocked up around 2000 years ago. Now, as everyone knows, the mystery of Dannielynn's paternity was solved on April 10 when doctors revealed that photographer Larry Birkhead is…
This quote popped up in In Touch magazine, on the subject of the Britney/Paris/Lindsay crotch trifecta.
We're contemplating naming December 6th Jennifer Aniston day, in tribute to her blinding brilliance in messing with the celeb weeklies.
Who's fat, who's feuding and who caught what from Paris Hilton this week, after the jump with our celebrity weekly round-up.
As Hollywood's teen anorexics flee the clutches of squishy-faced stylist Rachel Zoe, Us Weekly stands firmly against the hordes to bring us Zoe's top ten hot must-haves of the season. Hey! Ordinary magazine readers have eating disorders too!
Janet Jackson's recent US Magazine cover garnered record breaking sales, so the buzz goes. And it was indeed, quite an eye catcher:
Who's fat? Who's lonely? Who's feuding? Celebrity weekly round-up after the jump.
It's never easy losing a job. On top of the humiliation of being frog-marched out of the building in tears by the steroid-abusing former army corporal turned security guard, you worry how will you pay the rent, the bills, your dealer - it's a very stressful time. But at least you have love. Oops. No you don't, because…
Editor-in-Chief of In Touch, Richard Spencer sent a team of ninjas off to the MTV Movie Awards on June 4. Pausing only to peruse the plastically pumped automaton formerly known as "The Ugly Simpson Sister", the daring band of hired killers stepped silently over the corpse of Nick Lachey's career and darted backstage…
Over at their trendy new "blog", Us Magazine are running a count of the time elapsed since Britney was last photographed with aspiring rapper and sperm donor Kevin Federline (75 days, 12 hours, 58 minutes and 45 seconds at the time of writing).
They're dancing in the streets in Namibia! Special prayers are being said in Church! Shiloh Nouvel Jolie-Pitt's tears cure cancer! I for one, welcome our new infant overlord!
People Magazine commemorates the anniversary of the disappearance of pretty blonde white so she matters Natalee Holloway in Aruba last year, with a handy cut out and keep ten most vital questions on the matter.
People Magazine's cover predictably goes with the St Paul of Beatlemania divorce, and guess what? Heather Mills is a cow! Who knew?
Well done Angelina.