Justin Bieber has not granted a solo interview in almost two years, and won't release new music until next year. Yet his life — his behavior, his arrest, his lawsuits — continues to make headlines. What the hell is going on in Camp Bieber?
Today the New York Times reports that celebrities don't just hire publicists to issue denials that no one believes. They also lecture the stars on how maintain their privacy online and not make asinine comments on social media sites, though it seems they rarely listen.
Her song "Pretty Girl Rock" — with lyrics like "Get yourself together don't hate (never do it)/ jealousy is the ugliest trait (don't ever do it)/ I can talk about it cause I know that I'm pretty /And if you know it too then ladies sing it with me" — is sort of an anthem for confidence (or, um, lookism?), and Keri…
Kes$ha is in on the joke, you guys. She knows she is utterly ridiculous, and she is going with it. For some reason her management won't let her sing "Dance Magic Dance" (made famous by David Bowie in Labyrinth) on stage while she's on tour. But whatever. Eric Spitznagel's interview with the pop star includes…
Jenni Farley — who appears in today's New York Post wearing a ballgown and tiara — admits that she wasn't exactly girly, growing up:
This fan site slash hateration dump alleges all kinds of supposedly scandalous things: Emma's had a nose job! Emma's a flirt! Emma wants anonymity and celebrity at the same time! Emma had SEX!
Stop me if you've heard this one before. A former NYC restaurant maitre d' attempting to gin up publicity for a book says of Gwynnie: "If you're not worthy, it's like you're not there."
What follows is an imaginary conversation between Jennifer Aniston and her agent.
In Johnny Weir's soon-to-be-released autobiography, for the first time, he discusses the fact that he is gay.
"I didn't mean to," Kim said to a crowd in Las Vegas on New Year's Eve, "but I did this song with The-Dream." Didn't mean to? Uh-huh. Yeah. Sure.
Next month at Bonhams & Butterfields auction house in Los Angeles, some random personal items — and some never-before-seen photographs — of Marilyn Monroe will be available for purchase.
In a response to Willow's "Whip My Hair," rapper MattyB sees little girls twirling their tresses and raps, "This makes me worry about these ladies' safety." And: "Look at 'em. Think it's a neck spasm?" Kinda cute, kinda annoying.
Holy crap. Some are saying Toda Teen Star magazine turned the pop star in to Justine Bieber, but he also looks like the doll from the campfire stories that comes alive at night and stabs you.
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.