Singer, dancer, icon, and Trolls cast member Justin Timberlake participated in the great democratic experiment we call these United States of America yesterday, documenting his personal contribution in his hometown of Memphis. What the critically-acclaimed artist behind FutureSex/LoveSounds didn’t realize, as noted by …
Tawny Willoughby used to tan four to five times a week. She even had a tanning bed in her home in high school. Then one of her friends from nursing school was diagnosed with skin cancer. Then so was Willoughby. Now she’s posted a selfie of what her cancer treatment looks like in order to raise awareness of skin…
Before this video, I thought there were only two reasons to go to a baseball game: One, to eat as many garlic fries as possible before vomiting and 2, arguing with the people in front of you about something of no actual consequence. Now I know there are three reasons to go. The third reason? Glorious, shameless,…
Instagram and Twitter-addicted celebs will have to put their iPhones on pause during this Monday’s Met Gala. The Metropolitan Museum of Art sent out a notice to guests stating that neither picture-taking nor social media will be permitted inside the annual event. As we know, Anna Wintour isn’t the hugest fan of the …
John Mayer got a lot of Internet bloggers' heads scratching today when he posted this overly manipulated/filtered image of himself to Instagram on Monday.
Selfie, the ABC sitcom that has been described by watchers as "pretty good, actually" and "not as bad as I thought it would be," is the latest sitcom from the fall lineup to get canceled after its first season: its death is preceded by Manhattan Love Story (ABC), Bad Judge (NBC) and A to Z (NBC).
WEEEEEE!!! DANG!!! U SEE ME? Yeah, baby, just hanging out! Life's a wild ride, isn't it? Dang. How long you been in the city?? Me, just a couple days. Couple days and a couple nights! Got in Tuesday, to be exact. JUST BEEN HANGIN RIGHT HERE EVER SINCE! Just hangin out on the F train, man!!! Where you going? WEEEE…
Hello Friends and welcome back to Selfie Loathing, a roundup of celebrity Instagrams, presented without comment. Let us not tarry.
He's a friendless, crabby, workaholic who hates the internet. She's a similarly friendless, shallow, Instagram rockstar. It's a tale as old as time. ABC just released the pilot for their new show Selfie, and it should probably just be called Pygmalion: There's An App For That.
It's been about eight months since selfie officially gained status as the 2013 Oxford Dictionary Word of the Year, and the selfie game is stronger than ever. I suppose we will never lose interest in gazing into ourselves at arm's length and then submitting that image to friends and strangers on the internet. But now…
A couple on vacation captured the moment lightning hit dangerously close to them as they tried to take a selfie.
Queen Elizabeth, the English-speaking world's poker-faced great great aunt, has spent much of her life participating in painstakingly staged photo ops. Ergo, it's pretty tough to catch her in a candid moment. But smartphones are changing that—witness today's grinning appearance on Instagram.
Police say nude photographs of a California high school teacher were sent to more than 200 students from his hacked email account.
WESTWOOD, CA - JUNE 10: Actor Channing Tatum takes a selfie with fans during the Premiere Of Columbia Pictures' '22 Jump Street' at Regency Village Theatre on June 10, 2014 in Westwood, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)
All problems in the world (famine, drought, blight) can be avoided by not shooting photos or videos vertically. That is a lesson one woman learned when she tried to take a selfie with her favorite hip-hop group B-Minus and accidentally set her hair alight.
It's time for that part of the year where we helplessly debate why esteemed publications are succumbing to all the things we make fun of on blogs. Merriam-Webster is once again trolling all the people who paid way too much for their English Lit degrees with its annual list of new dictionary words.
Oh, no! Selfie — a new sitcom starring John Cho and Karen Gillan that's slated to come to ABC this fall — looks absolutely terrrrrrrrrrible.
First it was a sorority at the University of Alabama, now it's Bryant University, which is asking its graduating students to refrain from taking selfies while they walk in May.
This is everything that is wrong with everything.
Yay! After his campy-yet-moving stint on Sleepy Hollow, John Cho will be back on our TV screens with his role in Selfie, a pilot from Suburgatory creator Emily Kapnek. The pilot also stars Karen Gillan of Doctor Who fame.