When I was 19, everything I did was stupid. I skipped class. I smoked Marlboro 27s. I snuck rum into a children’s movie and drank it out of a garbage bag. I went skinny dipping in the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool. I dated a philosophy major. These were all mistakes, but none of my friends ever blew up my spot…
Last night, after Sia says she became aware that someone was trying to sell naked photos of her, she decided to come right out and release one herself.
Natalie Morales, who plays professional tennis player Rosemary Casals in the just-released Battle of the Sexes, called out a paparazzi photographer for some particularly creepy photos they took of her at the film’s premiere.
Just hours after French tabloid Voici published the first blurry photos of George and Amal’s twins on the cover of their latest issue, Monsieur Clooney himself has revealed he intends to prosecute the publication for printing what he claims were “illegally” obtained photos.
A day after the goss about Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston hooking up on a lover’s rock in Rhode Island, TMZ and other super concerned paparazzi tried bombarding Swift’s most recent ex Adam “Calvin Harris” Wiles in a parking garage with questions about how he’s feeling right now.
In case you hadn’t noticed, we were all photographed behind Gigi Hadid Wednesday afternoon as she left her New York City apartment. Hadid, dressed in a mock turtleneck dress with a flowing black coat, was chatting with someone on the phone (perhaps Yolanda, perhaps Bella, definitely not Zayn) as you and I, dressed in…
First comes Slavek, and no one seems particularly excited, but at about 18 seconds into this video of a Czech’s zoo’s newest hippo, the cameras start clicking rapidly.
This afternoon, Kanye West kicked off New York Fashion Week with a presentation of his Yeezy Season 3 collection for Adidas, as well as a listening session for his forthcoming album, The Life of Pablo. Though the event was screened in theaters all over the world and streamed via Tidal, Jezebel was on hand at Madison…
Kensington Palace issued a letter Friday appealing to the media to stop publishing unauthorized photos of Prince George, who has become subject to “an increasing number of incidents of paparazzi harassment.”
Tina Knowles is not about to wild out on a paparazzo in public, but she will kindly advise one to leave their family the fuck alone, like she did on Tuesday.
Mother died today. Or maybe yesterday; I can't be sure. Speaking of mothers, yesterday an upstart musician of the rap persuasion by the name of Shawn Corey Carter visited the Louvre Museum in Paris with another noteworthy musician who happens to be his wife and the mother to their young, hue-monikered daughter.
The celebrity industrial complex shows no signs of slowing down, and the business of tracking public figures continues to be lucrative. Just ask Vlad, a paparazzo who drives a brand new Mercedes E350, which he paid for in cash.
Who would rather see in a celeb tabloid—Dylan McDermott doing push-ups or Zach Galifianakis eating at a cafe? This is just one of the many questions paparazzis have to answer every day in the name of their livelihood.
Like throwing a lit match on a puddle of gasoline, Access Hollywood arranged a segment in which Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard — who have campaigned for magazines to stop publishing photographs of celebrity kids — sat down with the owner of a paparazzi agency. Kaboom.
Since announcing that they wanted to stop media organizations from publishing photos of celebrity children without their consent, Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard have been campaigning hard to make that happen. And looks like they're actually getting somewhere.
Earlier this week, Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell asked their fans to boycott magazines that use photos of celebrity children taken by the paparazzi. In a post that went up on his Tumblr Friday entitled "Celebrity Orgy," Shepard expanded on his rationale behind joining the ranks of celebrities who have gotten…
February's issue of Vanity Fair features a pretty icky firsthand account of Nigella Lawson's very public strangling at the hands of her estranged husband Charles Saatchi from the one person who probably knows more about the incident than Saatchi and Lawson: the paparazzo who took that unrelenting series photos of the…
Governor Jerry Brown has signed SB606, the bill intended to protect the children of famous people and public figures, legislation Halle Berry has made her pet project.