Celebrity is a narcissistic business. Since Bieber entered the business, his career has grown at the hands of music executives who stood to make a profit on his popularity, not his mental health.
If you've ever worried that age plays a major factor in life's gratification, talk to Thelma Houston. You'll likely find that, yes, it does: Kids are ...
As a reporter for the Chicago Sun Times, I saw celebs crash and burn more times than I like to remember. Up close and personal, sometimes. Fame i...
We don't hate you because you're famous. We don't hate you because you're rich. We don't hate you because you're beautiful. (I'm talking to you, Bruce Dern.) We hate you because of your crappy acceptance speeches. Well, that and because you're famous.
Let me preface this by saying "meet" is a very strong word. Two years ago I had the privilege of standing next to Queen Bey in a moshpit at a Watch the Throne concert. Standing next to one of the most powerful people on Earth, I had a few powerful revelations.
The backstage passes get the fans stirred up. "How did you get that?" they ask. Or even,"Who are you?" or "Why do you get to go backstage?" I usually say, "Well, the lead guitarist is an old friend," and the yearning in their eyes deepens.
When you put a bunch of actors and actresses in tight, drunken quarters for three hours or more, there's bound to be some solid bitch moments.
When food porn -- as it is sometimes called -- is your thing, social media is the place to go.
I did not watch the VMA's. I was up with you. I was helping with your feedings. I burped you. I made sure your diaper was fresh and I also made sure that your swaddle was tight. I am the king of swaddling.
It looks like Big Sean had a direct phone call with Santa this year, requesting her new diamond bling arrive in time for the holiday photo ops.
The only people I can recall, or find via research, that Palin, Hannity and Beck have defended using the freedom of speech argument, are the ones that got into trouble for making comments against blacks or homosexuals. Could that really be possible?
Celebrity weight loss stories are called out as destructive and anti-feminist. And yet, there's something refreshing -- and, perhaps, even healthy -- about those celebrities who publicly discuss their ups and downs.
So let's clear this up: Phil Robertson was not deprived of his First Amendment rights. He was absolutely free to make the comments he made. He was not arrested or charged with any crime. In fact, the government stayed completely out of it.
Well done Volvo. You created an overnight buzz and got every media outlet to talk about your company. Isn't that what marketing is all about? They nailed it.
"All Growz Up" explores what popular comedians wanted to be when they grew up and how that's panned out for them. Join me on this insightful journey into the little minds that became the big minds we love today.
It's interesting to see how often we relate narcissism to celebrities and how the media very quickly labels those folks narcissists. We have a thing about celebrities and prominent people these days.