With Justin Bieber becoming the first person to reach 40 million followers on Twitter (nearly eight million more than President Obama), it has become appallingly obvious that we no longer judge people based on character, integrity or even their contribution to society.
Mattie Kahn Ah, sanity. It can be so aesthetically limiting. Thankfully, not everyone feels bound by its strictures. Ever the trend-setting bunch, s...
Whether you're into Bieber or the Bard, if you are a Chocoholic, batty for bacon, or if you just love to eat good food and see first-rate theater, Stratford, Ontario is one fun Getaway.
Justin Bieber smoking weed seems to be the hot topic this week. Allegedly he does it while riding his segway or while getting chased by Keyshawn Johnson.
Two-thirds of our most hated celebrities are women, and females count for seven of the top 10 slots. What makes Gwyneth Paltrow 20 times more hateable than Chris Brown?
While the quest for fame and fortune has become a goal for many, if used correctly, Twitter and other social mediums can help form the connections and opportunities the person may need to reach their goals.
I need to be honest about something right from the jump: I'm not a fan of Justin Bieber (*braces for the full wrath of the Bieliebers*).
"Fiction has put up a valiant struggle over the years to be stranger than actual current events," said Fiction spokesperson Mickey Solls. "But frankly, it's decided that the time is right to throw in the towel. Congratulations, Truth -- you win."
Glee's Matthew Morrison, a featured face of the Artists for Education special, credits two teachers at his performing arts school with the inspiration for his on-screen character, Spanish teacher and glee club coach Mr. Schuester.
The pop sensation is in the news for writing in the guestbook at the Anne Frank museum that the young Jewish woman was a "great girl" and that she would be a "Belieber" if she were alive with him today. A question comes to mind in the present frenzy: Can anything be sacred?
By Juli Weiner, Vanity Fair For your edification, a look back...
G.I. Joe: Retaliation director Jon M. Chu stops by to chat about converting the upcoming film to 3D, working with Channing Tatum and The Rock, and how this film will blow the first out of the water!
By Julie Miller, Vanity Fair By Tomasz Stanczak/Agencja Gazeta/REUTERS On Monday, Justin Bieber was photographed walking through the security gate...
I have spent months trying to find Star Wars underpants featuring strong female characters for my tween. I'm still looking. If she were in the market for, oh, say, highly inappropriate sexy thongs, she would be awash in options, such as Victoria's Secret's "Bright Young Things."
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I think that at the end of the day, we have to remember he's just a 19-year-old boy. I feel sorry for him! He's two years older than me.