Reality TV "stars" can never get away from the angel or demon created by the producers. This is a slippery slope and the more lies that are spread will only end in disaster for the star, the show or the network.
With the return of "The City" came Whitney Port's perfectly honey-colored ombre hair, Oliva Palermo's over-enunciated Connecticut clip, and the softest side of Kelly Cutrone we've ever seen; it was the Mama Wolf's tears that begat my own.
As it relates to music, I always seem to measure time by a distinct period. I call it A.T.: After Tupac. There's so much that Tupac Shakur accomplished in his 25 years of life that it would be a disservice to narrow his existence down to one label.
You can do it from Starbucks because now, after years of forcing customers to walk through a digital obstacle course to access the web, starting July 1st, Starbucks is bringing free WiFi to all its US stores.
For all the griping about the gratuitous profanity and Twilight victories, the MTV Awards show did produce some genuinely funny moments. This award show is never about the actual awards and acceptance speeches.