Necole has soared to become one of the most famous and recognizable bloggers out there. Her name, also her brand, has become synonymous with celebrity gossip that unlike with most bloggers is verified news.
We are tantalized by watching something we're not supposed to. We want to see superstars doing something we can resent them for. We'll pay to see something bleed for entertainment. We'll share it with our friends.
The latest buzz in the world of reality television is that Teresa Giudice is not happy about how Bravo portrayed the interaction that occurred between her and husband Joe during a recent EPICSODE of The Real Housewives Of New Jersey.
Is Kris Jenner the Wicked Witch Of The West (Coast), guilty of selling her eldest daughter to the masses? We may never know. But equally intriguing, is the fact that the public's appetite for all things Kardashian has grown to a seemingly insatiable level.
Gossip and celebrity are the great luxuries of true democracy. They're the tawdry jewel in the crown of free speech and expression. Gossip about the famous or infamous is for leisure, for fun, for entertainment, for relaxation.
The Obamas won't be the last book to corral a legion of unnamed alleged inside sources to spin their personal grudges and wounded slights into a juicy tangle of rumor, gossip, and exaggerations to sell a book.
Thirst for inside Hollywood knowledge is ubiquitous, so I've decided to answer the more common questions once and for all. Hopefully this will return our focus to more pressing issues, such as the stellar roster of Republican candidates or whether Kim Kardashian will marry again.