Radiohead asked people to pay what they wanted for their 2007 album, In Rainbows. Perhaps Jon Bon Jovi was paying close attention.
Félicitations to the French first couple.
This should teach Lindsay Lohan to never, ever neglect her community service requirement.
America can breathe a sigh of relief to know that the President (unlike the rest of the mainstream media) is uninterested in the lives and loves of the Kardashian clan.
And another one bites the dust.
Just because they’re in the 1% doesn’t mean they can’t support the movement.
“When I found out that Jamey Rodemeyer killed himself — I felt deeply troubled. But when I found out that Jamey Rodemeyer had made an ‘it gets better’ video only months before taking his own life — I felt indescribable …
The rapper suffered a health problem requiring his plane to return home – and after remaining optimistic about performing Friday evening, his second travel attempt ended in a similar health problem.
Christopher Chaney, a Florida man accused of hacking into the email accounts of about 50 celebrities, says it was just a curiosity that went too far—and that he “deeply apologizes” to celebrity victims like Scarlett Johansson.
“I deeply regret attending this event. If I had a full understanding of what this event was apparently intended to be, I would never have gone.”
— HILARY SWANK, who came under fire for attending the birthday party of Chechen …
When Justin Bieber took a pair of scissors to his signature haircut in February, his loyal fans were so shocked they cried – and we’d bet some even shouted in anger, mourning the loss of his now-shorn golden locks. But the …
Kanye West and Russell Simmons are the latest stars to show their solidarity with the protesters. But wait a minute, aren’t they the 1%?