Guests included Jimmy Fallon, Steven Spielberg, Daniel Day-Lewis, Lena Dunham, Mia Farrow, Jimmy Kimmel, Bryan Cranston, …
On April 23, TIME will host a gala at New York City’s Jazz at Lincoln Center in celebration of the TIME 100 — our annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world.
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.
Bravo, NBC. When it comes to staging an extravagant, overly complex talent competition that lacks the gritty bite of other reality giants, you take the cake.
“Out of Myself, Britney, and Christina- didn’t everyone think I was gonna be the troublemaker? LOOK MA!!! No CUFFS!!!”
— PINK, singer, remarking on Twitter about her lack of jail time compared to to pop contemporaries Britney …
According to People, the 30-year-old pop singer was arrested and jailed early this morning after her boyfriend, Matthew Rutler, was pulled over for driving erratically.
(Clarification Appended: Feb. 11, 2011) Was Christina Aguilera’s Star-Spangled Banner slip-up enough to provoke war? Conan apparently thinks so.
The world’s greatest sporting event has cemented its place in pop-culture history by netting the most amount of Americans to ever watch a TV show. And not even Christina Aguilera’s flub or Groupon’s offensive ad could do anything …
While Newsfeed loves to proudly watch the twilight’s last reaming, turns out, that’s not what Francis Scott Key wrote.
If you thought that the most notable off-field Super Bowl talking point would be the adverts, think again.
“The movie is frivolous fun, but not, as I had sort of hoped, as sinfully awful as Showgirls, Mariah Carey’s Glitter or Britney Spears’ Crossroads.“
Thursday’s links can see the weekend on the horizon, and are passing the time with peppy music, viral videos and multiple spouses.