Beyoncé alludes to higher callings while Justin Bieber broadcasts his sulking fits to underage zealots. Why can't stars stop taking cues from Kanye bloody West?
Flaming a celebrity on Twitter can land you with a lot more than you bargained for. The best course of action is probably to stop flaming celebrities, because they're just as petty as the rest of us.
There's modelling, and then there's socialites posing in bikinis. As the 8th cycle of Britain and Ireland's Next Top Model progresses, Lisa asks if talent show TV is actually the good guy for once.
After getting caught smooching married director Rupert Sanders, Kristen Stewart's been predictably ashamed of herself. What's next for the troubled star and the poor, blameless men she's ruining?
TomKat have split? Whatever will we do? Well, keep calm and carry on, because there's absolutely nothing to see here.
Allowing your talentless teen to record a vanity track and release it on the net is like giving Walter Mitty a F-22 Raptor and a map of China.
Why is it so hard for people to accept that entertainers frequently – and validly – embellish their characters in order to successfully sell their art?
Gotye is no longer a mere popstar. Gotye has become a living meme.
Why so rabid, Bey fans? Is it that this over-exuberant Lowe-hate stems from people being just too damn defensive about their musical tastes?
The fact that celebrity can now be gained, however fleetingly, without a squad of professional media manipulators on the payroll is both refreshing and disturbing.