Earlier this week, a coworker sent me a link to what I presume must have been a fun or interesting tweet. I will never know for sure, however, because the only thing that link taught me was that nothing is sacred. Not even curated feeds of up-to-the-minute entertainment and celebrity news.
If you ever thought that Scarlett Johansson looked like Marilyn Monroe or that George Clooney reminded you of Cary Grant or that certain celebrities today make you think of famous people from years past, you're not crazy. It's true. Beautiful famous people look like beautiful famous people, no matter the era. And…
Nicole Scherzinger, who's famous for once being a singer for the Pussycat Dolls but is still famous because she's smokingly attractive, wore a Twitter Dress to an event. Not a dress designed by Marc Jacobs or Alexander Wang but a dress with 2,000 LED lights that display Tweets sent to her.
In an effort to spice up an auction for an autographed dish, tennis legend Andre Agassi offered to show the winner a naked picture of his wife, Steffi Graf, right on his cellphone. The dish sold for over $4,000.
If Kim Kardashian is so hard to keep up with, why does she keep popping up in my news feed? And why on earth does she want to shove a credit card into the hands of my (hypothetical) babies?
Of all the celebrities you could search for on the web, Cameron Diaz is the most likely to give your computer something itchy. That's according to McAfee, who may just be getting back at her for Knight and Day.
American Canadian (!) Treasure Justin Bieber's physical well-being was endangered this week when his Segway failed to outrun a gawping throng of twelve year old girls. I've never been more thankful for the existence of video cameras.
Who comes out to a Sidekick 3 launch? A-listers like Eva Longoria and Jessica Simpson. Who comes to an LG VX9400 launch? C-listers like Gary Coleman, Christopher Knight and dragon lady Bai Ling.