He's a very annoying songwriter who used to sing at Apple keynotes. She's a very annoying singer who, at age 28, "was spotlighted in her own 3D autobiographical film." He asked her to marry him, she said no thanks.
Because we don't have any real life superheroes in this totally lame world of ours, we obsess over the lives of silly celebrities with beautiful cheekbones and photoshopped curves and cry over athletes wearing fresh laundry. It's what we call fun! But if superheroes existed on Earth, all those puny humans would never…
Everybody loves to talk about other people. It's human nature. But our society seems to stigmatize gossip, branding it as common, rude and just a little bit shameful. Turns out, though, it's not all bad.
Gossip is generally seen as malicious, something that destroys relationships and reputations alike with a deadly mix of garbled half-truths and outright lies. But did you ever stop to consider all the good that gossip does?
If you get a bad reputation, you're going to get noticed. That little bit of homespun wisdom might actually become a verifiable scientific fact, as new research indicates people really do prefer to look at people with bad reputations.
How crazy is hopefully-soon-to-be-deposed Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi? Why don't we check Wikileaks to find out? (Spoiler alert: He is pretty crazy.)
Megan Fox dishes on Michael Bay, the crew of Transformers dish back (and then some) and Bay himself turns out to be the calm voice of reason? WTF? Everything we know is wrong!
Fringe co-stars are now forever united in love and J.J. Abramsness. Aw, I love it when people on TV who I think I know but don't get married. Shoot first and ask questions later character Olivia Dunham played by Anna Torv married her on-camera dead-brain lover John Scott (Mark Valley) in December of last year. We wish…
During the Microsoft keynote, we heard Robbie Bach just say "We take [television software] seriously, it's not just a hobby for us." (Emphasis on 'hobby'.)