We admit we love a good US Weekly (on planes and in nail salons), but we actually do feel for celebrities when they complain about the paparazzi (for the most part). Now, watch as Jennifer, Jennifer, SJP, Elton John and more discuss the perils of the paps in the new documentary, Sellebrity. While they argue that there is an invasion of privacy with the stalking, the hopping walls, and the provoking, the 'razzi-masters argue that their fame relies on the snaps in mags, no matter how unflattering (or untrue). Cue, Jennifer Aniston as who calls that notion, "absolutely delusional." True, stardom usually needs a star but in some cases, fame just needs a fame wh...well we won't spell it out (ahem, Kim, Kris, Khloe). Watch below and weigh in. (Gawker)
Summer in the city means Saturday trips to Coney Island and the Rockaways. Our only plan is to relax (and maybe enjoy a taco or two). We just want to sit with our feet in the sand, enjoy the sound of the waves, and spend the afternoon soaking up the sun. Unfortunately, that usually doesn't play out. You see, we're New read
"Do you love yourself?" Katy Perry asked a jam-packed Barclays Center, in between songs Friday night. "'Cause that comes first."
I am reluctant to call myself a Katy Perry fan. My feelings toward her fluctuate between an indifferent eye roll and "yaaas kween!" But, when I saw her pose that question to the audience read