Adam Mansbach, author of Go the Fuck to Sleep and You Have To Fucking Eat, on writing children’s books for adults and making time for his own daughter.
It’s about the experience, not fame.
Your 15 minutes are coming.
“I’m gonna live forever.” Famous last words.
Sometimes celebrities use their fame for good. These are those times.
After shaving the back of her head earlier this week, the singer decided to get inked at the launch of her fragrance, Fame.
Regular person Brett Cohen wondered what would happen if he hired bodyguards, paparazzis, assistants and a publicist and walked around NYC pretending to be someone famous. (His experiment worked.)
The singer outdoes herself yet again with a new promo for “Fame” the new perfume by Gaga for Lady Gaga. It’s pretty bizarre.
Uggie, the dog film star, was honored today by having his paw prints casted in cement in front of Grauman’s Chinese Theatre. The sad part is it also marked his retirement from acting. We love you Uggie!
Luckily other paps were around to capture their peers getting beat up.
It was fun while it lasted. The company says the game, which gave thousands of followers to a new winner every day, violates “the spirit of [its] TOS.”
The rules of Fame are simple: Each day, everyone has to follow a new winner. The creator says he won’t stop until the follower pool is bigger than Gaga’s.
Why do we put fame ahead of stuff like â€œbe the best mechanic I can beâ€ or â€œraise a good familyâ€? Because itâ€™s a cultural axiom that being famous is awesome, and anything less is for chumps.
Although unconfirmed, sources close to the actress say she was seen handling her mail in a haphazard fashion. Ouch!
Yes, Michael Jackson died. But let’s get back to the important stuff, like Jon Gosselin, who, post-divorce announcement, has already put up a profile on Match.com
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Levi Johnston and his big new buddyguard “Tank” went shopping in LA the other day, and Levi’s got himself a new nickname.
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