Desus and Mero give their hot take on Bieber's sad dance moves.
Would a classic R&B slow jam be more enticing than some antisocial grindcore? Or would more people want to date me because I publicly admitted to enjoying the music of Ray Lamontagne?
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will outline their national security policies Wednesday, a Zika funding bill fails again in Congress, Apple is set to reveal the iPhone 7, and more.
We spoke to the Danish singer about sex, sushi, and being afraid of the dark.
We talked to the comedy trio about the inspiration for the mockumentary, Justin Bieber, and whether Taylor Swift would get away with murder.
Now, the iPhone guy is suing Bieber for upward of $100,000.
What a weird thing to do at your dad's engagement party.
Then Motherboard tells us why tourists are facing extreme weather conditions to visit a military plane wreck in Iceland, and MUNCHIES explains how chef John Besh is helping aspiring chefs in New Orleans.
Biebs's new 'do represents the complete lack of self-awareness that some white folks have when it comes to pretty basic shit regarding race and privilege in this country.
Bieber announced on Instagram on Wednesday that he's canceling his meet and greets because the emotional strain is too great.
What started as a relatively harmless ring of internet pranksters became a playground for a demented adult.
An look behind the scenes of a Beiber-fied spectacle where celebrity, comedy, and cruelty collide.
The latest InTouch magazine cover is transphobia, pure and simple.
Although the ads confirm his sex appeal, they fail to fix all of Bieber's public relations problems. Even though he looks like a man, it's still a question as to whether he will act like one in 2015.
This was a rough year for minorities. If you're not getting shot at, you're probably being called a name or generally harassed for something you have no control over.
The academic Anne Helen Petersen has become internet famous and critically acclaimed for her examinations of the gossip industry and the way we talk about stars.
John Waters has been offending audiences for 50 years, but he doesn't plan to stop shocking the world anytime soon, so I called him to talk about his new book, Grindr, and everyone's favorite bad boy pop star.
If there's a lesson to learn from Rivers' life in this age of basic bitches and thinkpieces, it's to fuck decorum and stay lowbrow.
His Holiness took the start of the World Cup to call for soccer fans around the world to reject the racism that has often defined the sport around the globe.
Two videos have surfaced that feature pop star/juvenile delinquent/Canadian Justin Bieber using racial slurs when he was just a child. He's apologized, and black celebrities like Lil Wayne and Whoopi Goldberg have jumped to his defense.
The world's most famous boy band was caught indulging, but the media has been oddly kind to them. Is smoking weed no longer the edgy pastime it once was in a culture where you can get high legally with a prescription?
With an unorthodox brand of Christian swag, Carl Lentz is turning Hillsong NYC into a hip and happy Pentecostal powerhouse in the middle of downtown Manhattan.
If anyone can remain mayor—and remain in the spotlight—after getting caught smoking crack on video (again) and drunkenly ranting about his opponents, it's Rob Ford.
A pair of cops who were caught on video mercilessly beating Kelly Thomas, a mentally ill homeless man who died of his injuries, were acquitted of all charges last week. Was that because too many people still think of the police as the good guys?