"Cannes isn't about the movies. It's about branding, about banks, fashion, jewelry, drinks... It's one big brothel. Actors, they're all whores."
Christopher Puzin has five hawks patrolling the town's waterfront hotels, making sure pigeons and seagulls keep the fuck away.
Dan is an Instagram celebrity who plays poker, shoots guns, and lies around in actual piles of strippers. He seems happy, or so I thought.
In my personal investigation into the world of extreme celebrity beauty treatments, I put placenta on my face, hemorrhoid cream under my eyes, and had my own blood injected into my face.
Stars, they're just like us: When they bring dogs into Australia without filling out the proper paperwork, they have to appear on camera to apologize to the country.
How had I, a lowly peon with barely 500 followers to my name, so undeservedly received the 6 God's blessing?
We spoke to Kevin Blatt, the king of celeb porno, to find out how his business works and how the sex tape industry is developing.
Child actress Fatima Ptacek was given a three-day suspension after getting caught vaping at school, while her less-famous accomplice was expelled.
Injunctions are being widely misused to cover up the indiscretions of famous people and it's about time we put an end to it.
In How to Be a Reality TV Star, filmmaker John Wilson documents a day at the unaccredited New York Reality TV School.
Is it the curse of the auteur or the byproduct of success that means comedy greats like Gervais and Seth MacFarlane are hell-bent on breaking what they made?
Why is Arnold Schwarzenegger charging fans to eat lamb in the same room as him?
In the ancient colosseum of Britain's ITV1 Live Studios, Simon Cowell is Holy Emperor.
He was born the day after Kim tweeted a selfie with the caption, "Ready whenever you are lol."
I went in brimming with the last stores of my fangirl energy, and I left with a bad feeling in my stomach.
"It's a production assistant rite of passage to walk in on a host giving or receiving a blowjob."
The "Hollywood Billboard Queen" is still pioneering the art of being famous for being famous.
A lot has happened to Donald Trump since the first Republican debate in early August, but he's still the same guy.
The owners of a hostel in South Australia couldn't understand why they were being inundated with tourists. Then someone told them about Takeshi Kaneshiro.
With all the hand-wringing over Donald Trump's presidential campaign, it's easy to forget that we made him this way.
It could also cause their crappy pick-up lines to get splashed all over the internet.
I went to this year's Attitude Pride Awards to find out if these kinds of events are segregationist, or if they still highlight the kind of LGBT role models society needs.
Summer jobs exist to remind us that we're human garbage put on this earth to serve those with wealthier parents.
Seemingly overnight, the "famous for no reason" celebrity that America loves to hate has become a new darling of art aficionados and public intellectuals.