"I remember very well not being famous. It wasn't that great."
"It's a production assistant rite of passage to walk in on a host giving or receiving a blowjob."
Losing a hand to a patch of wet cement isn't necessarily a bad thing.
When I left Canada I had a "See You Fuckers Later" party. If I failed in LA it would be the ego bruise of the century.
Strayer University thinks that the official definition of "success" is outdated and is taking strides to change it.
The Canadian He-Man lookalike was almost a rock star before mismanagement, a bizarre kidnapping, and a series of health issues derailed his dreams.
When you meet your heroes, you miss out on the true value of having a hero: the opportunity to learn about yourself.
Yes it's awful, but is it also an existential self help guide on par with 'The Alchemist'?
Let's just say I had great asspirations.
Sam the Orangutan from Dunston Checks In? He's dead. And the Taco Bell chihuahua? Also dead.
The $75 Shayne Ward is charging his fans for ten minutes is nothing compared to the price of X-Factor's fast fame for its contestants.
"I'm extremely grateful I was born in North Korea," Yeonmi Park told me in London recently. "If that didn't happen, there's no way I could understand other people's pain."
Amazon is apparently about to shell out a shade under a billion dollars for Twitch, an interactive, YouTube-meets-ESPN platform for video-game streaming.
Andrew Keegan, of 10 Things I Hate About You fame, recently started a church in Venice Beach, California. We visited it to find out why he swapped his acting career to lead a religion.
Vin Los is a 24-year-old Montreal model who has covered his face and body in tattoos that look like they're written in Sharpie. We talked to him about whether or not he realizes those face tattoos are forever.
Did the feminist punching bag only sell 530 albums because of arrogance? Or because he sucks? We called Nadine Field—a psychologist who specializes in fame and celebrity—to find out.
Here's another reason to blow your rent money on an iPad. For this summer's fiction issue, we asked our good friend and VICE columnist James Franco to choose a few of his favorite stories and read excerpts f…
Bungalow 89 is not famous like Bungalow 3 (Belushi) or Bungalow 2 (Rebel Without a Cause). It is only famous in my own mind, because it's where I first met Gus Van Sant, and because I have been living in it for the past nine months.
I rooted for Lindsay when I heard she was starring in Lindsay, a reality show on OWN about her journey to recovery, but after watching a few episodes, I realized the show wasn't about sobriety—it was about a public execution.
Hannah Kunkle's Kim Kardashian collages ponder the power of celebrity, the cult of personality, and the fervor of fandom.
A self-described "performance artist" named Kayvon Edson attempted to stage a reenactment of the Boston Marathon bombing on the day of the tragedy's one-year anniversary. If this was a plea for attention, I guess it worked.
When I discovered both Kim Kardashian and Kate Middleton would give birth this summer, I became excited about the prospect of a baby smack down, because watching children try to kill each other is rewarding and fun. Who will win the Thunderdome matchup of…
Young dudes have a fantasy that someday they might get famous, and if they do they'll have all sorts of money and get tons of tail. As someone who once flirted with fame, I want to let all of you young men know that it's completely true. Except you might
Alexis Neiers's life has been turned into a meme, a magazine article, a book, a symbol for millenial narcissism, and now a movie directed by Sophia Coppola and starring Emma Watson. But she's trying to escape all that.