Zoomers are using “unalive” in order to get around TikTok censors. And the word has now taken on a life of its own.
The No. 1 song in the world is Olivia Rodrigo’s “drivers license,” and it’s inspired response tracks from her ex and his new squeeze, plus many theories behind what transpired.
Vlog Squad’s David Dorbik slammed fans for showing up uninvited to his house as YouTubers worry about privacy after putting their whole lives online.
With photo editing apps making it easier than ever for influencers to look flawless, a wave of crusading Instagram accounts are dedicated to showing the real deal.
These days, A-listers from Alec Baldwin to Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson are hosting game shows—leaving far fewer gigs for hosts with less cachet.
A set of super-fans race to identify their fave celebrity’s fashions, cataloguing every single piece on Instagram.
For years, Hollywood’s women have sought dates with the reality show’s competitors—supermodel Gigi Hadid’s date with one is only the latest example of a B-lister going D-list.
The reality show “Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team” kicks off its 14th (!) season on Aug. 2. And CMT’s longest-running series is only gaining in popularity.
For seasons, “The Bachelor” franchise has hidden its leads’ and contestants’ Christianity. But Hannah B.’s “I have had sex, and… Jesus still loves me” moment changed everything.