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A ‘revenge body’ is built to show someone how well you are doing without them. With the advent of social media the phenomenon is increasingly popular. Shutterstock

Your body as a weapon: the rise of the ‘revenge body’ online

The 'revenge body' was once the domain of celebrity gossip. But with the advent of social media, anyone can publicly display a 'new' body post break-up.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and musician Demi Lovato. AP Photo/Jae C. Hong

What Ted Nugent and Demi Lovato can do for Trump and Clinton

When a celebrity runs for president, do celebrity endorsements matter? A survey of likely voters shows how tricky it can be to mix celebrity and politics.
John Legend poses with wife Chrissy Teigen after winning an Oscar at the 2015 Academy Awards. Mario Anzuoni/Reuters

Why the ‘no pretty nannies’ debate matters

When a pregnant celebrity announces "no hot nannies," what does it say about parenting, gender roles and our culture?
Model and television host Heidi Klum poses for photographers prior to the start of the Project Runway show during New York Fashion Week. Reuters/Keith Bedford

About supermodel Heidi Klum and that ‘old lady’ Halloween outfit

Ageing is taboo in the world of the rich and the famous and it is represented as something terrible. Since when did looking old become something to laugh at?

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