A good celebrity apology is rare. Lizzo recently apologised for the use of an ableist slur in her new single, which is considered one of the rare examples of a sincere apology.
Intimate partner violence can take many forms – and it doesn’t always fit society’s stereotypes.
Not the bright and optimistic period that pop art at first glance would suggest, a lot of Warhol’s work is about death and destruction.
Have you ‘soft’ or ‘hard’ launched your relationship on Instagram yet? The latest trend in love as a marketable commodity.
A book that defies the usual mystery formula, Death on the Nile is more than just a clever tale about murder.
NFL star Aaron Rodgers has amplified dangerous and disproven myths about the COVID-19 vaccine. Here’s why his statements are not only untrue, but also harmful because they spread misinformation.
Anti-celebrity politicians succeed by styling themselves as authentic alternatives to more showy statesmen.
The former R&B star faces the possibility of life in prison after being found guilty of racketeering and sex trafficking. The trial exposed the role of enablers within his inner circle, too.
Celebrities and businesses have drawn criticism for cultural appropriation. An expert provides guidance on when it is sharing another culture out of appreciation and when it is appropriation.
Fans and critics loved him then hated him and now they love him again.
Obituaries tend to play down any negative aspects of character. Over time, they reveal what we value in life.
Once, the way we viewed celebrities was framed by the legacy press and the entertainment industry. Now fans and social media are rewriting the script.
Daft Punk’s anonymity was really a stroke of genius.
Over the past year, the singer has carefully constructed a visage that has made him nearly unrecognizable.
It’s hoped the NHS’s use of celebrity endorsement will influence the uptake of the COVID-19 vaccine – and research backs that up.
Billy Wilder’s 1950 classic noir , ‘Sunset Boulevard,’ blurred boundaries between reality and fiction through casting. Recognizing cameos makes viewers feel we’re part of the film’s story.
Just like in the days following 9/11, celebrities most successfully use their star power in the COVID-19 crisis when they appear to step out of the limelight, publicly praising first responders.
A comedian’s record-breaking fundraiser shows us the power of celebrity. But it also reveals the complexities of raising a lot of money very quickly.
Now that we know what essential work is, it seems the perfect time to reflect upon the not-so-essential work of celebrities.
Public figures, authors, artists and journalists have long written about their experience of dying. But why do they do it? And what do we gain?