Topic: gossip

Model Claims Kanye West Cheated On Kim Kardashian With Her

Model Claims Kanye West Cheated On Kim Kardashian With Her

As anyone with an Internet connection likely knows, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are having a baby. Now, being that she’s already pregnant, this means people won’t be able to stir up any KIM IS TOTES PREGGERS rumors in the near future. Instead, they will speculate that there is trouble in paradise (or whatever private island they’re chilling on most of the time). For example, the news broke this morning that Kanye supposedly cheated on Kim with a model named Leyla Ghobadi. Time to break out every single random shot of Kim and Kanye looking miserable together, as if that proves anything. More »

Well, This Is Awkward: Bieber Fans Shave Heads After Fake Cancer Rumor

Well, This Is Awkward: Bieber Fans Shave Heads After Fake Cancer Rumor

This morning, a fake tweet was posted to seem like Entertainment Tonight declaring that Justin Bieber was diagnosed with cancer. Soon after, fake tweets by Kanye, Chris Brown and Nicki Minaj (the Minaj one seems particularly pessimistic) appeared to support this claim. The Internet frequently circulates rumors about celebrities dying, getting injured, banging, flying kites… whatever. What happened next, however, was more surprising. More »

Journalist Claims Lady Gaga Has An Eating Disorder, Is ‘Obsessed With Her Weight’

Journalist Claims Lady Gaga Has An Eating Disorder, Is 'Obsessed With Her Weight'

So-called investigative journalist Ian Halperin (who’s written unauthorized biographies of Arnold Schwarzenegger, Celine Dion, Brangelina and more) has spent the last twelve months working on his Lady Gaga tell-all. As part of his promotional tour, Halperin gave an interview to Star in which he makes a lot of explosive claims (that the superstar wears outlandish costumes and makeup to conceal her lupus, for one) but devotes a lot of time to talk of Gaga’s alleged eating disorder: More »

Human Brain Hardwired For Gossip, Says Science

Human Brain Hardwired For Gossip, Says Science

Do certain scandalous stories you’ve heard ever cause you to stare at someone for just a little bit too long when you see him or her out at a party? Perhaps you feel bad about this behavior (you should; it’s rude), or maybe you’re an unrepentant stink-eyer? A new study published by the journal Science might not condone your catty glares, but it’s given us a better undertanding of why we do such things. More »