Paramount Pictures’ Australia marketing office made a pretty major gaffe last night by tweeting a questionable promo poster for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The picture’s since been deleted, but the studio hasn’t apologized.
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Everyone got a little upset when Facebook revealed they had performed experiments on their news feeds, and now OK Cupid is saying they’ve done similar stuff, and even took their social experiments farther.
As Rob Kardashian’s family drama is beginning to unfold on Keeping Up With the Kardashians, things aren’t looking great in real-time either… And, to top it all off, Rob claims his Twitter account was hacked yesterday.
They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but Rihanna apparently wasn’t feeling flattered after seeing one 16-year-old fan’s recreation of her 2010 Echo Awards look. See what Rihanna did to mock the teenager…
Last month, Sarah Jessica Parker launched into an uncharacteristically bitter Twitter rant against a user who tweeted-n-deleted a comment about SJP’s twin daughters. At the time, the exact content of the other user’s message was unclear… But SJP now clears it up and explains why she was so peeved.
Talent manager Triana Lavey says she’s spent $15,000 on plastic surgery over the past two years in an attempt to look “Photoshopped” on her Instagram selfies.
Selena Gomez is apparently taking the “spring cleaning” thing quite seriously — at least when it comes to decluttering who she follows on Instagram. She started by unfollowing recent BFFs Kendall and Kylie Jenner before also cutting Taylor Swift and Justin Bieber.
If you were on Pinterest last night and noticed friends’ boards were suddenly overrun by booty shots, your first reaction may have been that Sir Mix-a-Lot joined the site and gained immediate popularity. In fact, Pinterst confirms the social sharing site was hacked by a booty lover.
Jen Selter is truly giving new meaning to the American Dream: The Instagram belfie (butt selfie) star earned a feature in the April 2014 edition of Vanity Fair.
The Avoid Humans app was launched to help people of Austin avoid crowds during South by Southwest (SXSW). It’s powered by Foursquare and steers users in the opposite direction from crowds.