paris hilton is the greatest performance artist of our time
For the inaugural edition of Philippa Snow’s brand new column, TMZ Theory, she explores Paris's life as artistic performance, and examines the similarities between her and the singer/internet artist Naomi Elizabeth, who has perfected a pop bimbo persona.
why can’t pop culture portray the period?
It's a vitally important narrative to normalise.
why do our brains love celebrity conspiracy theories?
Twitter threads, YouTube videos, Harry and Louis treatise on Tumblr. Today, alternative narratives about celebrities are circulating more quickly than ever.
zoë kravitz will star in a gender flipped 'high fidelity' tv series
Move over John Cusack.
cher: the ultimate pop culture outsider we still don't deserve
She will probably out live everything; her ABBA covers album could go either way and she owns more crystal-studded clobber than a rhinestone cowperson, so why is Cher kind of an outsider?
as interview magazine closes, the internet says goodbye
Everyone from Marc Jacobs to Linda Evangelista pay their respects to the crystal ball of pop.
from dave navarro to rachel green, am schmidt understands the art of celebrity
We talk to the artist turning Jennifer Aniston’s denim vests and Dave Navarro’s modern art collection into an intelligent reflection on how we value art and fame.
how instagram, livejournal and pop stars taught us to talk about anxiety
From Selena to Zayn, we look at our changing attitude towards mental illness through a Valencia filter.
queering blockbusters: the case for giving captain america a boyfriend
The introduction of a queer character to the superhero movie cannon wouldn’t just be a win for diversity, it could also dispel deeply held and damaging stereotypes that haunt mainstream media.
why does everyone suddenly hate taylor swift?
As public opinion curdles, we ask how, when and why we fell out of love with pop's most divisive woman.
caroline goldfarb is building an empire out of glitter and a love for z-list celebrities
“When I hear Tori Spelling, my brain goes into the space where it’s like, ‘That’s important! Write this down!’”
meet the woman getting a degree in one direction
Dunedin student Millie Lovelock is exploring how young girls are figuring out their identities, finding acceptance and expressing their sexuality through fandom.