Might seem obvious—but that doesn’t mean they’re a bad idea.
Love lasts, infatuation is fleeting — that's what we're told. But hearing this idiom doesn't make your feelings any less intense when you're head over heels for someone. At the beginning of a relationship, your hormones are going wild. Oxytocin and serotonin are flying around your body making you feel giddy, happy, and excitable, and every second thought you have is about when you can see that one special person again. So it's not all that surprising that some people ride the love wave and want to rush to the ultimate commitment as soon as possible. Hollywood was rife with a string of speedy celebrity engagements over the summer. Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin, Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson,
The Meme: Vote Rickrolling Rickrolling is one of the internet's oldest memes: Trick people into clicking on a link expecting one thing, but instead lead them to a video of Rick Astley singing "Never Gonna Give U Up." That's probably why the official video for the song has more than 487 million YouTube views. In recent weeks, Rickrolling has been reborn. But instead of tricking people into listening to a song, people are using the bait of celebrity gossip to trick young people into visiting a voter registration site. How did this meme grow? The idea of tricking people with link shorteners like bit.ly, as used in this meme, is not at all new. However, this particular version emerged as part of
Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson are reportedly calling it quits. The couple met on "Saturday Night Live" and became engaged just weeks after making their relationship official on Instagram in May. Elle Magazine is apologizing for a "bad joke" following mass backlash from a tweet falsely claiming Kim Kardashian and Kanye West called it quits. The magazine shocked its 6 million Twitter followers Thursday with what appeared to be exclusive news about the reality star and rapper's relationship, sending Twitterverse into overdrive. But people looking for the juicy details of the alleged split (which is not true, BTW) were directed to a voter registration page for whenweallvote.org when they clicked the
A teenage survivor of the Manchester Arena bomb has bought a giant bee statue at auction to honour victim Kelly Brewster. Ms Brewster, 32, from Sheffield, was among 22 people killed in the attack at the Ariana Grande concert in May 2017. Dozens of bee sculptures, which formed an art trail in Manchester during the summer, were auctioned on Wednesday. Survivor Amelia Thompson and her friend Darcie Parker successfully bid on a bee called Beedazzle by Maria Shrigley. "We wanted to bring it to Sheffield to bring the city together and remember Kelly," she said. "It'll show that we're not going to let terrorism win." They are hoping to place the statue, which sold for £22,000, at the entrance to Meadowhall
This is probably the weirdest celebrity website available on the internet - but it's a foot fetishist's dream! WikiFeet is filled to the brim with countless pictures of famous trotters. People in the market for such things can search for their favourite celeb, check out the newest feet snaps available, sift through the most popular celebrities, or even narrow their search to a certain shoe size. Ariana Grande and Kim Kardashian are among those on offer, with the most popular celebs having hundreds - or even thousands - of pictures listed under their names. Fancy looking at Megan Fox's feet? The site currently has 1,504 pictures at your disposal. Or if Selena Gomez tickles your pickle, there's
Fifteen years ago, if we wanted to find out why Kourtney Kardashian and Younes Bendjima really broke up, someone would have had to get her — or, more realistically, someone “close to her” — on the phone. The call would need to be made by a professional who already had the right contact information saved in their phone or buried in their email. Their reputation would need to be established enough that they'd be trusted with the scoop that, no, Kourtney's break up with Younes was not amicable. In fact, Kourt had sneaking suspicions that some shady business went down while Younes was on vacation. Then, the caller would print that information in some magazine or other, and we'd head to the nearest
The controversial British pundit mocks the "James Bond" actor for carrying his daughter...but Daniel isn't the first celeb to endure Piers' insults. Watch!
In a series of now deleted Instagram posts, the singer revealed that she will escape the internet in order to properly heal.