One reason pro wrestling will probably stick around forever is that there are certain advantages to having everything scripted, such as making sure shocking underdog stories happen right on schedule, and celebrity guest appearances.
Is it fair to expect artists to never lose it? Why can't artists just be good forever?
We should stop every now and then and point out when celebrities do nice or even heroic things. Because it does happen.
Celebrity endorsed products are a good idea in theory, but the lack of self-awareness among corporations and their human mascots tends to screw things up pretty spectacularly. We asked our readers to show us the ads that such partnerships SHOULD be giving us.
When you're trying to create a dignified memorial to some historic event, it's important to ask yourself, 'Is what I'm about to create actually ridiculous and/or insulting to everyone involved?'
Too bad they didn't get to say "I told you so!"
If you're about to sign a record contract, take a cue from these seven artists. All have played before thousands-strong audiences, and all have followed up their fame with successful (if totally random-ass) careers.
At my signal, take off those ironic smirks, and don your extra strength smiles, because your faith in human beings is about to get an upgrade.
Mutants are very real, and they are among us -- in our TVs, and our iPods, and our sexual fantasies.
You might spot Tom Cruise raving about energy spirits outside of Spago, but you'll never catch some beloved performer straight up worshiping the devil. Right? (Hint: Wrong.)