So uncomfortable, but we still can't look away.
Last week in the United States, the spectre of identity politics reared its ugly head once more, as a white student at San
Avril Lavigne has given an emotional interview on US television as she shared an update on her health since being diagnosed
Sum 41 frontman Deryck Whibley has revealed that, a year after he nearly killed himself with alcohol abuse, he's in "the
LIKE US ON FACEBOOK | FOLLOW US ON TWITTER Things certainly started out innocently enough... David, the lucky fan in question
Sum 41 singer Deryck Whibley has received a message of support from his ex-wife Avril Lavigne following his hospitalisation
The frontman of Canadian punk rockers Sum 41 has published hard-hitting photos of himself after he was hospitalised when
I'm breaking my own rule this week, and starting with a story that very much made the front pages - the front page of Time magazine to be precise. Earlier this week, Beyoncé was crowned queen of the US title's 100 Most Influential People In The World list, or the Time 100 as it's more generally billed, and consequently pictured looking her usual stunning self on the front of the magazine. So far, so good. The socialsphere, however, didn't take long to react and when it did, the reaction wasn't pretty.
Japanese fans have taken to Twitter to share their thoughts on Avril Lavigne’s new song ‘Hello Kitty’ and the music video
There have been many, many terrible and cringe-worthy music videos released over the years, which are bad for a number of