The rise of digital technology over the past decade, including mobile camera and video capabilities, has not only made web content more readily available to users, it's given users more control of that content—often through sites like YouTube, Twitter, Facebook and Flickr. For some celebrities, this technological change has led to negative publicity. In some cases, scandalous photos or videos of stars have been leaked online or to the press. The very worst of those cases have left indelible marks on pop culture, leading to sex-scandal investigations, sales of sex tapes and major resignations, among other results. Explore Biography.com's group of celebrities caught naked, including Prince Harry, Kate Middleton, Brad Pitt, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Zac Efron and Paris Hilton, among several others.
Former NFL quarterback Brett Favre told CNN the only way to make the game safer is to not play. Medical pros have questioned serious brain injuries sustained by players. Meanwhile, Favre is being sued for $16 million over his failed social media startup, Sqor.
Justin Timberlake has said he’s resolved things with Janet Jackson after revealing her breast at the Super Bowl Halftime show in 2004. The incident sparked public outrage with the hashtag #JusticeForJanet and seemingly sending her career into a tailspin.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have officially welcomed their third child, a 7 lbs., 6 oz. girl, via a surrogate on January 15. The reality star and entrepreneur has openly documented her struggles to have a baby on 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians.'
Prince Harry has avoided answering whether he’ll invite Obama to his wedding. Fiancé Megan Markle has been critical of President Trump in the past, and insiders say the royal family worries about the political consequences of inviting Obama but not Trump.