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.
Chris Brown was arrested Thursday night in West Palm Beach, Florida, on an out-of-county warrant from last year, although authorities did not release further details. The singer was performing as part of a nationwide tour; he was booked and released on bail in an hour.
Scarlett Johansson is officially the world’s highest paid actress, surpassing Emma Stone with $40.5 million in pretax earnings between 2017 and 2018. Her quadrupled earnings are thanks to her role as Black Widow in Marvel's 'Avengers' movies, which she’ll reprise a fourth time in 2019.
Christina Aguilera graces the new cover of ‘Paper’ magazine with "minimal makeup.” The singer credits her transformation from "assless chaps" to "old Hollywood-inspired retro glam" to being a performer by nature and progress in diversity in Hollywood, telling haters where to shove it.
Miley Cyrus retracted a 10-year-old apology for a controversial Vanity Fair photoshoot with Annie Liebowitz where it appeared that she posed topless at 15 years old. At the time, a Disney representative said the ‘Hannah Montana’ star had been “deliberately manipulated.”
Alice Marie Johnson, a grandmother who was jailed in 1996 for taking part in a cocaine distribution ring, was just granted clemency by President Trump. Kim Kardashian West lobbied for Johnson’s release from prison through a campaign by the clemency foundation CAN-DO.
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.
In honor of what would have been her brother Michael's 60th birthday, Janet Jackson posted a video recreating his iconic "Remember the Time" music video. In the clip, Jackson is dressed as an African queen, sending unexciting performers to their death - just like Michael did in his 1992 video.
Paris Hilton has announced she’s co-designing a 70-piece collection of swimwear, maxi dresses and other women’s wear with Boohoo, to launch online June 20. The socialite, who is getting married later this year, designed the collaboration with her early-2000s style in mind.
While promoting her movie 'A Simple Favor,' Blake Lively shared a story about how she thought a fan said her "teats" were amazing while was accidentally wearing a see-through shirt. But upon a closer listen, Lively realized he was talking about her social media skills: "Oh tweets! Twitter! My tweets are amazing!"