Celebrity Twitter accounts get personal
Just a few weeks before, TMZ released a story on a video Bieber posted to his Instagram account, where the pop star is clearly high. Smoking weed and underage drinking were just the start of Biebers bad public image. Just a month ago, TMZ broke the news that naked photos of Justin Bieber had hit the web. The photos show a naked Bieber covering his private areas with a guitar. According to TMZ, Bieber took these photos as a prank for waking up too late on Thanksgiving morning. He thought it would be funny to serenade his friends and family wearing absolutely nothing. Just months later, these photos hit the web and became very public. Social media has had such an impact on celebrities images and their careers. Had social media been as popular years ago as it is now, some celebrities may not have been able to pick themselves back up from their troubles. For instance, Britney Spears was able to clean herself back up and make a full comeback. Just six years ago, in 2007, Spears had her infamous public meltdown where she shaved off all her hair and began hitting paparazzi crew with umbrellas. Though this incident was made very public, it could have gotten much worse. Had she been Tweeting or Instagramming photos, her image could have been completely wrecked. The ultimate question, for many, about celebrities on social media is: should they be more censored? Cooper said she thinks most celebrities have a positive image on social media.
The mother-of-two’s hair was not so put together and looked a bit dishevelled which may have been caused from the antics she may have taken part in for Celebrity Juice. Holly kept her look fashionable and wore a long pink jacket which she teamed with a white blouse underneath and tight-fitting jeans. What’s in the bag: The 32-year-old left the TV studios with her shopping including bits she got from Dior She finished her look with a stylish pair of flat boots from high street store Zara which featured gold stud detail and three buckles on the side. The line-up for the filmed episode looks exciting as also leaving the Riverside studios were Phillip Schofield, Christine Bleakley, Frank Lampard and Mark Wright. TV presenter Christine looked glamorous in a long black dress which she teamed with nude patent heels as she left the recording with her football fiance Frank. Christine Bleakley looked glamorous in a long black dress which she teamed with nude patent heels Phillip Schofield is apparently filling in for Fearne Cotton on Celebrity Juice and Mark Wright is set to feature on the show Also looking stylish on the night was former TOWIE star Mark Wright, who kept his hair slick and wore a navy blue shirt with a pair of jeans. Holly will more than likely slap on her make-up again for next week’s This Morning 25th Anniversary special on October 3rd. In an interview with Hello! Magazine the blonde beauty said she hardly sees the presenting gig as a job and is proud of the show’s achievement. Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield will celebrate the 25th Birthday of This Morning on Thursday 3rd October with a whole hosts of guests She said: ‘Twenty five years is such an incredible achievement. I never ever thought I would be on the show now when I used to watch it when I was younger. But I am so proud to be working on This Morning.
Celebrity rape verdict draws controversy
(Xinhua/Gong Lei) BEIJING, Sept. 26 (Xinhua) — A Beijing district court sentenced the teenage son of Li Shuangjiang, a famous Chinese tenor, to ten years in prison on Thursday. The widespread public speculation on whether the case was settled by manipulation from the privileged or pressure from the public may not end so easily. On Thursday morning, journalists gathered in front of the Beijing Haidian District People’s Court, swarming defendants and lawyers and indeed anyone who might offer them an exclusive morsel of news. By 6 p.m. Thursday, about eight hours after the verdict, the name of the younger Li was the most searched phrase in weibo.com, China’s most popular microblogging website, with more than 10 million users posting and reposting opinions or news about him. PRIVILEGE SUSPECTED Five men were detained on Feb. 21 after a woman reported to police that she had been taken to a hotel and gang raped after drinking with the men in a bar on Feb. 17. The case has stayed in the limelight since the already-notorious son of the dean of music at the People’s Liberation Army Academy of Arts was one of the suspects. Li senior, 74, built his reputation in past decades with popular patriotic songs and has been widely criticized by internet users for failing to raise his son properly. During the trial and pretrial in July and August, lawyers squabbled furiously on whether the crime was rape or prostitution. Li junior denied rape: The other four, less celebrated defendants, pled guilty.