I’m desperate to be part of this outrage culture, people seem to get such energy from it, but I just can’t commit to the scene. I must be missing something because – and don’t get angry – it mostly just looks stupid.
Oscars 2019 is the latest victim of a struggle the entertainment industry is facing – staying entertaining and relevant, while avoiding scandal. Is it possible in a new era when everyone constantly takes offense?
Washington Post journalists have asked their boss if he could spend part of his massive fortune on benefits for his employees, after Jeff Bezos forked over $5.25 million for a Super Bowl ad that paid homage to the paper he owns.
Singer Demi Lovato has endured the wrath of Twitter, being forced to delete her account after claiming her "favorite part" of Super Bowl LIII were memes poking fun at rapper 21 Savage, currently detained by US immigration.
The New England Patriots joined the Pittsburgh Steelers as the franchise with the most Super Bowl wins in NFL history after winning a tight, tense tussle with the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 at Super Bowl LIII.