If you have Bieber Fever like me, you'll be happy to know that Justin Bieber just sent out his first photo using the popular Instagram photo service. FOLLOWED.
I have to preface this story by saying I'm obviously biased. I'm not a fan of reality TV, and have been holding my head in pain over it for years.
I thought I was doing a pretty good job of avoiding the whole Charlie Sheen mess, I really was, but this was too ridiculous to pass up.
Twenty years ago, a rather introspective (but hardly sober) Charlie Sheen self-published a book of poetry entitled "A Peace of My Mind."
Like any good Internet meme, there comes a point of saturation where sheer delight turns to absolute disgust and overload. Take that sheer disgust and multiply it by three and there you have it: Charlie Sheen.
Some people just have to swim against the current. And while it seems most of us just can't get enough of reading about that exemplar of tolerance and good taste, Charlie Sheen, others are not so enthusiastic.
While Charlie Sheen is grabbing the headlines searching for Two and Half Men, he somehow found two goddesses and an account on Twitter.
Alleged fame-whore and Twitter celeb Ashton Kutcher is fighting for his space on the corner these days because there’s a new man in town: Charlie Sheen.
Charlie Sheen is officially on Twitter mostly because he is "tired of pretending [he’s] not a bit**ing rockstar from Mars." Me too Sheen, me too.
Not content with all the media coverage he has been receiving for the last few days, Charlie Sheen is looking to get his word out directly to the world, thanks to his newly formed Twitter account.