The real star of the Royal Wedding -- Princess Beatrice's koo-koo crazy hat -- fetches a shocking $132,000 on eBay, with the proceeds going to UNICEF. The buyer has yet to be revealed....
The release of Lady Gaga's new album actually stalled Amazon's powerful servers. Those little monsters are not playing around.
Congrats to Ariel Foxman, who proves why he made our list of the 50 most powerful people. While under his direction, women's magazine InStyle, according to annual reports, had the most ad pages for any fashion title in the first half of the year.
Tyra Banks has declared that there will be no more "normal" cycles of America's Next Top Model, but did not reveal more about this statement. We, on the other hand, have never thought a single cycle of the show has ever been normal.
Frank Bruni -- part of the New York Times' gay mafia -- is moving away from his beat of food coverage to take on the op-ed pages, the first gay man to do so in the Times' 160-year history.
Foodie rag Bon Appetit forgoes a food on the cover of their June issue and instead opt to feature Gwyneth Paltrow.