It’s happened to all of us. Your plane is delayed. You’re going to miss your connection. They lost your bag. You’re sitting on the tarmac, but they can’t let you into the airport because your gate is occupied. There are unforeseen mechanical troubles. The flight is cancelled because the pilot is revealed to be a…
Rapper Lil Wayne (real name Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr.) was kicked off a chartered private jet in Florida because he and his entourage completely ignored warnings from the pilot that smoking marijuana is most certainly not allowed onboard an aircraft. Yes, even when you’re a famous rapper.
Lawsuits against former Fiat Chrysler Australia executives Clyde Campbell and Veronica Johns, over basically blowing company money on playtime and parties, are ongoing. And apparently so is the search for all the free cars they weren’t supposed to give out.
Nice cars and celebrities often go hand in hand, but very few celebrities are cool enough to share the same passion for cars that we have.
Earlier this morning, huggable pile of bowling balls Vin Diesel posted a 7-minute-long video to Facebook that featured him lip syncing/singing to Katy Perry's "Dark Horse" and dancing to Beyoncé's "Drunk In Love" with no further explanation. It's truly a great moment in internet — nay, human — history.
Superstar singer Miley Cyrus is known for some pretty outlandish wardrobe choices on stage, but she flew into Sydney, Australia last night, wearing a light blue unicorn onesie and Nike flip flops.
Maybe it's time for will.i.am to break up with United Airlines. But it's not United, it's you, Mister i.am, and they're just not that into you. The rapper's latest Twitter tirade occurred when he arrived at the airport only 45 minutes before his flight to China, and United had given away his seat.
Lil Wayne has been sued for more than a million dollars by Signature Group LLC of Miami, who says the rapper / sports agent / entrepreneur owes the company for missed payments, charges and fees on a leased Gulfstream jet.
"Sorry I'm so fucking hammered," Charlie Sheen begins, emerging from the bushes of a Taco Bell drive-through. That's always a great way to start a conversation. Also, I'm not sure he's wearing pants.
Bill Gates used to get into a lot of trouble for using certain turbocharged Porsches as God intended. We forgive him because he helped pushing through "show and display" laws, making Jerry Seinfeld very happy. But there are some celebrities who were plain idiots on the road, and here are ten of the worst.
Bieber street racing a rented Lambo against a Ferrari is pretty stupid, but is it the most stupid mistake any celeb has made with a car? I think not.
No one can cruise L.A. like O.J. Minimum speed limits? Not for the Juice. If you’re hitting up Los Angeles and want to relive the excitement of the most famous low-speed chase in modern history, we’ve made it easy for you. Here’s your guide to seeing LA the OJ-way.
Remember that funny looking guy from Idiocracy? No, not the guy with the jaw, the guy with the big nose. That's Dax Shepard. Well, it turns out he's a serious car nut and just made the first-ever car movie that your girlfriend's going to want to watch. The other night, we fired up his 650 wheel horsepower Continental…
Celebrities are just as bad behind the wheel as anyone else, but they tend to destroy nicer cars. Here are the beautiful people Jalopnik readers are keen to not see behind the wheel anymore.
In the textbook definition of classy, Irish science experiment Sinead O'Connor got married to her fourth husband while sitting in the back of a pink Cadillac at the wedding chapel on the Vegas strip that Britney used when she was married for 48 seconds to some dude.
Actor Tobey Maguire, who received a free Mercedes to use while filming The Great Gatsby II: Daisy's Bloody Revenge (no, just a remake of the original) in Australia, gave the car back because it had leather seats.
Ooooooh Noooooooooo! Old-school WWF celebrity "Macho Man" Randy Savage died today following an auto accident in Florida. The 58-year-old wrestler reportedly suffered a heart attack while driving, then lost control of the car.