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.
Another celebrity has taken their airline grievances to Twitter. This time, it's actor Rob Lowe, who was flying Air Canada's low-cost carrier Rouge, and he decided to make fun of the flight attendant's uniforms.
Black Eyed Peas rapper will.i.am was kicked out of a United Airlines lounge over the weekend, and like many of us do, he took to Twitter to voice his displeasure. He claims he was given the boot after United accused him of having a fake Mileage Plus membership card. Really, he just doesn't understand how airports work.
Welcome to Sunday Matinee, where we highlight classic car reviews or other longer videos I find on YouTube. Kick back and enjoy this blast from the past.
What was the midsize car to beat in 1983? According to this slightly delusional vintage Chevy commercial it was clearly the Celebrity. No import at any price could match "the room it gives you for the mileage it gives you at any price".
Celebrity cholesterol enthusiast Guy Fieri hopped the bus to Victim Town on Tuesday, after his '08 Lamborghini Gallardo was stolen by a thief who snuck, struck and trucked from a San Francisco dealership. Even mimicking Fieri hurts my arteries.
Everyone has heard that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. By our calculations, ugly is also in the eye of the beholder, especially when it comes to automotive styling. What is the ugliest car ever made?
Our first automotive memories came from the vehicles we grew up in. Some of us spent time in the back seat of interesting cars, but most of us didn't. What car did you spend the most time in growing up?
David Rock has become YouTube royalty with videos of epic, hoontastic stunts on his Canadian farm. He's also a convicted sex offender and now at the center of a flame war that's escalated to death threats.
Before Steve Millen, winner of the 1994 24 Hours of Daytona, could compete in this weekend's Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race, he had to attend a beginner's driving school. Here's a first-hand account he wrote exclusively for us. —Ed.
What does it take to charm the exotic 80s woman off her pirate ship? Eurosport!
Celebrities have access to some of the world's greatest cars. With some help from our readers we've found these twelve horrifying instances of them abusing, perverting and ignoring this privilege.
Sometimes a car comes with a pedigree, sometimes it's because it was owned by a celebrity. Today, Nice Price or Crack Pipe croons you a tune, and it's in the key of AMG.
Perhaps it's because every Celebrity ever made looked like it had 200,000 rough miles on the clock by the end of its second year on the road- fading plastic, trim panels a-dangling, and so on, or maybe it's the acre upon acre of clapped-out examples you see clogging up the GM section at every junkyard in the country.…
Remember when Mariah Carey was falsely credited with wanting to look like a starving African baby? Speaking with The Guardian about his experience in Africa shooting Long Way Down, Ewan McGregor expressed similar amazement at how toned the locals are: "Oddly enough, you really notice men's bodies out there. They are…
Some might say that $75,000 is on the steep side as the starting bid for a 1966 Land Rover, but what if you could get a Rover that came with a holy aura... and a chance to meet Sharon Stone? In fact, we might speculate that Ms. Stone will cut your hair behind the aquarium if you buy this truck, if you know what we…
We feel a bit stalkerish posting this, but what the hell. As Street View fever sweeps the nation, even the rich can no longer keep their privacy private. We're looking forward to the day we can watch ourselves live blogging on Google Earth.
A car belonging to perhaps the most famous Ford Escort aficionado ever will join the collection of Illinois' Volo Auto Museum. It's a black, 1996 Rolls Royce Spur used by Princess Diana, chosen for the collection by the museum's owner Greg Grams. The Roller transported Diana to public engagements during a visit to the…
Bridging the gap between the third-gen Malibu and the 1st-gen Lumina, the Celebrity was in fact the top-selling car in America for 1986 (how soon we forget!). Most came with the same Iron Duke four-banger that was used by the bean counters to castrate the Fiero, but reliability was much improved over previous…