Canadian record producer, DJ and Ferrari-troller Deadmau5 (pronounced “dead mouse” and not “dead-mao-five”) keeps up a pretty eclectic car collection. And by eclectic I don’t mean the cars are weird and funky. I mean he customizes them all weird and funky and that’s what makes them wonderful.
Guys. GUYS. Hollywood/Silicon Valley’s hottest couple has split. They’re done. Kaput. The end. Shit.
Celebrity-endorsed and backed JetSmarter, touted as the “Uber for jet planes,” allegedly owes its workers tens of thousands in missed overtime fees.
Conrad Hilton, the 23-year-old younger brother of professional skinny person Paris Hilton, was charged with felony auto theft today after allegedly stealing a Bentley over the weekend, driving it to an ex-girlfriend’s house and violating a restraining order.
Skrillex, the chart-topping dubstep king of drunken frat parties nationwide, was cuffed on Weed Day, also known as Thursday, by police after being asked to exit his Tesla Model X.
Rumor has it Hollywood superstars Matt Damon and Liam Neeson are about to start shooting a movie based around the infamous annual Isle Of Man motorcycle race. And not another documentary– a full-on action flick. (Update: The movie is real, but it sounds like these actors aren’t onboard after all.)
We found Michael Strahan, former New York Giants defensive end and now TV Man, at the McLaren tent on the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. We decided to interview him. It went great.
ESPN’s “Secret History Of Tiger Woods” is a must-read, all about the fascinating real story of a complex person. It also has an anecdote about the famous golfer’s experience with one infamous supercar, the Porsche Carrera GT.
This year, righteous metal band Iron Maiden will be touring around the world in this Boeing 747 jumbo jet codenamed “Ed Force One,” piloted by lead singer Bruce Dickinson.
A vehicle reportedly rolled over and caught fire in front of Jamie Foxx’s house in Ventura County Monday night. After calling 9-1-1 the SiriusXM radio-station having actor and another man apparently ran to the car, freed the driver, and pulled him to safety.
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.
Looks like somebody shot a little sneaky video on the set of the upcoming Suicide Squad movie, in which Jared Leto as The Joker leads a posse of comic villains. Based on the color and license plate, I’m thinking this has got to be the Clown Prince of Crime’s car.
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.