Stories

Love Letters

In honour of St Valentine’s Day – the day of all things love, sex and romance – we present to you some of our favourite stories of celebrity seduction, superstar shagging and other such shenanigans. We just hope you haven’t had lunch yet…

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Baboon v Badger: 10 Years On

It’s been ten years since the question was first posed to David Cameron by an anonymous internet poster on the comments section of the Brighton Argus website – and we’ve worked tirelessly to find an answer: Who would win in a fight between a baboon and a badger? Here’s what the celebrity world has to say…

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V/ No Stone Left Unturned

With Michael Cohen headed to the Big House and Roger Stone now in cuffs, we thought it was high time we revisited our series on the National Enquirer to catch up with some of our old favourites and see how they’re all getting on. Here’s three more tales of tawdry tabloid gossip that have somehow turned into internationally significant affairs…

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Chimjunctions

Cheryl Cole has been getting her lawyers to fire off some pretty peculiar legal threats to stop journalists from talking about that time she punched a toilet attendant in a nightclub. So far, things haven’t quite gone to plan – but if she’s in the mood for some more suggestions…

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Eurovision: 2019

Every year, like clockwork, the British public is astonished when we absolutely spoon our annual entry in the Eurovision Song Contest – but the BBC is changing things up for 2019. Now, more than ever, the Popbitch patented Eurovision method is going to be vital in ensuring we pick a winner. So let’s pull apart the songs and see what we’re working with here, shall we…?

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Tower Struggle

Emin Agalarov’s outspoken publicist, Rob Goldstone, landed his client in an awful lot of hot water with Robert Mueller thanks to some overly candid emails – but there’s one particular slip of the tongue that may yet prove to be extremely significant. Especially with regards to that piss tape…

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The Ballad Of Emin Agalarov

All Emin Agalarov ever wanted was to be a global pop sensation like his idol, Elvis Presley. He’s absolutely determined to break America – and being a central figure in the wildest federal investigation of American political history isn’t going to hold him back. Unless, of course, it does…

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Swing Vote

Michael Gove’s little quip about parliamentary swingers in their mid-50s caught us a bit off-guard this week. As we mentioned back in July, there’s been a persistent Westminster rumour about the Goves hosting some rather specialist parties round at theirs – but we had always assumed it was just that. A rumour. Now? We’re not so sure…

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Wired For Soundbites

There’s not much that can prepare you for a Yewtree police raid so, when it happens, your best bet is to bring in the professionals. Cliff Richard hired crisis management experts to help prepare him for his first post-raid interviews in 2014 – but he appears to have forgotten some of their sensible advice in the years since. So maybe a little refresher is in order?

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III/ Max Factor

And what of Max Clifford, the famed PR mastermind who failed to protect his own reputation? How could someone so ruthlessly committed to burying bad news, who spent his entire career making problems like this disappear, end up dying in such disgrace in prison? In more ways than one, he only had himself to blame…

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