How a chain-reaction of events in the early 2000s led to Michael Jackson’s downfall.
(Legal) Career Killers: R. Kelly and RICO, The Mann Act, Sex Abuse Laws, Child Pornography, Child Sex Trafficking, Forced Labor Laws…
R. Kelly seemed untouchable. But then “Surviving R. Kelly” hit the airwaves.
George Michael was on the verge of being the biggest pop star in the world — until his lawsuit against Sony.
In honor of the upcoming World Cup, here are some of my coins from previous tournaments.
We’ve seen several careers come to an end on (or above) the stage of the MTV Video Music Awards.
The Super Bowl Halftime Show is a massive platform. So when things go bad, they can end careers.
The Cars tried to go back-to-basics with “Door to Door.” Instead, they broke up for decades.
How Robin Thicke’s 2014 album about one Paula (Patton) had the effect of turning him into another Paula (Abdul).
After the success of “Another One Bites the Dust,” Queen recorded an entire album in that vein. Too bad the songs weren’t as good.
Perhaps George Michael’s biggest legacy is that he was willing to walk away from fame because he was desperate for artistic credibility.
David Bowie certainly lived a very interesting life.
Michelle Branch has always had a strong following. Too bad contract law has always been stronger.
Gary Barlow was supposed to be the next George Michael. Compared to Robbie Williams, he might as well have been Andrew Ridgeley. What happened?
Katy Perry was one of the most reliable hit machines in music– until “Witness” happened.
J.C. Chasez was always the talented one in NSYNC. But this album ensured he’d never measure up to the other guy.