The hottest Celebrities Substack posts right now

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read • 13994 implied HN points • 07 Feb 24
  1. Taylor Swift's influence permeates global culture, politics, and media
  2. Writers on Substack provide original, insightful, and sometimes humorous analyses on Taylor Swift's impact
  3. Taylor Swift's actions, endorsements, and mere existence provoke strong reactions and shape narratives in various spheres
Culture Study • 10309 implied HN points • 07 Feb 24
  1. Taylor Swift's fame and success put her in a delicate position where even her smallest actions are heavily scrutinized.
  2. Winning constantly can lead to over-saturation and make it hard for people to root for you, turning every move into a topic of critique.
  3. Celebrity culture reflects greater societal issues, such as discourses on girlhood and the struggles faced by privileged white women in progressive spaces.
Common Sense with Bari Weiss • 27 implied HN points • 28 Feb 24
  1. Jack Sweeney faced legal challenges for his social media accounts tracking celebrities' private jets. Celebrities like Taylor Swift and Elon Musk took legal action against him for privacy concerns.
  2. Sweeney's interest in tracking celebrity jets began as a tech and aviation fascination. He uses various sources like FAA databases and aviation enthusiasts to update his spreadsheets.
  3. Despite facing legal threats and backlash, Sweeney maintains his accounts are journalistic and informative. He relies on his instincts when dealing with offers from celebrities like Elon Musk and Mark Cuban.
Bulwark+ • 7350 implied HN points • 30 Jan 24
  1. Some within the MAGA movement believe in conspiracies involving Taylor Swift and the Super Bowl, alleging fixed events to push a political agenda.
  2. MAGA supporters express strong negative feelings towards Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce, criticizing their endorsements and public displays of affection.
  3. There are concerns within the MAGA community about Taylor Swift's potential influence in the 2024 election, stemming from her past political actions and large social media following.
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Hung Up • 6505 implied HN points • 27 Jan 24
  1. Barbie received eight Oscar nominations, but some notable figures were snubbed in certain categories.
  2. The Oscars may not always reflect the full diversity and quality of films, so it's important to keep perspective.
  3. Reactions to awards nominations, while sometimes intense, should be taken with a dose of normalcy and humor.
History, etc • 628 implied HN points • 09 Feb 24
  1. The Super Bowl is not just about football, but also a big pop concert, reflecting America's influence on global popular culture.
  2. Celebrity relationships and events like the Super Bowl mirror medieval tales of love, adventure, and chivalry.
  3. The medieval concept of tournaments bears resemblance to modern glitzy celebrity-sporting events.
Alexander News Network -Dr. Paul Elias Alexander's substack • 1768 implied HN points • 09 Jan 24
  1. Questioning why celebrities suggest death for the unvaccinated
  2. Concerns about pressure to take COVID shots from leaders and celebrities
  3. Importance of not blindly trusting individuals making inhumane statements
benn.substack • 533 implied HN points • 02 Feb 24
  1. In analyzing data, focus on simple steps like observing trends, hypothesizing causes, and adjusting actions.
  2. Data interpretation doesn't have to be complex; sometimes, a straightforward approach is enough.
  3. In the world of marketing, brands can face challenges when unexpected people endorse their products.
donaldjeffries • 1415 implied HN points • 09 Jan 24
  1. The imminent release of the list containing prominent names who flew on Jeffrey Epstein's 'Lolita Express' has caused a stir.
  2. Many big names in entertainment, including female celebrities, have been linked to Epstein's activities.
  3. The Epstein scandal raises questions about accountability and the power dynamics that shield the elite from justice.
The Experiment • 58 implied HN points • 04 Feb 24
  1. The controversy surrounding Taylor Swift and her relationship with a football player has created a lot of drama, particularly with MAGA supporters.
  2. Taylor Swift's parasocial relationship with her fans through social media has been a significant aspect of her popularity and impact.
  3. Taylor Swift's music focuses on breakup anthems rather than sexual allure, which has caused backlash from certain groups and individuals.
The Profile • 569 implied HN points • 19 Nov 23
  1. Kim Kardashian is building a business empire while reflecting on her father's influence.
  2. Peter Thiel has lost faith in democracy and aims to cut off political support due to his disillusionment with the government.
  3. Marques Brownlee has become a prominent tech reviewer on YouTube, creating influential content since his teens.
Daniel Pinchbeck’s Newsletter • 19 implied HN points • 10 Feb 24
  1. The impact of the internet on society is concerning, with issues like deep fakes causing confusion and potential harm.
  2. People may undergo drastic changes, like Russell Brand, as they navigate fame and new media platforms, potentially leading to controversial shifts in beliefs and behaviors.
  3. There is a warning about individuals moving from left-leaning values to right-wing beliefs, citing factors like narcissism, social media addiction, and public perception.
I Might Be Wrong • 5 implied HN points • 15 Feb 24
  1. TV, music, and movies may have been better in the past, with a trend of older entertainers being more prevalent today.
  2. Social media as an entry point to entertainment careers might favor certain types of individuals and may contribute to fewer opportunities for young entertainers.
  3. Changes in the entertainment industry like the decline of certain TV shows, fewer comedy movies, and the emphasis on identity in casting decisions could be influencing the presence of young celebrities.
Sounds Good! • 19 implied HN points • 28 Jan 24
  1. The Oscar nominations for 2024 were recently announced with some surprises and snubs.
  2. Opinions on who should win and who will actually win vary in different categories.
  3. The author has strong preferences for certain films and actors, like "Killers of the Flower Moon", but acknowledges the subjectivity and unpredictability of award ceremonies.
Ask E. Jean • 1100 implied HN points • 10 Mar 23
  1. The post discusses choosing an actor, living or dead, to play you in a movie of your life.
  2. The author encourages readers to think about who would portray them in a film adaptation of their life story.
  3. Subscription to Ask E. Jean offers access to more insightful posts and a 7-day free trial.
SatPost by Trung Phan • 69 implied HN points • 19 Aug 23
  1. Arnold Schwarzenegger found success in the comedy film 'Twins' despite his action movie background.
  2. Schwarzenegger strategically reinvented himself through different genres like comedy, action, and holiday films.
  3. Schwarzenegger's approach to career re-invention involved expanding his audience and aiming higher with each new challenge.
Some Unpleasant Arithmetic • 5 implied HN points • 25 Apr 23
  1. Twitter drama over blue check verification sparked controversies among celebrities and users.
  2. Celebrities face trade-offs between engaging with a large audience and avoiding risks to their reputation on social media platforms.
  3. Challenges arise when the system allows anyone to be verified, potentially mixing important figures with undesirable individuals.
The Entertainment Strategy Guy • 0 implied HN points • 15 Feb 23
  1. The post lists over 140 TV show flops, bombs, and misses for the second half of 2022.
  2. The analysis covers multiple streaming platforms, highlighting notable failures and disappointments.
  3. Shows from various networks like HBO Max, Disney+, Paramount+, Netflix, Hulu, and Apple TV+ are mentioned for their underperformance.