Three weeks ago, the media couldn't get enough of Richie Strahan, this year's pretty, blue-eyed sacrificial lamb on the dating slaughterhouse that is Channel Ten's hit show The Bachelor.
Senior journalist Andrew Hornery is the man behind The Sydney Morning Herald's Private Sydney column, keeping tabs on everyone from socialites to social climbers. If they are worth knowing about, you can bet they are on the PS radar.
They've spent the past 24 years together and built a career around each other's good looks, so it would make sense that Sydney's modelling twins the Stenmark brothers look set to continue down the same career path.
Forget winged keels, the crew of Wild Oats XI have an infinitely more powerful secret weapon up there sleeves - Thor!
James Packer might want to re-think his long held aversion to media scrutiny as his soon-to-be third wife, pop star Mariah Carey revels in the spotlight their engagement has brought upon them.
An announcement in the Times set wedding bells ringing for the couple.
Former Sydney filmmaker turned New York television producer/director John Polson killed off his beloved Tropfest baby at the 11th hour this week, but this is not the first time Polson has skated on thin ice with the festival.
Poor Charles and Camilla.
Joh Bailey is celebrating 30 years of coiffuring the heads of the rich and famous.
On television he manages to travel space and time with not much than a supersonic screwdriver, the Tardis and an earnest assistant by his side.
Helen McCabe presents the 2015 Andrew Olle Media Lecture