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Throw in the paparazzi, whose profits have been shrinking in the wake of digital media and the pandemic, and it’s a recipe for angry parents and chaos.
The shadowy vibe reflects the atmosphere surrounding her at the time, with songs like the glitchy paparazzi rebuke “Piece of Me” and the spare synth pop banger “Radar” feeling of the always-on digital age.Britney Spears’ Pop Legacy Goes Way Beyond Her Music|Maura Johnston|July 21, 2021|Time
Crippling anxiety combined with punishing, sordid attention thrust upon her by paparazzi and others fueled much publicized breakdowns in 2007 and 2008.
Within minutes, the paparazzo had told them where to find Remini.Texts Reveal How the Church of Scientology Shadowed Leah Remini and Jennifer Lopez|Tony Ortega|June 17, 2021|The Daily Beast
Both are victims of intense and intrusive attention from the entertainment paparazzi.
Paparazzo was, in fact, the name of a photographer in his film.Exposed: Paparazzi vs. the Stars Over the Past 50 Years|Sarah Moroz|February 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Knox still finds herself ambushed by an occasional paparazzo, her callbox buzzed by a Daily Beast reporter.
When the paparazzo pestered him again, asking, “So he could do without the Grammys?”Justin Bieber Freaks Out Over Grammys, Feuds With the Black Keys|Marlow Stern|February 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“We called him BK Boy and he gets upset,” says a New York City paparazzo who frequently stalks the couple.Anne Hathaway's New Fiancé, Adam Shulman, a Mystery Man|Diane Herbst|December 6, 2011|DAILY BEAST
The paparazzo ruffled and out a functioning camera, then threatened Madoff Mack with a lawsuit.