Stuff trips over bucket of celebrity linkbait

  • PopPress
  • April 8, 2013
  • Sim Ahmed
Stuff trips over bucket of celebrity linkbait

Journalists in glass houses shouldn't throw stones, but we feel this editorial decision by Stuff should be preserved for posterity. 

A Week In Selfies is a photo gallery with 17 images of celebrities sharing photos of themselves on various social networks. While this wouldn't feel out of place in the entertainment/gossip section, it does look poorly in the news site's premiere editorial spot. 

At least the Stuff content loader had enough self-awareness to describe the article as "gratuitous bikini shots".

Update: Since writing this article Stuff has updated its website with a far less sexy story. Drats!

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