We have all been taught that there is always two-sides to a story. Well in the day-and-age we are in, celebrities are reported on by the minute.I made a promise to myself years back that I'd hold-off on celebrity "rumors" until they were confirmed. Too often celebs are put out to the pasture, and more often than not the information is incorrect or not accurate. Now celebs have a way to squash all rumors, and reveal the truth about them. With the help of iCorrect celebs can now post the truth. This is good for celebs, but bad for media outlets that rely solely on reporting "rumors."

Celebs that wish to use this avenue or website to squash false information about them will have to put out $1000 per-year to access the site. Those already on it include Sienna Miller, Tommy Hilfiger, and Kate Moss.