Now that Paris is headed to the big house to serve time for violating her probation, it just seemed, well, newsworthy to drag out this track, her hit from last summer.
In addition, storylines have run the gamut from tame to tantalizing, and in recent decades the program's most newsworthy plots have enjoyed immense media attention.
While hairstyles of soap opera actresses may not seem to be a newsworthy feature, it's a fact that these women influence hairstyles, makeup choices and more.
Delving more deeply, you'll also find newsworthy stories about lingerie and advertisements like that of the French advertising sector that is currently calling for a local underwear manufacturer to pull their "racy" adverts.
Even in a busy news cycle, news outlets know they can't get by without reporting the latest news on the popular reality show front, and a Survivor eviction definitely makes the newsworthy cut.
The number one rule of writing and sending press releases is to make sure you are notifying the press of something that is actually newsworthy, not just something you think is newsworthy.
It was also the only year the ceremony was essentially a private dinner party; the media of the day wasn't entirely sure the event would catch on and actually become newsworthy.
While the Revlon 3D Extreme Mascara may not be the groundbreaking, newsworthy product that gets the whole industry buzzing, it is remarkable in its own right.
It's also fine to bring up topics that are traditionally used for small talk, such as the weather, traffic or a newsworthy event on a noncontroversial topic.
Stories of loss, strife and recovery abound and offer a myriad of directions to expound upon the newsworthy and personal aspects of the news accounts.