Steven Slater became a celebrity and a cause to rally behind in August 2010. He's a veteran flight attendant who grew so incensed at a...
He's Steven Slater, Bitches!
Steven Slater has accomplished an impressive feat: he's made Angelina Pivarnick sound like Tupac Shakur.
The former Jet Blue flight attendant has somehow landed a contract with a company called Line 2. It specializes in a cell phone app that provides in-flight texting for those on airplanes that have Wi-Fi - and the first campaign features Slater rapping. Yes, rapping.
JetBlue Bids Farewell to Steven Slater
His 15 minutes may have been up weeks ago, but JetBlue has returned Steven Slater's name to the headlines.
The airline has announced that the man who hilariously, dangerously resigned amidst a curse-filled, emergency slide-utilized tirade will NOT be rehired by the company. Spokeswoman Jenny Dervin said on Saturday that Slater, who says he's return to the job, will never work for JetBlue again.
Steven Slater Hires Publicist, Nears End of His 15 Minutes
The craze over Steven Slater might be getting out of hand.
New reports indicate that the disgruntled JetBlue flight attendant may have been the one who instigated a confrontation on last week's flight, while many THG readers have expressed dismay over Slater possibly landing a reality show out of the ordeal.
A Steven Slater Reality Show: Coming Soon?
In the Least Shocking News of the Year department, Steven Slater has reportedly been offered a reality show.
Multiple sources inside the industry confirm that Stone Entertainment - the production company behind such gems as The Mole and The Man Show - has approached the world's most famous flight attendant to host a program that focuses on workers quitting their jobs in extreme ways.
Steven Slater Escape From JetBlue: Now on Video!
The moment everyone has talked about all week - when flight attendant Steven Slater peaced out of a JetBlue flight, and employment with the company, via the aircraft's inflatable slide - was captured on tape by cameras at JFK.
The footage was first obtained by WNBC in New York. Surveillance cameras from the New York airport's terminal clearly show his bailout on Monday.