Howard said that he didn't think so, but then went on to talk about how celebrityhood
I am enjoying this newfound celebrityhood
, it keeps me out of mischief," he joked.
is a world of image, back-scratching, spin doctors and illusion.
Public suffering or other strong feelings are of the essence in celebrity-making, and the media are not inclined to stand on their dignity--even if they had any--when it comes to exploiting even the travails that they themselves have caused as a way of milking every last drop of pathos out of the not-so-secret sufferings of those they have elevated to the pantheon of celebrityhood
attracts crowds, cameras and contributors.
We're shining that light of celebrityhood
on academics and students and professors and making them celebrities for the night.
They could be extraordinarily disarming as they had not an ounce of prima donna or celebrityhood
And what we pay attention to is driven by marketing, money, and celebrityhood
For one, it is the dogma of Irish Republicanism; for the other, the dogma of glamour and celebrityhood