By Su Holmes, Sean Redmond
Celebrity tradition has a pervasive presence in our daily lives – possibly extra so than ever prior to. It shapes no longer easily the construction and intake of media content material but additionally the social values during which we adventure the realm. This assortment analyses this phenomenon, bringing jointly essays which discover big name throughout quite a number media, cultural and political contexts.
The authors examine subject matters corresponding to the intimacy of status, political megastar, stardom in American ‘quality’ tv (Sarah Jessica Parker), big name 'reality' television (I’m a celeb … Get Me Out of Here!), the circulate of the porn famous person, the gallery movie (David/David Beckham), the concept that of sketch megastar (The Simpsons), fandom and megastar (k.d. lang, *NSYNC), big name within the tabloid press, famous person magazines (heat, famous person Skins), the celebrity of the serial killer and narratives of psychological ailment in famous person tradition.
The assortment is prepared into 4 themed sections:
- Fame Now largely examines the modern contours of popularity as they path via new media websites (such as 'reality' television and the web) and assorted social, cultural and political areas.
- Fame physique makes an attempt to situate the big name or famous person physique on the centre of the construction, flow and intake of up to date fame.
- Fame Simulation considers the more and more strained courting among superstar and artifice and ‘authenticity’.
- Fame harm seems on the manner the illustration of repute is sure up with auto-destructive developments or dissolution.
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Part I Fame Now Introduction In 2005, UK terrestrial television screened the documentary Abi Titmuss: A Modem Day Morality Tale (Channel 4, 19 May 2005). Although undoubtedly a figure of national, rather than international fame, Abi achieved celebrity status during 2003, when her celebrity boyfriend, John Leslie, was accused of raping another woman. Abi stood by her partner throughout the trial and Leslie, a former children's TV presenter turned daytime TV host, was subsequently acquitted of the crime.
When shot in close-up, for example, it is as if the star is looking at you, into your eyes, and when he smiles he is smiling at and for you. And what you see is the 'complete' figure and a high degree of interiority. In 38 Fame Now the intimacy of the close-up 'we can see to the bottom of a soul by means of such tiny movements of facial muscles which even the most observant partner would never perceive' (Balazs, 1985: 260). One takes the eyes and the smile as a doorway into something deeper and very personal.
Such 'disagreements' actually appear to be quite productive, and a greater self-reflexivity about them may prove to be useful in furthering debate in the field. But to return to the example used at the beginning of this section, what 'Abi' would mean, and how she might be placed in the history of celebrity, would slip and slide across these different accounts. Pinning down exactly how she speaks to contemporary celebrity is very much an interpretive act. 22 Fame Now While many of the essays in this book clearly aim to contribute to this exploring of the here and now of contemporary celebrity, Part I expands and focuses this discussion across a range of media, cultural and geographical sites, whether the internet, celebrity reality TV, American quality television, the fan culture, or the political arena.
Framing Celebrity: New directions in celebrity culture by Su Holmes, Sean Redmond