Friday, June 7, 2013

When celebrities attack their interviewers.

"What's changed about [the practice of interviewing Famous People] is the more papers panic about sales, the more they want lowest-common denominator, headline-grabbing, negative stories, and the more celebrities become paranoid of it. There are old-school celebrities who see the interview as being a tool to help them, whereas the newer people just think of the celebrity interview as an irritating fly they have to swat."--Chrissey Iley describing an encounter with Mila Kunis.

The full article (From Rhys Ifans to Madonna: writers on their worst celebrity interviews) can be read here:

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