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H8R – Are celebrities the same on screen and in person?

Katie Hinderer | 23 October 2011
H8R is meant to bring celebrities, many of them stars on reality TV shows, in close personal contact with regular people who hate them. The show is meant to be about judging a person before knowing them, but to me it’s a lot about living two lives.

Branding clothing and celebrity endorsements

Katie Hinderer | 05 September 2011
Last week, the celebrity gossip sites were all abuzz with the news that Abercrombie and Fitch had asked The Situation to stop wearing its clothing.
 
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