Anyway, my point is, do people really effing care what goes down at the offices of Marie Claire? I know enough about the magazine industry to know that certainly places less well-regarded than Vogue still have their fair share of drama and diva attitude, but somehow the appeal just isn't the same. As the fine folks at Jezebel pointed out, these types of shows never really end up showing you what you really want to see, namely what sorts of office politics are really going on (beyond the broad stroke Miranda Priestley archetypes that the producers pretty much fabricate for the sake of the cameras), which celebs are pains in the arse to deal with and how much Photoshopping goes in to the cover photos. You know, the nitty gritty! So forgive me if I'm not too friggin' effusive about this. I'm still biding my time for when the Hills spin-off featuring PR Bitch par excellence Kelly Cutrone debuts -- now there's a woman who's for real. And by for real, I mean an evil nightmare diva succubus. Otherwise known as made for reality TV!
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