From the gossip rags like GLOBE to establishment media like THE NEW YORK TIMES, the celebrity spotlight has shifted to a new generation. Ronan Farrow and Chelsea Clinton dominate. And, like all celebrity figures in America, they go on a first-name basis.
Fading could be Angelina and Brad, who are, given the turbulent life cycle of celebrityhood, worn out. Our focus is now on how Ronan will do on MSNBS and Chelsea at the Clinton Foundation and maybe pitching in on her mom's campaign. In addition, there is the delicious possibility that they will be making big mistakes, providing the media, both tabloid and brandname, with scandal.
As we honor the 50th anniversary of John F. Kennedy's death, it is fitting that we open ourselves to passing the torch to a new generation of people who will provide us endless entertainment with their publicity strategies and pratfalls.