More than just okay. OK! is one of the UK’s premier women’s lifestyle magazines, and we’ll be very surprised if you haven’t already heard of it already.
OK is the leading source for celebrity interviews, fashion, beauty and all the latest and juiciest gossip. This glossy mag is absolutely packed with great features on the most famous of famous names – anything celeb makes it in. Alongside the latest news from the world of showbusiness There are tons of great photos of celebrities, both wanted pictures and more revealing ones than they might want seen! The perfect magazine for a coffee break with your girl friends.
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OK! is all about the celebrity, and we’re a little bit uncertain about the celebrity culture that has gripped our nation for many a year.
On the one hand, it is hard to resist the urge to read the latest gossip about famous faces. After all, these are the people who are our highest paid actors, musicians, singers and so on. We enjoy seeing celebrities looking both their very best and their rather worst, learning from their style and avoiding their fashion failures. It’s amazingly engrossing to watch someone step, blinking into the limelight, gain fame, recognition and become a household name, and then watch them fall from grace. There’s a surprising appreciation of schadenfreude in the British mindset.
It is this that makes us a little worried about the whole celeb culture thing. After all, the celebrities haven’t really done anything, either particularly positive or negative. We take a little too much interest in their lives, perhaps living vicariously through their achievements, and then revelling in their falls from grace. There can be the tendency to forget that those famous names are people as well, and worthy of a bit of sympathy. Though, they are paid a really rather exceptional amount for essentially very little real work. Ah, well now we’re happy to watch them fail! NB