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I'll miss answering emails from readers–both nice and nasty.I wrote about celebrity memoirs and bemoaned the fact that while talented writers couldn't get their books published or on bookstore shelves, celebs could sell cookbooks, self-help tomes and YA novels.I wrote about my disdain for Hollywood's contant flood of remakes and sequels and consistently pitched jokey ideas in Tattle for movies and TV shows, spun off from the insipid ideas folks were being paid a ton of dough to generate.“It’s this: female stars like Jennifer Aniston deliberately perpetuate the myth of ‘perfection’ by posing for endless magazine covers which have been airbrushed so much that in some cases the celebrity is virtually unrecognizable.” Chrissy and Anna weren’t having it and slammed him for his opinion piece.Who could say no to such a compliment–and the whopping $50 raise that came with it?Over the years I've also been fortunate enough to meet and interview many of the celebrities I'd snarkily written about and countless more who never made the Tattle column.
My favorites were Dakota Fanning, Jodie Foster, Brad Furman, Spike Lee, Kelli Garner, Paula Patton, Michael Douglas, Diablo Cody, Tom Hanks, Jason Reitman, Halle Berry, Michael Caine, Keira Knightley, Kate Hudson, Norristown/Conshy's Maria Bello, Upper Darby's Tina Fey and Felicity Jones ().
I wrote about "Upper Darby's Tina Fey" and "Former Daily News Intern Bradley Cooper" and whenever I mentioned Maggie Gyllenhaal or Felicity Jones, as an inside joke I plugged their roles in my movie, , starring Callum Blue and Nadine Velazquez, available on DVD and all VOD platforms.) Occasionally, I wrote about the struggling newspaper industry (I'm for it) and the Newspaper Guild (I'm for that too) because the people I work with try hard to get things right and inform people honestly.
Occasionally they have to deal with abusive phone calls, emails, text messages, online comments and letters to the editor, but I imagine that will all change today as we usher in a new golden age of journalism.
So a photo appeared in the paper with Dan Gross and I standing on a ladder and "Nubian Princess" Jenice Armstrong (Stalberg's words, not mine) standing on the floor between us, and I took the baton passed from Susan Stewart to Ann Gerhart to Francesca Chapman to Regina Medina.
All of these Tattle writers brought their own style, sense of humor and quirks to the job, which was essentially to aggregate celebrity gossip stories from media outlets around the world, eons before aggregating celebrity gossip became an industry unto itself.
An estimated 82 percent of the audience was female, and 48 percent were over the age of 34. * Wednesday, Vice President Joe Biden was at the DNC in Philadelphia, addressing the nation.