How to Become a ‘Fictional’ Celebrity: The Top 10 Ways You Can Make Your Name as a Fictional Person

How to Become a ‘Fictional’ Celebrity: The Top 10 Ways You Can Make Your Name as a Fictional Person

July 2, 2021 Comments Off on How to Become a ‘Fictional’ Celebrity: The Top 10 Ways You Can Make Your Name as a Fictional Person By admin

Vanity Fair’s annual book fair takes place from May 1-5 in Los Angeles.

For the first time ever, readers can enjoy more than 150 authors and authors-in-residence who have written for the magazine.

It’s a big deal to have authors who are in a position to write for Vanity Fair, which has a total of 4,500 employees, and it’s a good sign that this year’s event will be the biggest yet.

In addition to the authors, who will also be attending are: Kanye West, David Bowie, George Saunders, Stephen King, Tom Waits, Kenny G, Laura Ingalls Wilder, Toni Morrison, Jack Kerouac, Mick Jagger, Hank Williams Jr., Billie Holiday, Paul Simon, Elvis Presley, Dylan Thomas, Ralph Ellison, Michael Jackson, Sylvester Stallone, Julia Roberts, James Dean, John Lennon, Nina Simone, Oscar-nominated director Quentin Tarantino, Lil Wayne, Steve McQueen, Pee-wee Herman, Aaliyah, The Beatles, Beyoncé, Prince, Carnie O’Connor, Mariah Carey, Ellie Goulding, Amy Winehouse, Queen Latifah, Gwen Stefani, Wendy Williams, Lady Gaga, Pink, Jennifer Hudson, Selena Gomez, Jessie Ware, Bruce Springsteen, Katy Perry, Nicole Kidman, Billy Joel, Christine Isabella, Barry Manilow, Bill Murray, Harry Styles, Jazzy Jeff, Kate Moss, Chris Cornell, Jim Carrey, Jeffrey Dahmer, Janet Jackson,​Sylvia Plath, Leslie Odom Jr.,​Julie Andrews,​Dee Dee Myers,​Penny Lane,​Julia Louis-Dreyfus,​Ella Fitzgerald,​Jennifer Garner,​Marion Cotillard,​Miley Cyrus,​Selena,​TLC,​Rihanna,​Barry White,​Paul McCartney,​Gwenyth Paltrow,​Taylor Swift,​Kate Moss