It might destroy your brain, as decades of celebrity wreckage can attest, but you’ll be adored by millions, who will have sympathy for you but perhaps not empathy.
(It’s probably unreasonable, however, to believe that a post-match Q. and A. is the tool for piercing the veil of secrecy.)
But the sudden rise of therapeutic concepts and language in celebrity communication can also be understood as a predictable result of the new demands of the job.
Mutated forms of celebrities, like politicians, had their own native ways of appearing to “go direct,” such as speeches.
If people cared about you long enough, you might have been able to cap your career with a score-settling memoir.
” Patrick McEnroe, you’ll, “