Finally, you’ll know for sure when you’re actually commenting the real Paris Hilton, and not one of the 900 imposters floating through MySpace.
MySpace Celebrity is here, and it gives “actors, musicians, athletes, comedians and socialites” a chance to interact with their fans.
This does raise a few questions for the L.A.-based company.
- How will the NCAA feel about college athletes on MySpace Celebrity?
- How many hit songs does a musician have to have to be a celebrity? How many imdb credits does an actor need?
- And what is the minimum income level to be considered an official socialite?
Many, many important questions, Tom. Do tell.