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In The Limelight

By Vanity Fair / Panoply

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Description

A weekly podcast from Vanity Fair's Josh Duboff and Julie Miller exploring the ins and outs of pop culture, entertainment, and celebrity. Pour yourself a glass of champagne (or two), and join us as we go in-depth on the celebrity narratives and storylines— from Kate Middleton to the Kardashians— we are obsessed with each week.

Customer Reviews

Lack of Knowledge...?

I came here for the British Royal discussion, but the lack of knowledge is astounding.

First, let's talk about who you guys talk about every episode i.e Meghan. You guys claim to like her, but you jab out little digs at her and say underhanded comments, she likes posting inspiring quotes, has a lifestyle blog, and does yoga, and you guys are holding back chuckles like there is an issue. Are you guys seriously looking down on her when you spend 15 plus minutes of your life talking about her.

You guys didn't even know how tMeghan and Harry met or why Meghan would be at the Invictus games, Suits films in Toronto which was where the Invinctus games were being hosted, also Meghan has friends that Harry knows and vice versa, one of those six degrees of separation things, also her charity workwoild be a big factor in how she would meet Harry.

You guys project your opinions on Meghan acting like she's desperate to impress and that Harry is idiot some idiot who is also desperate so he won't voice his opinions in the relationship, hell you act like Harry is close to Kate Middleton when he's not. "Sources" can claim what they want, but you don't have to be a Royal fan to know that Harry only cares about his brother, father, and his grandmother's opinion. Plus it should be common knowledge that one of Harry's closest friend is the sister of Prince William's ex, and still after so many years Harry isn't in any rush to drop them for Kate's sake.

You guys are also in this illusion that Kate Middleton has any say or power, she is not liked by the Royal Family, she's like the new Camille, Prince William didn't choose to marry her b/c he loved her so much but b/c the other women whom he proposed to rejected him, so Kate was the only one that stuck by him, b/c her mother groomed her to marry William. It is common knowledge that Kate Middleton's mother prepped Kate to be Prince William's wife all her life, it's also common knowledge that she's not helping her daughter gain any favors with the Queen especially after they spent the chrismas separate from the rest of the family.

And last but not least stop trying to make up some bs catfight crap between Kate and Meghan, what is this 1953.

I expected better b/c it was stated that one of the hosts was their resident royal go to, but he knows as much as his co-host which is not even a little bit.

Too mean-spirited

So, I love a gossipy and fun podcast, and listen to a number of thing, but I find these hosts too mean-spirited and judgmental, particularly with how they pit women against one another. I’ve listened to a few episodes, but had to stop after the constant discussion of how Kate is jealous of Meghan, how Kate is calculating to get back in the limelight, how she’s only parenting with regards to how it will look on camera. There’s no evidence of any of this, and it’s just as likely Kate is working behind the scenes to make things easier for Meghan. I thought vanity fair was past the time of trying to create friction among women just to tell a story, but I guess not. I’ve heard the same thing with Big Little Lies, and so it’s time for me to delete this podcast.

Very uncomfortable

So jaded, catty, bitchy and sarcastic. They sound like robots on marijuana.

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