They're beautiful, successful and rich, they lead lives most of us only dream of, and they seem so perfect. So with the world at their fingertips, why are our celebrities often so messed up? It takes a certain type of personality to achieve fame, and often the price of living your life in the public eye is more than just the hotel bills - the pressure can drive some to mental ruin, yet others flourish under the spotlight. In this controversial and groundbreaking book, top celebrity psychoanalyst Rita Wright has taken ten of today's most famous individuals and examined the details of their lives and personalities to paint a series of fascinating profiles. Find out the secrets you've always wanted to know about Robbie Williams, Jade Goody, Kerry Katona, Kate Moss and others as this book uncovers the true personalities and the disorders behind the public faces. For some, celebrity status is a blessing, but for so many becomes a curse that shakes the foundations of a star's existence. This is the essential guide to the madness of fame.