Some are born great, some achieve greatness. Some have greatness thrust upon them. And some have the misfortune to appear on a reality TV show. From Abi to Will, Chantelle to Shane, if there's one thing reality television has taught the masses; it's that everybody wants their fifteen minutes of fame. Just about anyone can get their name in print; blogs mean anyone can snap some snazzy pictures of themselves and pretend to be whoever and whatever they want; wannabe pop stars can put their music on the web in the hope of getting signed; and in this indispensable take on our obsession with celebrity, Tony Cowell sifts through hundreds of stars' long (and short) careers to bring us the ultimate guide to getting - and staying - in the spotlight. Do you dream of becoming the next Jade, Paris, or Chico? In that case you need help, big-time. With fascinating facts, typical life spans of the famous and not-so-famous and advice on how to get it right, tips from the fame makers, information and what you can earn, and the top twenty celebrities famous for doing nothing, "Is It Just Me or is Everyone Famous?" explores all the avenues to becoming a bona fide member of the jet-set.