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Member Name: sympatic
Disadvantages: Gushing editorial
Hello has long been an institution in publishing providing a ready source of money for celebrities wanting to cash on on their wedding / birthday/ birth of children/ barmithza (excuse spelling, divorces and probably funerals if the purse strings will stretch that far.
For me it is one of those magazines that you pick up in the doctors surgery while you inhale other peoples germs waiting for your turn to see a doctor.
Hello and it's rival OK can often be seen trying to out do each other with exclusive pictures of the celebrity event of the year and recently this spilled over into the courtroom.
Tha magazine itselffocuses on the rich and famous with large full colour pictures of either the celebs or royals lounging around in their homes or while on holiday in some exotic location. The editorial style is gushing to the point of being vomit inducing and those featured are always painted in the best possible light, both in words and pictures.
The Beckhams often warrant a few pages in every edition particularly Victoria often seen attending the latest fashion show.
The magazine costs £1.90 and is good value if you are brain dead. As you can guess I'm not a fan and would much rather give my hard earned pennies to the Bg Issue seller at least then I get a quality read and I'm helping someone who is in business for themselves.
Summary: Glossy rubbish