Since 1987 the comic strip Celeb has chronicled the career and lifestyle of cartoon wrinkly rock star Gary Bloke. Gary is a fictional creation, but one whose misadventures frequently bear uncanny resemblance to those of his real-life A-list contemporaries. It's all here. The self-publicising trophy wife, the dopey, ne'er-do-well grown up son from a previous marriage (Gary forgets which one), and the cute kiddies with ridiculous made up names. From the obligatory mansion in the country, to the house in Bel Aire, it's a world of private jets, premieres, sell-out gigs and cosmetic surgery by the yard. But also of egomania, raging insecurities, celebrity stalkers, court cases, scandals, tax problems, substance abuse, rehab and failed suicide bids. Not to mention the problems of getting proper ploughman's pickle flown over from England in time for lunch when you're on holiday in Mustique.
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