A selfie with Gemma Collins for £12: what celebrities charge to connect with fans
Set up last year by film producer Steve Galanis, Cameo allows celebrities to monetise the time they want to spend interacting with fans
Tuesday, 26th November 2019, 4:09 pm
Updated Cameo, the singer set about delivering the news. “[Cheyanne] wants you to know that you mean a lot to her — you mean the world to her — but she’s having difficulty staying in this long-distance relationship,” he said in the clip that was shared on Twitter.
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A second Cameo video by Scaramucci, also recorded for $100, then emerged in which he acknowledged how this is “one of the toughest Cameos he’s ever given,” but that the “bad information” would be “very good” for Bradyn in the long-term. They have both since been claimed by Twitter user @SeanAppalled who says he bought them as a joke – though this hasn’t been confirmed.
In a world where we no longer covet autographs from our favourite stars, and a selfie is far more important than actually having a conversation with them, personalised video messages are the future of fan culture. Set up last year by film producer Steve Galanis, Cameo allows celebrities – who often make no secret of the fact they don’t want to pose for hundreds of selfies a day – to monetise the time they want to spend interacting with fans from the comfort of their own home.