Good Old Jordan
I seem to recall being rather catty about Jordan a while back, though I'm buggered if I can find the post. Having read an interview with Jordan in this months Marie Claire I would rather like to buy her a pint and give her a hearty slap on the back.
It is increasingly rare to read a celebrity interview that isn't centered round one of these talent vacuums droning on about 'pressure' and the dreaded paparazzi. No such whining from our Jordan who claims that nothing bothers her.
'Sex sells......I've been doing 'Jordan' for ten years........It bought me my house and cars; it's secured me for life. I'm not going to throw all that away.'
'It's easy money.'
Compare and contrast this with the deranged bleatings of Jodie 'my pain' Marsh or the Beckhams parading their children around then complaining that Brooklyn will never be allowed to live a normal life.
Lord knows Jordan isn't the most talented or interesting person ever to appear in the public eye, but on the evidence of the Marie Claire interview she must surely be one of the most honest. Which I for one find very refreshing.