I looked up the word ‘irrelevant’ on Google and this came up:
If you say that something is irrelevant, you mean that it is not important in a situation.
Do irrelevant, not-important people get 12millions views on Youtube within 72 hours of the video being posted?
That’s the number of views Prince Harry and James Corden’s segment garnered on The Late Late Shows Youtube channel. It got millions more across Facebook and other social media.
Could it be any more obvious now, that whatever loud-mouthed gossip rag writers, and low-grade tv show hosts on The Island say, their words do not matter to anyone outside of its borders? The British Press is preaching to their own deranged choir, the rest of the world is not listening, rather, they’re watching what a pathetic freak show the bullies and trolls on The Island have become.
The world is waiting with bated breath to hear what Harry and Meghan will say. This is what the establishment did not want. They claim on Betty’s life they did nothing wrong, but for a bunch of people who are supposedly innocent, they sure are panicking.
The #CarnivalOfSoCalledExperts seem to think it is okay to create a negative narrative about someone, yet the subject of their abuse is not allowed to take any control of their own narrative. When they finally do, they claim that they are invading their own privacy. Just because someone is a public figure does not mean they do not deserve a private life. The British public seems to think so because of the abusive relationship they have always had with the Royals.
Yes, public figures play a game of PR, they always have, and even though they act as if they don’t; so do Royals. How else do you convince an entire nation to continue funding your extravagant lifestyle while many of your subjects live in poverty?
The Royals are a form of celebrity, they just pretend not to be, like they’re above it, while simultaneously wishing they had Hollywood star power. Diana had star power, as do Harry and Meghan, and it has The Firm SHOOK.
PR is not something to be scoffed at, executed at its best, it’s a form of storytelling, What we witnessed between James Corden and Prince Harry was storytelling mastery, because while it was a production, it was also authentic.
This was authentic, free, incandescent with joy Harry. This is the difference between the stiff protocol of Royal PR and the storytelling mastery that Harry and James executed because no amount of money thrown at PR can buy you AUTHENTICITY.
That is how you get 12million views in 72 hours.
In the segment, Harry and James carefully weave between light-hearted family talk, with more serious subject matters. Remember when the British government was considering making Netflix put a warning before The Crown to state it was fiction, and Netflix was like…FUCK OFF!
Well, Harry told James he preferred The Crown ya’ll, and he said it WHILE SIPPING TEA!
It’s the unbotheredness for me.
He made the point that The Crown while loosely based on the truth, was clearly a fictionalised version of events, whereas the British Press print lies and fodder while claiming to be news. Some rag-mag writers have accused Harry of attacking the journalistic profession, but the very existence of these tabloid rags has been the biggest attack on journalistic integrity since the start of the printing press.
On a more light-hearted note, you know what else we found out? King Archie’s first word: crocodile. Three syllables, the kid is going to be a show-stopper.
One thing that struck me about the whole segment was how at ease Harry was. He was fun, engaged, and not afraid to laugh at himself. Remember when all the tabloids claimed that it was Meghan who wanted to work her way back onto the screen? Watch that entire segment with James Corden and try to tell me Harry wouldn’t make a great talk-show host. Imagine Prince Harry having a hit US show, when 🤡 The Clown We Won’t Call By Name 🤡 failed so miserably in America. The thought of it makes me cackle like the Wicked Witch of The West. Someone at CBS makes it happen! Archewell Audio is the warm-up.
The Oprah interview is this Sunday and with this recent appearance, Diana’s son has set the tone. Meghan, Daughter of Queen Doria, it’s over to you.
March 7th is starting to feel like it’s a year away.