As public controversy over injunctions intensified, Mr Marr found himself featuring in newspapers anonymously, with his face published as a silhouette, alongside other mystery celebrities who have cheated on their wives but who could not be named.
In reference to one of the latest cases, when a judge last week issued a gagging order which in theory applied to anyone and everyone, Mr Marr added: 'Injuncting the entire universe seems to be going a bit too far.' After the heartbreak of confessing the affair to his wife, Mr Marr and his family were determined it would not tear them apart.
Inspiration is for amateurs; the rest of us just show up and get to work.
If you wait around for the clouds to part and a bolt of lightning to strike you in the brain, you are not going to make an awful lot of work.
Not real ones, admittedly, but actors dressed in torn, bloodied clothing, with white painted faces spattered in blood.
They were part of a brilliant guerilla campaign for AMC’s new show, Walking Dead, which sent zombies out on the town in 26 cities around the country – a relatively low cost way to drive buzz for the series across the news world and the blogosphere.
Naturally, there are built-in safeguards to protect the privacy of those who do not wish it to be publicly known that they once enjoyed a one-night stand with a bloke from Birmingham after a particularly drunken computer show beano: Users simply register their profile for free before inputting the details of those they have slept with.Headed to a handful of Halloween parties last night, we hit the town dressed in honor of Jess’ favorite TV show. Jess as Fran “The Nanny” Fine, in vintage Adolfo: Me as Max Sheffield, with the ugliest tie sold at Housing Works Thrift Shop: And, a close-up of Jess’ wig, which pretty much deserves separate billing as a third character, especially given the number of people who thought it was real: [Special thanks to Nina Gold, for coming up with the idea, to Teen Vogue beauty editor Eva Chen, for mid-evening reapplication of gray hair streaking, and to the inimitable Nic Rad and Laura Lane, for braving Katz’s at AM.] “The advice I like to give young artists, or really anybody who’ll listen to me, is not to wait around for inspiration. He was half-way through his five-year stint as the BBC's political editor, reporting live from Downing Street most evenings.Unlike some of the recent injunction cases, in which women have been prevented from speaking about their affairs with famous men, the woman journalist in Mr Marr's case has never personally been gagged.