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Have you ever wondered what it was like inside a VIP celebrity party? Have you ever admired a celebrity’s outfit and wished you could afford something similar? Do you want to know where the A’list hang out and have fun? Stick with us and we’ll show you EVERYTHING!

Zoe Griffin is the founder of Live Like A VIP. She’s your average girl next door. Early years spent experimenting with make-up,  customising clothes, doing dance routines to The Spice Girls and getting dressed up to go to parties to socialise and have fun. A mix of curiosity and ambition led her to London where she worked her way around national newspapers – The Daily Telegraph, The Mail on Sunday, The London Paper and The Sunday Mirror.

Nominated for London Personality of the Year in 2011 and 2012 and Cosmopolitan Celebrity Blogger of the Year in 2011, Zoe may now get remarkable access to celebrities but she is still curious and still ambitious and still determined to enjoy every single moment. There are three of us working at LiveLikeaVIP.com and we promise to be your eyes and ears into the celebrity world. If you want lots of news stories go to the Mail Online (that’s our favourite) but if you want to know what goes on BEHIND THE SCENES stick with us.

SOME OF OUR FAVOURITE MOMENTS:

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Zoe hangs with her childhood role models – THE SPICE GIRLS!

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Zoe tries to dress like a Pussycat Doll

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Zoe grins like a maniac meeting Brad Pitt in Cannes

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Definitely still smiling on meeting James Bond, Daniel Craig

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Comedian Russell Brand cracks a joke and Zoe grins even more…

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Zoe really should learn to shut her mouth when meeting celebrities, especially pretty ones like Kylie

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David Hasselhoff teaches Zoe how to pose

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Zoe gets the dress code and the smile right when she meets The Saturdays

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It gets a bit messy when Zoe meets Twilight star Robert Pattinson

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Zoe tries to pretend she is sporty with Olympic swimmers Keri-Anne Payne and Rebecca Adlington

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Zoe compares hats with Ne Yo.

 

 

 

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    I think celebrities are more a statistical than a real world achieving elite, though many learn quickly to earn their place. I wondered at the wisdom of celeb status when I learnt about monarch programming and celebrities.
    And Yet 3 friends really wanted to do dress sourcing modelling and selling. Rather than fund an effort that statistically had little chance against so many others (statistically) , I put them in touch with each other, one full of promise in upstarting Mongolia, one a shrewd judge of people a native charming BritAsian here in the Uk and one more wannabe in the Philippines. Like me today, after trying, they are surely older and wiser?
    Dresses got my attention and theirs, I seem to suffer from the industry and I rarely buy one. Please see beachhutman on twitter, but espadrilles were also mentioned. I was asked to source shoes and dresses on my mac and they would..er..sell them in the third world.
    Have you ever noticed in the Hollywood cinema heroines (Damseld in Distress) when they are tied up the camera always goes to or includes clearly their dainty little feet? It is a fetish! An expensive distraction!
    Here is a fact, a UK male spends an average of £7,000 before he proposes marriage to a potential wife. Unsure of my skills or stamina I offered each some sort of notional seed-corn cash for them to start without me and retired fast to my man-cave where I am going slowly mad.
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    I never noticed all the variations when I was stamp collecting. I was able to manufacture in my mind a saving in combining people good at finding what I was then hiding. I figured they combining without my funding in an unlikely co operative effort could be a representative litmus test, skewing the statistics such that if they failed together they would lose the least and at least have friends and dressed galore for their future lives. This is the sort of thing I suggested, and hang the price mark-up between sourcing in the West and designing for manufacture in the east. I was a bit skewed anyway: see http://price-decrease.com/page/1573/ This is an example of the sort of thing a bloke thinks of (for those three anyway). I should have checked the small print else I will never be attractive to either someone who like an angel connects with enthusiasm or nowadays with an Amazonian like Gf to seize whatever initiative I have left which seems to fit the industry as one grows older and too big by half., Ah, monarchprogramming.com which is a site I stole from the industries that fashion us, it does mention dresses and celebrity clothing a bit and should trace back to where I learnt about dresses and mind control. Honest. Geez, it really goes on.

  • Michelle Jones

    Hi Zoe – I just wanted to write a quick note to thank you so much for writing your book ‘Get Rich Blogging’. I started my blog lovemusicsing.com
    in mid-December and the level of detail in the book regarding all aspects of blogging and monetizing the blog
    has been invaluable. I’ve put a strategy together with daily, weekly and long term tasks/goals and re-reading the book is one of the long term ones. Many thanks once again.

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