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Tulisa: The Price of Fame

Documentary which follows the last 12 months in the singer Tulisa Contostavlos's life. Combining self-shot diary footage with actuality, the programme shows what it is really like to be on the receiving end of a tabloid sting and its consequences. The film charts Tulisa's highs and her lows, her arrest, her charge, state of mind and suicide attempt and her treatment at the hands of the tabloid press as she travels to the brink of disaster before her case collapses and she regains her life and her reputation.

Hard-hitting and harrowing, the film lifts the lid on this episode in the singer's life and in doing so tells us about the nature of celebrity culture and how it feels to be a major celebrity facing public ruin.

1 hour

Last on

Tue 12 Aug 2014 03:00


Role Contributor
Executive ProducerJonathan Levi

"Tulisa wanted an opportunity to tell her side of the story"

Jonathan Levi & Tulisa

Executive Producer Jonathan Levi talks about filming Tulisa during her toughest year yet.

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