Album: Everybody Wants To Be On TV (2010)
Charted: 37

Songfacts®:

  • Having mentioned British TV star Michaela Strachan, Elvis Presley and James Bond on their self-titled debut album, this track name-checks three Hollywood greats. Vocalist Roy Stride told the Sunday Mail January 10, 2010: "The album has a song called 'Famous,' which is a celebration of reality television and pop culture. In the song, we mention James Dean, Audrey Hepburn and Bette Davis. The line is, 'Forget Audrey Hepburn, forget Bette Davis. I want to be known just for being famous.'"

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