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So, Who the Hell is Really Famous? Feh Tarty Wants to Know…from Moms

Yes, this is the brainchild of agency creative vet Feh Tarty, who has spent the last three years as a creative director at Mother London and has also worked at the likes of W+K and Goodby during his career. While Mother NY does its own thing with “Momtract,” we have this celeb-themed Mother’s Day effort from across the pond that includes a game called, yes,Who is Really Famous. Regarding the project, Tarty says, “Throughout my career in advertising, I’ve had the opportunity meet some famous people. But when I would share these experiences with my mom, in more cases than not, she would have no idea who a person was. I would jokingly say to friends that no one is really famous unless my mom knows who they are. So I decided to find out who actually is, according to my mom, by making a film and asking her which names or faces she [recognized].”

As the clip suggests, you are asked to select photos of at least 20 celebrities and then ask your mother whether she recognizes them. So farthe “top least famous people” on the Who Is Really Famous site are Diddy and Russell Crowe. C’mon mums, you can do better because we’re talking about royals, pop stars and others for heaven’s sake. Give it a go if you’d like with yours and play here.

 

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