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Do you want to sell a celebrity story?

If you want to sell a celebrity story to newspapers, magazines, television and online, we are here to make sure you get the most for you story, photos or video. is part of the the UK’s largest press agency. We supply national newspapers, websites and magazines with content.

How to sell your celebrity story?

If you would like to sell a celebrity story, simply fill in the form, and we will be in touch quickly.

We will make sure you get the most money for your story and your story is treated sensitively and appropriately.

You can sell a celebrity story and remain anonymous. We are part of the UK’s largest independent press agency, meaning we act as a barrier between you and the publisher.

Last week, we helped Gemma sell a celebrity story is part of SWNS, the UK’s largest independent press agency. We help hundreds of people tell their stories to magazines and newspapers each day.

Last week Gemma got in touch because she wanted to warn other women about the singer Dane Bowers.

She hooked up with the DJ in Marbella in June 2016. After a romantic weekend they kept in touch via Whatsapp.
She claims they dated for 20 months, with him going on a family holiday to Mexico with her kids, and spending Christmas Day night (2017) together.


But she became suspicious when she claims she came across another blonde woman posting cutesy messages about him. They contained heart-emojis – on Instagram last month.

She messaged the other woman, who claimed she also thought her and Dane were an official item – and had been dating him since November.

The pair exchanged photos and screenshots of messages from Dane, Gemma claims, and the other woman told her she had confronted the cheat in public.


Gemma wanted to sell her celebrity story and we helped her do this in a sensitive way.

News editor Laura Elvin spoke to her on the phone and got all the details about her story, and looked at all the proof she had.

Trained journalist Laura spoke to Gemma about the information and photos she wished to include in the story, and then arranged for Gemma’s story to feature in the Star on Sunday as an exclusive.  We arranged the highest fee possible that was paid to Gemma upon publication.

Sell a celebrity story yourself

If you would like to sell a celebrity story then get in touch with us.

Simply fill in the story valuation form and we’ll get in touch with you.

There is no obligation to go forward and sell a celebrity story. Anything you send us is confidential until you tell us otherwise. Nothing will be printed without your permission. In addition we can answer any questions you might have.

If you could like to know more about our story selling service, you can also call 0117 9066500. We have offices, writers and photographers spanning the country.

Can I sell a celebrity story about any celebrity?

Yes! We work with all the national newspapers, websites and magazines, and have unrivaled contacts at each and every one.

Some newspapers are more interested in MPs. Some are more focused on footballers. However, our contacts mean we are well placed to sell a celebrity story of any kind. If you would like to sell a celebrity photo, we can help with that too (we have one of the largest news picture desks in the UK).

How much will I get when I sell a celebrity story?

How much you will earn will depend on what the story is, who it involves and what kind of proof you have.

We get the best fees and because we work with all the papers. We are well placed to secure the best deal for you. Our specially trained story brokers guarantee to fetch you the highest fee.

You can find out more on this site about how we sell your story, and approximately how much you can earn here.

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