Last Saturday The Irish Times ran a story by Roison Ingle about the Dublin premiere of Wild Child. Mostly it was an interview with Emma Roberts, but this line stood out:
"Thankfully in teenworld, whether it's 1968 or 2008, some things never change... when one of the stars of the film, blonde dreamboat Alex Pettyfer walks into the cinema, the girls dissolve in a seething mass of sighs, bosom-clutching antics and puce faces. And that's just the thirtysomething journalists."
It's not just the girls, Roison.