Jade Goody of Essex, the person made famous by nothing more than her appearances on the Channel 4 Big Brother and Celebrity Big Brother programmes, has written a book - or rather, someone else wrote a book about her, and she sanctioned it with a nod.
The book is called Catch A Falling Star, and dozens of her fans gathered at Waterstones in Thurrock recently to see her attempt to sign it.
Thurrock is a town in Essex, and home to the Thurrock Patriots, a nasty little throng of racists who frequent the Thurrock Patriots website, in turn, a nasty little place where racists gather to moan about 'foreigners'.
Goody, herself, was called a racist for her racist verbal attacks on Indian model, Shilpa Shetty, during last year's Celebrity Big Brother which Shetty won. As well as becoming a publicly-hated figure, Goody was banned from visting India, after causing an international incident.
The book-signing event was attended by more than 100 local BNP members and Thurrock Patriots, who sang rousing songs and voiced their approval of Goody's stance on 'those who eat poppadums', and chanted her name in unison.
One Patriot told us:
"I read all Jade's stuff. Shiz me faverit orfer."