Yet Another Super Bowl Attention Whore Surfaces

I’m happy to report that we have our first Super Bowl attention whore sighting. USA TODAY inexplicably reports that a female comedian is trying to use a website to raise $3M so she can run a personal ad during the Super Bowl telecast. (She’s raised $500 so far.)

Sarah Spain

(If you’re keeping score, here’s the last Super Bowl attention whore)

USAT notes someone named Amy Borkowsky hopes to ignite her non-existent show business career by getting national publications to pick up her lame p.r. ployhopes to land Mr. Right with a personal ad” during the Super Bowl XLIII broadcast.

A photo of Ms. Borkowsky, whose entertainment credits include … um, after the jump.

USAT goes on to report that her site, called SuperBowlSingleGirl.com, includes “personal data on the fortysomething … as well as details on how to donate.” And that NBC said “fewer than eight spots remain unsold, so the funding must come quickly.”

After reading reportage like that, I just don’t get why all those copies of the national daily remain on the floor in front of every hotel room in the Lower 48.

OK, here’s a pic of Ms. Borkowsky:

amy borkowsky

(Post-op?)

Don’t shoot the messenger!

So what have we learned from all this? Hire a good enough publicist and you can get your latest career move, no matter how sad and desperate, published by the main media. (Now if I can only get that publicist’s number myself!)