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“Daily interactions made me panic”

Interviewing celebrities and getting paid for it was always my dream. After working my way up the ladder in London, I moved to Dubai, where I interviewed A-listers. Making small talk at parties filled with famous faces gave me an adrenaline rush that I loved.

When I returned home after three years,

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