When it was announced recently that Chelsea Clinton had take a job as a NBC News correspondant, there were some grumblings about nepotism involving the children of politicians. The new career is actually just the first part of her effort to embrace her fame. Fittingly, she's making her debut in a way that only the daughter of two exceptionally popular politicians could: With a long, glowing profile in the New York Times.
The Clintons' refusal to let the press dig into Chelsea created a dearth of stories about her growth spurts during her teen years. Of course, Chelsea became a celebrity anyway, but she's in a unique position shared only by the likes of Kate Middleton and Jolie-Pitt children; Everyone knows who she is, but many people haven't even heard her speak. Now that's going to change, so if 20 years of being seen and unheard (with the exception of introducing her mom at a few campaign events) has whet your appetite for more Chelsea, you're in luck.