Chapter 5 introduces and reflects on another characterological figure of Geordie, celebrity personality Vicky Pattison, comparing and contrasting her Geordie stylizations to Cheryl’s in terms of her attitude and contribution to Geordie indexing definitions and redefinitions. The chapter also focuses on the concept of public acceptance: it is not simply because Cheryl, Vicky Pattison and other individuals are, or speak (or do not speak), Geordie that their regional identities can (or cannot) be constructed as Geordie. This process of construction can only occur when they are mutually regarded (or not regarded) as Geordie, that is, when their Geordieness is turned into a social object.