Angry wife confronts husband at restaurant
There is debate if this is real or not… the girl in the video has a website, http://thatgirlemily.blogspot.com. It's a blog, supposedly written by "Emily" who during the past two weeks has discovered that her husband "Steven" is cheating on her. Coincidentally she started her blog just before all these interesting things in her life began occurring. She’s decided to get even with “Steven” by placing a large billboard near where he works with this message on it:
Emily's blog and billboard, as almost everyone who has posted about it agrees, just screams viral marketing. AtleastIhavechicken.com has summarized some of the reasons why it's probably a viral marketing campaign:
1) Emily has gone to some effort to conceal her identity;
2) Her blog is too well written (grammatically speaking) and the story unfolds a little too neatly to be real;
4) In addition to the billboard in New York (which seems to be real), an identical billboard has also been spotted in LA. The dual billboards, in my opinion, is the real clincher, because why would Emily, if she were real, pay for billboards in different cities?
I don't know who's the mastermind behind ThatGirlEmily, but here are the leading theories:
1) It's a viral created by an outdoor billboard company, to demonstrate the effectiveness of billboard advertising. (kind of like the Outhouse Springs campaign)
Emily vows 14 days of vengeance. So I'm sure we'll eventually know the real story behind this. via
Confirmed that his is indeed fake. Court TV was behind the entire campaign -- it was a viral marketing campaign to promote one of its programs, “Parco P.I."