THE Labour Party are set to try and attract more "high-profile" celebrities to the movement, according to the specifications of a full-time job role posted on the party website. 

Party chiefs are looking to a hire a full-time "celebrities and endorsements manager" in a bid to elicit public endorsements of Starmer's leadership by notable public figures. 

Based in London and with a starting salary of £47,804.12, the role will involve being responsible for "engaging celebrities and other high-profile individuals in the work of the Labour Party in order to secure their endorsement, participation in events and wider support for the work of the party".

They will also be expected to "regularly horizon scan and track media and other sources to identify celebrities and other high-profile individuals who could become Labour supporters and endorsers".

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While many celebrities, including Stormzy, Dua Lipa and Little Mix, all publicly supported Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party ahead of the 2019 General Election, fewer A-list names have come out in support for Starmer. 

Actor and Royle Family star Ricky Tomlinson - a long-time supporter of the Labour Party - endorsed Starmer as the candidate he wanted to succeed Jeremy Corbyn after the MP for Islington North stepped down from the role in 2019.

However, since then Starmer has struggled to gain as much celebrity attention as his predescessor. 

Former Manchester Uniter footballer Gary Neville appeared alongside the leader at the party's annual conference earlier this year. 

This new job role suggests that Starmer has his sights on similar events in the future.