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They are embroiled in the world’s biggest financial scandal and subject to global and nation-wide derision typically reserved for disgraced public figures.Personal narrative – charisma and celebrity Both Dato Vida and Rosmah Mansor share similarities that demonstrate aspects of feminine excess and transgression.Both women rely on personal narrative to defend their excesses.It is defined by the size of one’s following, it promotes ‘irrational’ devotion, charisma is unstable but a necessary starting ingredient in the ‘objectification’ and ‘routinised’ control of political action.Thus, Weber does not regard charisma as only intrinsic to certain individuals but sees it relationally, in the number of followers, as social exchange and as strategies of ‘routinisation’.