Why are we so interested in bad pictures of celebrities?
Good question. I think it's because we almost always see these folks with their makup on, looking great. In comparison, we frequently see our friends, spouses and others without makeup. We wonder why they don't look better. So, we want to see HOW or what these celebs really look like under the pancake. Do they look similar to us, better or worse? I suppose it makes us feel a little more normal to know many of them aren't that much better looking than many people we know.
I second to scott, i want to see the natural looks of the celebrities for me to know if they are really that good looking or not. . and sometimes they are actually worse without makeup on.
This always bothered me as well...
I really never cared what celebrities looked like without make-up. It's odd.
I know I love to see the skankiest portraits of my fav stars just so I can laugh and say "see you beeyotches, you ain't got dat stah qualitee alla time, beeyotches!" Then I go watch to make sure I don' laff so hard my mascara shee runnnnnn! eeek! vengeances, dudes, we get vengeance on dem richiees!
because it reminds us that they're human, and since they're human, just like us, it tells us that we also can 'make it' in Hollywood if we try....
It's makes everyone feel better to see that without being airbrushed and styled they are actually normal people as well and they aren't perfect because no one is
by Amie Warren6 years ago
I used to think I wouldn't do it, but now I do it a lot. I used to get up every morning, have a cup of coffee, shower and do my hair and makeup. I was always dressed, never slouched around in sweats unless I was sick....
by ahorseback4 weeks ago
My message to celebrities who use the podium and the position of their popularity to try to sway public votes and opinions ---------Just shut up!How do you poll about celebrity opinions?
by realtalk24714 months ago
Lawsuit –Algerian man sues wife upon witnessing his wife to be without makeup. $20,000 is the amount of the lawsuit for the groom claiming to have suffered psychological distress, claiming fraud, when he...
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