Megan Fox Admits She's Hot, But Not Real
Megan Fox is finding out first hand that being really hot is actually really hard. In some parts of the world, children have their legs blown off by landmines whilst foraging for food, and in other parts of the world, pretty girls who earn millions of dollars for clinging languidly to imaginary massive robots go through truly terrible challenges.
Megan says: "I've learned that being a celebrity is like being a sacrificial lamb. At some point, no matter how high the pedestal that they put you on, they're going to tear you down. And I created a character as an offering for the sacrifice. I'm not willing to give my true self up. It's a testament to my real personality that I would go so far as to make up another personality to give to the world. The reality is, I'm hidden amongst all the insanity. Nobody can find me."
Well isn't that quirky and also what would end up happening anyway. It's hard enough to truly know someone you live with, let alone someone you once saw sauntering across a movie screen for a few hours. Celebrities are products. Even Miley Cyrus knows that and has made her peace with it, even admitting on Twitter that Disney has her pictures photo shopped.
“Just F.Y.I my legs DO NOT look like this in real life. That's the magic of a computer my friends. Just thought I would be honest.” Source and Picture
I almost became derailed from my original point in outrage over the fact that a primped and cossetted teenager is still not good enough for Disney in her natural state. This is the sort of thing that makes me hope that the 2012 nuts are right. We don't deserve to stay on the planet if we're this removed from any sense of reality, if we we make teenagers feel ugly for looking like teenagers and if we make grown women feel ugly for not looking like teenagers who don't even look like teenagers. It's a sham layered on top of a lie coated in falsehood. It's the festering open wound of the entertainment industry covered with a cute Hello Kitty bandage that will one day give way to waves of maggots that have been feeding on the putrid fears of the proletariat.
But anyway, back to Megan Fox, who thinks she's wonderful because she has hidden her true personality amidst the rubble of a myriad of other personalities. Welcome to life, dear, most people never show their true selves, not even to themselves.