why is it that people or should i say famous people every time it is that there weight changes or something why is it a big issue why do people jugde and speak on it all though they dont no wat he/she is going threw and do not no why it is that they blew up like that basically wat i saying is why is everything such a big deal wen your famous but if your not its just like this is your every day life which it is but that for any and every body famous or not
A lot of people need something to follow, and since God doesn't seem to be enough for them, then they have adopted this intense interest in the celebrities. Personally I would rather like to be left out of tabloids, when it is about weight and bad memories. I think John Travolta's loss of his son got worse with the media attention constantly intruding.
Not everyone is religious...
Fame can be an exciting concept for people. We ("normal" people) can see it as a fast, easy track to sex, drugs, and money. It's something to fantasize about--what if your job was to be as sexy and appealing as possible, or to write and perform music? It sounds luxurious compared to sitting at a desk all day
The only good thing about being famous is the massive amounts of money.
The money and also, you become popular. Whether it's good news or bad, you are THERE and people see you. Everyone wants to feel loved.
Plus if you mess up you go to jail for about 3 seconds.
OH! Also because you want everyone to know what your name is and have all those people who were jerks be like "crap...i knew him/her."
Great fame can be a great burdon. Many celebrities handle it well -- even managing to lead a private life. I suppose they're the ones who stay out of trouble.
What I think really is good about being famous, is that you have the opportunity of leaving your mark on the world -- I do mean famous, and not infamous ...
lots and lots of sex
oh ya, can do that now :
okay lots of free food then
I don't see anything fascinating about being famous. Those people can't go ANYWHERE without having paparazzi's and journalists literally floating out their asses. They can't do the stuff the rest of us do, they can't go grocery shopping or take their kids to a Dairy Queen on a Sunday. Those things we hate, but I read an interview with Jennifer Aniston once, and she said "I would give so much to go back to the old days, where I could walk into a store without a disguise, and go grocery shopping."
There's nothing fascinating about this world.
I couldn't agree more. The life of famous people is crazy enough to tip a lot of them over the edge. I would hate it if I could not go see my kids without it being on the news. Crazy!
Yeah, and I mean, if you gain 5 lbs, you're on the cover of OK!, Hello!, US Weekly and all those trash magazines, and suddenly you're a fat, greasy guy!
I can not believe how broken these people must be. I mean, I'm sure all the money and those mansions they live in has got to be okay, but privacy is one of the human rights -- They have NO privacy what so ever. I mean, some paparazzi took pictures of Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick having sex through their bedroom window. That's going a bit too far, don't you think?
And when you go to an event, designers give you clothes to wear to it, Asprey loans you jewelry, you get a gift bag with a cell phone, an i-pod, a bottle of Cristal, and, and, and ...
No, but I can only dream of being an inspired poet or writer. Sighs...
by Vibhavari 9 years ago
Why do so many talented, popular and well loved celebrities take to drugs and alcohol?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 8 years ago
Are we too obsessed with the lives of celebrities and famous people, preferring to live vicariouslythrough them than to really live our own lives to the fullest?
by Tony Mead 7 years ago
Why do gays have to come out? why do they need to tell everyone?I get fed up hearing about gay rights, gay whatever.I don't find the need to tell everyone around me that I'm not gay; I doubt if anyone cares, so why do they make such a song and dance about it?
by cooldad 10 years ago
I am fascinated by society and culture, especially the obsession with celebrities. Has this family done anything productive for society? Please help me understand why they are famous.And I am the only one who thinks that Bruce Jenner is hiding in the closet with a video camera?Just...
by LeonJane 8 years ago
Why do people worship movie/film celebrities?The more attention that you give them the more money they demand in subsequent movies that they star in. Are they really worth the money that they get? Do they really change or benefit society? Why don't humans worship scientists that discover cures for...
by Stevennix2001 12 years ago
well i think the title says it all, so how about it folks. why do we care so much about topics like this?
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