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What celebrity would you want to trade lives with?

  1. jaydawg808 profile image90
    jaydawg808posted 3 years ago

    What celebrity would you want to trade lives with?

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  2. NiaLee profile image61
    NiaLeeposted 3 years ago

    Surprise, I can't find one. I don't know the real life of most of them, I don't like the life of those I do know something about... I'd love to be a successful artist: writer, musician or painter, have some assets, a few beautiful houses, be healthy and happy.

  3. lisavollrath profile image96
    lisavollrathposted 3 years ago

    I wouldn't want to trade lives with any celebrity. Who needs that kind of hassle? I like my nice, quiet life.

  4. Aime F profile image84
    Aime Fposted 3 years ago

    I don't think I'd want to trade lives with any celebrity permanently, but a few days might be fun. Honestly, my decision would probably be based on who the celebrity is married to as opposed to the celebrity themselves. My end game would probably be to uh, spend some quality time with Jensen Ackles or something.

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    Daveadams36posted 3 years ago

    Honestly none at all not for anything in the world, would i swap my life with any greedy celeb..My life is far better than their's, because i don't need fame & fortune or people to lick my arse!lol....I mean lets take Tom Cruise for example, a fine actor in my opinion who's made some really great films....But wtf has he contributed to society or the world, & what has he done for the poor & starving etc..He' done what all the rest of them have done which is hoard their money as a status symbol, & standby & let his fame be used for himself to make more money to add to his mountain of money he's already got..Celebs have a golden fantastic opportunity to become a true legend of history, & they can inspire millions of fans to be good stand up people by setting an example..But of course they don't & how will Tom Cruise ever know who his true friends are, he will never know who loves him or who his true friends are until he's lost the lot....So in fact the best thing he could ever do is give all his money away to good causes, then find out who his real friends are & become a living legend....I'll bet you 20 nicker he never will, because he's too scared to find out the truth like all the rest of them are....Far better to be a real person who cares than a celeb who only worships themselves, & any one who has more than what they personally need is a greedy person.

  6. Laudemhir Jan profile image84
    Laudemhir Janposted 3 years ago

    I don't want their lives, they could have their fame and money - they look so perfect from far away, but their problems are bigger than mine so no thanks!

 
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