Even though Hollywood celebrities do seem to reside pretty lavish lifestyles and are not prone to being grounded in the reality most of us ‘regular’ people are forced to deal with, I have to say I feel sorry for what they’re frequently subjected to in the celebrity news magazines.
For instance, there’s a young blond celebrity who seemed to be getting some mental challenges, following a really public breakup and divorce, shaving her head and behaving in other bizarre methods. You probably know who this celebrity is, but I can not tell the distinction amongst them ” there’s lots of young, blond celebrities behaving badly. Anyway, in the case of this distinct young lady, the celebrity news magazines caught her every movement on tape, from walking the dog to attempting to cover her face, in tears, as she entered her limousine. If she had been just an ordinary non-celebrity, no 1 would have paid a scrap of attention. The non-celebrity would be whisked off by her parents to a psychologist to, hopefully, address the difficulties.
Getting a celebrity must be like living in a fish bowl, surrounded by lights and cameras, wielded by the paparazzi, hopeful of a large paycheck for their scoop photo. That sort of consideration would drive me to a hermitage! Ethical behavior is surely not the purview of the celebrity news magazine employees members.
Celebrity rumors and possible scandals are their mainstay. Who does not don’t forget vicious rumors began by high college enemies, with out any substance or truth to be identified? Sure, some of these celebrity rumors, published in celebrity news magazines and then spread in celebrity forums and celebrity blogs, might ultimately prove to be correct. Nonetheless, most in the end prove to be untrue, or, at very best, exaggerated spins. I suppose that is one of the pitfalls of becoming a celebrity. You are vulnerable in so several ways we ordinary people are not.
In a word, ‘celebrities exposed’ is the mission statement of many of the celebrity news magazines. If practically nothing negative can but be discovered, the celebrity is primed for future troubles with pieces on celebrity style trends, hairstyles, celebrity selections in makeup and the existing crop of celebrity diets. Such pieces introduce their readership to the celebrity in query, with name recognition as the objective. The photo files develop into a substantial collection. As soon as Mr. or Ms. Celebrity takes a misstep, the bigger the far better, the celebrity news magazine has a cover story.
Politicians are also straightforward targets in the rumor and scandal mill. These have a tendency to revolve about marital infidelities. You have got to wonder how big of a employees of legal pros are retained by the celebrity news magazines!
Even the celebrity look-alikes gain a massive amount of consideration. It tends to make a excellent story for the readers, without considerably risk for the publishers of the celebrity news magazines. These humor pieces are tough for anybody to resist enjoying and it is tough to sue somebody for carrying out an impersonation, as was the case with Sarah Palin and Tina Fey. Hey, I must agree this type of entertainment value is rich. Who will ever neglect I can see Russia from my back yard!, or I fairly a lot read whatever’s lying around … I’ll get back to you on that, for the duration of Katie Couric’s clever interview.
You could not spend me sufficient to be a celebrity! I will have to admit that the celebrity news magazines probably supply a glimmer of entertainment in a planet in dire straights.
Moment Nepal earthquake hit – BBC News
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Video shows the moment earthquake hit Nepal. Much more than 800 people are believed to have died in a strong earthquake that struck Nepal, wrecking a lot of historic buildings. The quake measured 7.9 and struck an area among the capital Kathmandu and the city of Pokhara, the US Geological Survey mentioned.
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