Celebrities are constantly in the media for their outrageous or strange antics. Nowadays it doesnâ€™t take a lot to be known as a â€˜celebâ€™. The influence of the ‘Celebrity world’ has led to extreme effects, especially amongst youths, as most magazines are full of tabloids and attention seeking articles which speak little truth. Not only this, but the images of celebrities are usually quite false due to the constant need for perfection and ‘beauty’ which means that people automatically assume looking good is the answer to everything. Their private lives, more than ever, are portrayed and somewhat painted through the lenses of mass media. The media do not hesitate to ludicrously invade celebritiesâ€™ personal lives. They should be treated as normal citizens who have every right to attain privacy over the ungainly scrutiny of the public. The most personal details of their lives are splashed all over the front pages of the Globe. Even a celebrity’s family is hauled into the spotlight which I think is too bad. Although they might be Julia Roberts mother, or George Clooney’s daughter, they are still people.
They become a celebrity in some way just by being related to them, even though they might not want to be one. The spotlight seems to shine most on family when the celebrity has a secret. For example, there getting married or there having a baby, or is doing something critics do not approve of. It doesn’t matter if the details are from your past or present, critics exaggerate those details, and make them known to the world. The information that gets spread tends to make people form strong opinions on the celebrity. When celebrities try to do things normal people do, like eat out or attend a football game, they run the risk of being interrupted by thoughtless autograph hounds, or mobbed by aggressive fans. Itâ€™s understandable that itâ€™s a reporters or journalists job to provide readers with the latest and hottest news, but many journalists make up stories from what they have about a celebrity in order to make their articles more attractive. Paparazzi also, they go way too far. I donâ€™t think it is acceptable for someone to be taking pictures of another human being and invading their privacy just because there that little bit better known then an ordinary person. People believe that they shouldnâ€™t have privacy as itâ€™s their own fault for becoming famous;
Courtney from Study Moose
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