Essay about The Life of Celebrities

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There are many advantages and disadvantages to a celebrity life. Some of the advantages that I will evince later on in the essay are: money, popularity, good press in magazines; however, some of the disadvantages that I, too, will evince later on are: privacy intrusions, harassment and childrens’ privacy (children of the celebrities). This essay will also discuss the impact this has on us and will debate the luscious lives of celebrities – or, some may argue, the cruel, callous life of a celebrity. There are many advantages of being a celebrity – we all know that – some of these are: the money, celebrities earn impressive amounts of money, for example, Tiger Woods has made over a billion dollars; the popularity, everyone wants to be…show more content…
Examples of this can be things like: simply taking a picture, naming the children. One may think why is this is an issue, well it can be, because what if someone may go to an extreme and kidnaps the child! (This is a widely discussed issue and there are lots of different points of view). Let us not prevaricate, celebrity culture affects us all. Whether we aspire to them or loath them: they will have an impact on us. Psychologists say some people aspire towards celebrities because they are made icons by the media around us. But some of us do not aspire – not even close –we think of them as futile flibbertigibbets and wish draconian punishments on them. Furthermore, some people even put food on their table through celebrity culture. The most well-known form of this is the paparazzi, who try to catch celebrities doing wacky, weird and wonderful things. And they are even magazines entirely devoted to fuel our addiction of celebrity. Where ever you look people are trying to rope in some cash from celebrity culture. Do not worry human rights freedom fighters; celebrities do have rights. The government body that enjoin these rights are the
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