Essay on Public Figures and Private Lives

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Public Figures and Private Lives Publicity; it is umently a big deal. Everyone wants to be a celebrity. They want to be a famous actor, singer, etc. However, the real idea people need to be thinking about is, are you willing to give up your privacy and freedom? Once one becomes known to the public so does their entire life, whether one likes it or not. Take a look at Britney Spears; there is nothing about her life that is not public. Should this be a bad thing? Or should these public figure have their privacy? I think not. These celebrities came into the public eye for a reason, and one reason only, to be known. These people become role models to others, and what they do and the way they act should be revealed to their fans. As a result, …show more content…
Thus, for parents to be able to explain to their child the good and bad things one may do, is easily transmitted through the behavior of the celebrities they look up too. Also, many celebrities are sent to rehab for multiple reasons. Reasons which parents do not want their children duplicating. Subsequently, everyone should be notified of the incidents these people undergo. "If I were you I'd be unhappy too if I had to read what I've been reading every day. But trust me, I get it. I know I've been far from perfect and the media has had a lot of fun exaggerating my every move" (Spears). Everyone should know that the media may embellish the things individuals may do, but that does not mean they are not guilty of their wrongdoing. It seems that a star eventually sees how their misconduct affects people, and they begin to realize that they need to start preventing more incidents from happening. Although there are some things that do not necessarily need to be communal, but are anyways. For example, in 2008 Spears' mother, Lynne, " reveals her daughter surrendered her chastity to a high school football stud when she was just 14. " (Bill Hutchinson). This information is not something one usually shares with the world, but being in the lime light entails one to no privacy on any terms. On the contrary, this information may be beneficial to teach young girls what not to do. Being a "wild child" might not be all it is cracked

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