November 26, 2009
everyday the shows like entertainment tonight and inside edtion rip people apart.Altough i'm totally against celebs being idolized (see my 1st entry for details), i think its even worse when media rips out every flaw about a celeb. Celebs are just people that have a light following them and they have feelings too. I'm pretty sure that the editor of people magazine wouldnt be too happy with us if we said their butt was too big or their dress was ugly. nobody should have to deal with consistent pressure to look beautiful 24/7.... and that's what our media does. In every magazine or show i see, the girl is tall and thin and she's beautiful... but shes as fake as a barbie doll. i think we should change our views and see that EVERY person is amazingly gorgeous... NO MATTER THEIR HEIGHT, WEIGHT, SKIN COLOR, RELIGION, PEIRCINGS, HAIR COLOR or any of the stuff that makes them unique compared to the barbie doll sitting on the shelf in walmart.

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minnyme said...
Jan. 15, 2011 at 1:48 pm
i totally agree. i can't stand how celebrities are constantly being followed. just leave them alone. jeez, no one would like to be constantly on display and examined. to me, celebrities are just people and all humans have their flaws, so it is not nice to constantly point out someone's flaws.
booklover/writer said...
Apr. 21, 2010 at 2:05 pm
I agree completely :) Every celeb is 'perfect' becuase they 'just cant be ugly'. The teenage celebs have NO achney or face blemishes. Achney is a part of growing up(even though its a PAIN)  EVERYONE is beautiful in their own, unique, beautiful way. Good job :)
XxKathy1111xX replied...
Nov. 30, 2010 at 9:06 am
also realize that really there are no overweight celebs. Watch katy perrys firework video and its touching and shows real life
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