Are famous people treated unfairly by the media? Should they be given more privacy, or is the price of their fame an invasion into their private lives?
Many girls want to be as beautiful as Paris Hilton and many boys want to be as popular as David Beckham. Who doesn’t want to be a celebrity? They have all the things that common people can dream of, fans, designer clothes, luxurious cars, and the list goes on. Their lavish style of living keeps them in the eye of public and media. As a result of constant attention given to them, their personal lives get over exposed and are brought to public more often then they want. Media interferes into their private lives and sometimes even ruins their lives. So, are famous people actually treated badly by media? Yes, they are and this is due to media’s negative roles and there consequences. Moreover, this leads to many problems into their lives, though some celebrities want to be in spotlight. There should be a limit on “paparazzi”.
First of all, the media’s negative role destroys the celebrities’ lives. So, why does media interferes into celebrities’ private lives? Media interferes just to sell, so if they don’t do this no one will watch there channels or other sources of media, and this brings profit and popularity to them. Celebrities are always followed by media. There is a thin line between a celebrity’s private life and professional life when the media tries to expose his or her private life; it actually makes his or her private life a public one which is immoral. They entertain us or work for us so why should we interfere into their private lives? They are also human, and so their private lives should also be intact as a common person’s private life.
Secondly, the consequences of the media’s negative role can be unpredictable. The media should give more freedom to celebrities, and they will have their mind-set and can give a better performance. They are celebrities so they have to have a stable lifestyle i.e....
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