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Should Celebrities Personal Life Mistakes And Misdemeanours Be Made Public For Everyone Else To Make Judgement On?

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Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
No absolutely no their mistakes are their mistakes it's not because they are famous that people have right to judge them or make their life public I think it's so unfair and so mean when people do that to them ( celebrities).
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
NO! Absolutely not. I wouldn't want the world to know if I failed at my marriage, if my husband cheated on me or were my son decided to go to school at. The personal lives are none of our business. In the end we are human beings and no one should feel pressured to be perfect. Princess Diana wanted a normal life and deserved to be left alone. Celebrities may hold a high status in our society, but they should be left alone, to be normal in every possible way. I ran into a celebrity once and treated him as a normal individual which he thanked me for.
Jessica Mason Profile
Jessica Mason answered
NO! It's none of ANYONES business what went wrong in their past!!
BEN GREGO Profile
BEN GREGO answered
Hell NO!

Their lives are not their own since they are in the public 'fishbowl' all the time...let them have at least SOME type of privacy!!!

Unless, of course, they have broken the law.....but personal stuff, no.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
NO! I don't think it is at all fair that people in the spotlight are subjected to constant scrutiny!!! WE wouldn't like it if every little move WE made was put out there for all to see! Let them be human!
Salima Cunningham Profile
NO!  People's celebrities personal lives should not be on display. Unless they are involved in illegal activity that has the potential to harm other citizens, It shouldn't be the concern of the public.
Lexi Hooper Profile
Lexi Hooper answered
I personally think the paparazzi these days is RIDICULOUS. I mean give a person some space! But if you did make the mistake of doing wrong on tape or camera,it's not kind to judge others.   Thank You, LEXI HOOPER :)
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
NO! I think that reporters and so on should leave them alone. The entire story maybe isn't out there. Most likely the reporter only got the "Juiciest" part. Besides, celebrities are people too. It's just that when they have a mental breakdown it's shown all over and generally exaggerated. To all those types of reporters out there: How would you feel if someone followed you around your entire life with a camera, just waiting for you to slip up?
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Anonymous answered
No, because mistakes should be forgiven and forgotten. I would of said yes dear, if everyone living in this world didn't take mistakes so seriously. I said no, because there are a lot of people in this world who thinks that the celebrities' mistakes are a great deal and make a whole mess out of their life about the celebrities' mistake. They'll be like "Don't be like so-and-so because they drank one sip of alcohol." They'll maneuver and twist around the mistake and it'll seem as if that celebrity is so bad and fake and not a genuine actor/actress.
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Anonymous answered
Only if they are politicians or someone abusing their position.
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Anonymous commented
Exactly, or you know, when Ex-President Bush would say things like "Our imports come from other Countries".. (really?... Are you serious Mr.Bush) hahahaha... Then those idiotic statements should be slathered all over the covers of magazines. But as for seeing someones Cellulite? (to the people out there that keep track of these things and pay money to see the photo's - wow. You need a new hobby. Maybe a friend too. Sounds like you don't have any.)
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
No they're normal people if I don't have my mistakes all over the press why should they. I wouldn't like it I'm sure they don't!
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
No thats their personal life not ours. We don't want people poking their noses into our lives. Leave them alone
Leta Buce Profile
Leta Buce answered
They are in the public eye so everyone is naturally going to know their business.  Personally I don't think anyone should be judged.  If it doesn't directly affect you then it shouldn't be  your business.
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Anonymous answered
No, it's unfair. I mean, they're people too and no one really should have to deal with millions of people judging them. On the other hand, they're celebrities and people are going to talk and debate about them. That doesn't necessarily make it right, though.
Prashansa Profile
Prashansa answered
No, cause even they are human beings. Yeah, unless they want publicity, that their lives can be made public. But until then we should show "humanity" and not make their failures the talk of today, on the contrary, those being past failures not of today!
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Absolutely not! Do all of our little indiscretions make the front page of the daily newspaper? Why should it be any different for them just because they are famous? They deserve their privacy as well .
Sarah Hunters Profile
Sarah Hunters answered
I don't think they should thts their personal life and everyone don't want their personal life public like tht
Meshial Einhorn Profile
Meshial Einhorn answered
No, even though they are famous they are only human. Celebrities are bound to make mistakes, we all do. The fact that they are usually role models for the younger generation makes it a little harder to determine the correct answer. But the easiest way to remove the problem of them being role models is by providing better role models for children. Celebrities shouldnt have all of this emphasise placed upon their lives, if it wasnt they probably wouldnt be as big of role models to kids and they might even do less of the bad things that they are currently doing. However, my overall answer is still that no, their personal lives should not be made public. The only time I would make an exception would be with our nation's political figures (as in: The President, Congressmen, Senators, etc.). These people are running our country, we have a right to know what type of people they are and what they are doing.
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Anonymous answered
I'm against the whole idea of celebrity, but if we as a culture are going to worship certain people and obsess over their every accomplishment, they ought to be worthy of that attention.  You can't just take the nice pleasant parts of being famous and expect to be protected from all the negative aspects.  In the 1950s police routinely covered up crimes committed by celebrities and newspapers avoided printing stories that mentioned their vices.  I think that was a mistake.
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LJ Bee
LJ Bee commented
That is a very good point. Although, I can think of more than one case in my lifetime (& I wasn't around in the 50's) where celebrities committed murder and it went unpunished. Of course, theirs WAS made public, come to think of it ...AND made its way into a courtroom. So, I guess I'm right back to ...is it the media raising public AWARENESS that regulates such things ...or is it merely public ATTITUDE?
cutie smiles
cutie smiles commented
I didn't know that. Thats actually kinda cool.......
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sneha sonalkar answered
Definitely not its their personal life how would any one of you life being told to public your embarrassing moments of some cashing out your grief of loosing some loved one they are people after all being public figure doesnt mean they don't have feelings . All people love gossips or to say whats going on in others life just to compare if I am more fortunate or not than the other person it gives us a satisfaction to know it I am more fortunate I curse life if its not cursing god why I am the only unloved or uncared for
pls keep in mind they r just human beings after all just their careers keep them in lime light
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
No. It is a fairly obvious question with a fairly logical answer. If one were to state that the personal lives should be made public then one is giving permission to have one's own life and mistakes made public for the entire world to see. Nine out of ten times that person has many things to hide and thus why should they expect to see the personal lives of the celebrities. As far as judgement goes one should not judge unless full knowledge of the situation, and full guarantee that one would not choose this path too, should be had before one could begin to judge someone else's personal life.
Sandra Hart Profile
Sandra Hart answered
My answer is no because their personal life isn't really our business. It's like invading in someone else's privacy. Plus they might even be embarressed about it too. So I think that if someone knows about something private of theirs, they should keep it quiet. I mean, anyone can keep a secret, right?
Rose peace Profile
Rose peace answered
No! How would you like it if someone were stalking you with a camera and telling the whole world that you got a d- on your math test! ?
Marisa lane Profile
Marisa lane answered
If the person does not mind, they could. If its embarrassing to have everyone know, than that wouldnt be right.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
NO! I don't understand why people feel celebrities should make their personal life available for the public.
Anastaire d'Lammermoor Profile
No!!!Imagine if you were a celebrity, and you were being stalked by video cameras everywhere, watching you do every single movement that you do, and reporting that to public!!You wouldn't want that to happen to you, would you?
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
No, there personal life is there business. You don't see me or others not in the high light put our business in the street.  They don't put any money in my pockets so I could care less.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
No, yes their famous and its surprising they made a mistake but their really just human and we all make mistakes
Sakura Matsumoto Profile
No, its their personal life and they have full rights over it and we are no one to indulge in their life. After all humans make mistakes and they have full rights to do so. Everyone makes mistakes so they also do. There is nothing new in this.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
I don't think so. When did society say that we get the inside look at celebrities lives? If you think about it, would you like the whole world looking at every detail of you life? That includes all of your faults. I mean, families fall apart, and people look really bad because of it. Take Tiger Woods for example: Sure, his wife needed to know about his affairs, but the world didn't. Girls are coming up saying that they had an affair with him. Don't forget about Jon and Kate. The world didn't need to know about their flaws. It's because of society that they have ruined their family. I can't say that if they weren't in the tabloids that their family would still be together, but I can say that the tabloids have pushed it out of proportion. They could have settled it their own way. If that meant that they split up, then so be it. We made it worse for them, and for their kids. If the tabloids were just for recognizing the good in people, I really think that the world would be happier. Then again, we are all human. We want to know every dirty detail of everyone. Do yourself a favor, don't read the tabloids. Some of it is false, and blown out of proportion.
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Anonymous answered
Part of being famous means that people are going to inevitably find out about what's going on in your life. I don't necessarily think it's cool that celebrities get spyed on and photographed in compromising situations by the paparazzi, but some degree of transparency is going to occur no matter what.

What I don't understand is why ANYONE cares what these celebrities are doing. The celebrities are just doing what everyone else does, living their life and making occasional mistakes. The kind of stuff that happens in the lives of celebrities is just an amplified and overglorified representation of what happens in the lives of all of us. So why do we assume that they should be any better or more responsible than us? They're human beings too.

Furthermore, why are we so consumed with all of the Drama? Why do we care? We don't *know* these celebrities personally, they aren't our *friends*, so why do we even give two craps about what they do in their personal life? I can't remember the last time I cared when a celebrity remarried or had an affair, honestly.
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Anonymous answered
Personal mistakes are NO BODY'S business. Misdemeanor or Felony crimes are public record, celebrities do not deserve any special treatment by concealing their records, however, again it's really noone's business, and if individuals feel it is, then they should follow the same procedures required to obtain misdemeanor information regarding a crime and/or the (celebrity) suspect.
armedia williams Profile
NO!  Judgement and blame seem to work hand in hand.  It is much easier to look, point and respond outward than it is to focus on the person in the mirror. Most people don't like the reflection staring back at them since it requires admitting to themselves where they fall short in their character defects nor do they want to do the work to make a change within themselves.  However, in doing so, it would leave absolute no time to reflect on what others are and are not doing.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
The most important person in life should be you, not the celebrities in the magazines and movies, that's just sad.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
No, but then again they make a living being public figures. There are different rules applied which all stars understand or should. So if they do something that is out of the norm it usually means they want more publicity or don't really understand the situation they are in.
Audrey Smith Profile
Audrey Smith answered
No way! Some of it might not even be true. Why should we tell everyone about their personal lives but then completely ignore hobos'???
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
NEV-ER! How will you feel like if your own personal problems be made public and that people will will judge you, of course...
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
No I don't think so cause all of us make mistakes and it wont not be so nice if some unknown person makes their judgement with out knowing what really happened
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
No!! People make mistakes like that everyday, so why should we. God, nothing is private these days. If I was them I wouldn't want my mistakes published in the news every goddam day
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christina bible answered
In my opinion, I say no I don't think that their lives should be made public for anyone else. Their life should be their own damn buisiness. They are no different than any of us regular people, they are still human beings and I think a lot of people have forgotten what decency means!
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
No of courase not everyone should get privacy I mean would you want to hear about my misteakes. Nooooo!
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Anonymous answered
No of course not. Celebrities are people like everyone else and just because they are famous doesn't make their right to privacy any less than ours. I mean really, would we want the whole world to know every time our relationships failed or when we got a DWI. I feel badly for them, movie stars, singers, comedians, they offer us so much entertainment but that just isn't enough, we constantly butt into their personal lives as well.  Brittany Spears for example made a lot of mistakes but no more than the hundreds of mothers all over who do the same things and we never once think to stick a camera in their face. I believe that the ones who follow the news about celebrities should try getting their own lives. Personally I couldn't care less  what star has been caught binge drinking or who broke up with who, it is their life and not my business. We make harsh criticisms about these people but we really do not know the facts, not all of them at least so we should not be passing judgment on anybody.  It is just wrong, these people grieve over their failed marriages and their children's bad choices just as we do, and I am sure it doesn't help to have to see it spilled in ink. People all over fry their brains on drugs but you let a celebrity do it and oh my gosh it is such big news. If  people would focus their attention on their own lives they might see that their son or daughter have the same issues and what if someone wrote an article on that? How would that person feel?? These stars are talented yes but perfect no, they are going to make mistakes just like the rest of us. Why is it that as the rest of us live and learn  and their mistakes are discussed, gossiped about, and basically just dragged out. We make them idols to our kids and then get mad when they do something wrong, why, we all screw up its a part of life and to slam them the way we do over it is entirely unfair and hypocritical of us. Just enjoy what they do on screen or stage or whatever and leave them alone, they deserve to live,love and mess up like all the rest of in us the world without it being the big news. The media should focus all their attentions on more important things like the fact that we lose American lives everyday in this war, or the fact that child molesters get less time in prison than a car thief. Wake up America we have such bigger problems than what so in so in Hollywood wore to the Grammies, or who dumped who for somebody else!!!!!
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LJ Bee answered
I think for those celebrities who want their business known, it's great!!!  It isn’t at all difficult for them to arrange it. There are certainly enough nosey people to accommodate their desire. What press wouldn’t show up for a press conference being held by a celebrity, especially one who is popular or has done something wrong or extraordinary? And what fans and gossips wouldn’t back the press up on this?  However, when one chooses a profession to go into whether as a doctor, CEO, teacher, police officer or a store clerk …they do so for the money, ‘cause they think they’d be good at it, ‘cause they don’t think they’d be good at anything else, because the people they look up to pushed them into it, because they think they might enjoy it, because of the benefits &/or a whole list of other reasons. Why would we automatically assume someone who wants a career as a singer, athlete, actor, entrepreneur or any other profession would be thinking any differently? Why? …because it serves our cause!! ...those of us who are gossips, anyway. We can claim it to snow people who know better than to gossip and try to remind us that we should know better too …and we do so to snow ourselves into believing the same lie, so we won’t feel guilty about being nosey or invasive. It doesn’t often work, not really, but we’ll do it anyway 'cause that is how rationalizing is done.  If you were to count all the actors (male and female) in America alone and rate them on celebrity or popularity, you’d find that a whopping majority are not in the news and wouldn't even recognize most of them. After all, there are many more bit-parts than starring roles. It is neither fair nor reasonable to assume acting and celebrity always, or even usually, goes hand in hand. So how can it be fair and reasonable to assume one becomes an actor (or anything else) in order to be famous? If you could plan to be famous, fame wouldn't be so rare. I think those of us who live in the real world, with their feet firmly grounded know this. Those who don't, don't because they refuse to or because they haven't lived long enough or looked around enough to see and know better.  The media is doing the wrong thing, sure, but they are only filling supply and demand. If nosey rubber-neckers weren’t supporting them by buying and buying into their publications, reports, hype and programming they would be forced to focus their efforts and attentions on other things.  You know how Ron White says, “You can’t fix stupid!”? Well, sadly, you can’t fix nosiness either …because those who want to be nosey don’t want to be fixed!
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Dear whoever posted this,

Listening to the question it seems that almost everyone would agree that it is unfair and should not, I believe that they should and should not for various reasons.

I think they should not, because they are also normal people and deserve to have their privacy, just like you would or any normal human being. They know why they are made public and are always either happy about attention or angered about someone else gossiping, or any other means of getting it on TV or newspaper etc.

I think they should because the reason we read newspapers or watch TV (News channels etc.)
Is because we want to know what is going on in the world and for entertainment, you would be entertained if your favourite celebrity got a new wife or divorced or something or you could be disgusted about it; it just depends on your personality.

As a conclusion I know that for a fact this question sounds biased, but in fact is not and this question is not one sided and the answer turns out to depend on your personality.

Yours Sincerely
- Jack
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Langi Nicholas
Langi Nicholas commented
Wow!!!! I think that was the best answer!!!!! It really humbled and think what I do at the tv. Thanks!!!! :) :-) =)
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Anonymous answered
Yes because that is exactly what they want. That is why they are a celebrity. (I am talking bout those people in Women's weekly if that is what you define as celebrities. You should make that clearer) People would argue no for politicians but people have a right to know what the governments doing.
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Anonymous answered
No think of it this way if you think yes . Think of you being the "star" would you want  people knowing[strangers] that you cheated on your spouse? They are people just like me and you they just have found their calling  in whatever they do to make themselves famous.
Thomas Robinson Profile
Thomas Robinson answered
Absolutely not.  Just because someone is a celebrity is not reason for all the world to prowl around in that persons personal life.  Joe Citizen would not have his personal life and any mistakes he or she has made exposed for all the world to see, so why should someone famous ?  I think there should be privacy laws concerning such matters, and a celebrity should be treated the same as everyone else.  A celebrities actions should only be exposed if Joe Citizen would be exposed for the same thing.  If Joe Citizen wouldn't be newsworthy for something, then a celebrity shouldn't either.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Absolutely not!  Its a job, when they are not working they should be able to go home just like the rest of us. They are not gods but human beings, not  to be harassed by the masses who probably have same problems or mistakes  without anyone bothering them. Its not my business, unless they are piloting a jet,driving a bus where my life may be in danger ,who cares, I do not need to know..
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Anonymous answered
Arguably. Most of them have put themselves out there in the public eye intentionally, so they deserve whatever might be coming to them. It's not fair to censor their faults and only display their achievements. They might be drinking and driving or committing crime, yet the public looks up to them and puts them on a pedestal. As celebrities, they are held to a certain standard. If they are going to be careless or just plain stupid, the public might as well know. I, personally, could not care less about celebrities and what they do with their lives, whether good or bad. But that is neither here nor there.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
No celebrities have to have private time to we can't just hog them all the time find out what they do every second of the day they are human to no one is perfect just because they are celebrities they can't do anything wrong we all make mistakes and we should not bother too much about their private lives anyway
April Victorine Profile
April Victorine answered
Is yours...or mine??? If my husband was to cheat on me, or get a DUI, it wouldn't get plastered all over every t.v. Channel and gossip magazine, for weeks on end...these celebrities make mistakes just like everyone else...but these celebrities have children that get to see what all you judgmental people are writing about their parents....think before you write.
Zed Seven Profile
Zed Seven answered
I think the public judges celebrities too much. It must be really annoying for the celebrities. Would you like if someone did that to you? They are just trying to live their lives like the rest of the persons in the world. People find jobs based on anything these days. The paparazzi for example; their job is based on celebrities' lives; magazine reporters are another example.
Ady Mat Profile
Ady Mat answered
I think if the world's most terrible terrorist hold any human right than celebs do also have them. So in keeping with that their private life secrets should not opened for public investigation. Although they should try to keep their life as open book to keep their fans from getting misguided as some of them follow them as their role models as well.
Kat Brass Profile
Kat Brass answered
Their personal life mistakes and misdemeanors should be made as public and be judged as ours would :)

When our personal information and data is compromised and is available for everyone to see and access we go completely nuts. We're not too fond of our lives being out in the open, let's treat theirs with the same regard.
Cody Dunn Profile
Cody Dunn answered
No. Though they knew exactly what they were signing up for before they entered the celebrity lifestyle, that doesnt make it ok for the press to pick apart every single action they make. It doesnt give the press the right to follow them on vacation with their family and take pictures, interrupt, and quite possibly scare them. They are normal people just like us (with a little more money) and people need to learn that life doesnt revolve around celebrities and the newest scandal on TMZ or Extra!
Michael Christopher Profile
Celebrities are human beings too and should not condemn self in proclaiming their personal mistakes and follies to the entire world to pass judgement. The ones who are passing this judgement may, in reality, be guilty of the same error. It's just not necessary unless they're trying to get some attention (the wrong way to do it, though).
Lydia Profile
Lydia answered
What happens in their personal life should not be anyone else's business.  We all have personal life issues and we are not questioned about it, so what, just because they are celebrities they have to be perfect?  No way, there is too much paparazzi and brown nosers who are obsessed with other people and their lives and don't focus on their own lives because they don't have one.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
I think that it really depends. If the celebrity wants their business to be put out there and be judged, then let it be. If they don't want their business to be put out like that, then fans or whomever else has no business whatsoever in making such judgements about them.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
No, because we are not in any position to judge any body. Either a celebrity or a non-celebrity. It is not proper, but the place of adivising and cautioning someone is understantood. You can advise some one to stop doing what is wrong and encourage them to continue doing more of what is good but don't judge and condemn anybody. Face your your own problem and fix it first before you even advise anybody. From Dare, Abuja-Nigeria
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Yes there the wants that wanted to be famous
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Lydia
Lydia commented
Its not a matter of wanting to be famous, these people wanted to do what they were meant to do, not for the fame, because they love to do it. Acting, singing, and etc is not taught, its a talent they have from day one. They are no different than you and I who do what we love to do.
Wake up and look at it in a broader prospective.
cecilla bradshaw Profile
No I think we the public should mind our own business and leave them alone. Thats what we want so we should treat them the same way.
Keith Old Profile
Keith Old answered
G'day,

Thank you for your question.

It depends what the public interest is. It is more important for public officials than for other people. Unfortunately, it seems to be the  way of the world.

Regards
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Absolutely yes! Let them give up celebrity if they don't want scrutiny.
Think about it: By definition "celebrity" MEANS "scrutiny".
sharon goss Profile
sharon goss answered
I think we should be able to know everything about those we watch on TV, movies, etc.  If I don't like a person's actual personality why would I want to pay to see their movies, etc.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
No because that's their personal life but on the other hand the public want to know the ain events that happen with them
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Um no. It just shows that they are humans like us. If the public judges, they are hypocritical because most have done the same.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Of course not!  People, whether celebrities or not, should share not only their mistakes but their joys and successes with those with whom they have some bond of intimacy and trust.
Dan Hawkins Profile
Dan Hawkins answered
No I don't think so. They are no different from us. They might be able to sing or dance or they may have more money but they are no different then us
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
No, we all make mistakes. No one wants to have their personal life smeared all over the media neither do they.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
No they are human beings with feeling and emotions like us none deserves to be judged like that
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Celebrity or not, everyone deserves some privacy.  Why is the public so vicarious that it feeds on celebrities' personal life mistakes and misdemeanors.   "let he/she who is without sin cast the first stone"!
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
There are more important things for the public to worry about.  Anyone I have spoken to hate the way the mistakes of some celebrity takes precedence in the news over traumatic events that happen daily around the world,
Nieshia Johnson Profile
Nieshia Johnson answered
No, cause they're humans just like us so most likely their going to think similar things, and I'm pretty sure you don't want your mistakes and business out there in the open for everyone to see and judge.
Jennifer Profile
Jennifer answered
Although it can be very entertaing I think they should have a right to their privacy, those who want it anyway. Most have it to some extent. Most put it out there for everyone to see & then act all shocked when it's leaked.
cutie smiles Profile
cutie smiles answered
Well, honestly, non-famous people do the same things every day and they are'nt called out or judged for it. Celebrities shouldnt be either. They're just humans. Or are they?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!!??!
Grace Anah Profile
Grace Anah answered
I don't think so because they are human like everyother persons and they are bound to make mistakes......when their personal life mistakes and misdemeanours are made public,that means they have no life and it is terrible.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
No cause its there life but I mean when I become famouse I would not want people to be judgin me on what they think
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Id say yes! They live the high life on the expense of our budgets for movies and rentals, and all the good things that they are involved with is highlighted. I say its not necessary to plaster it on every news channel every 15 minutes, but yes report on the goods and bad. We are collectively giving them lives of dreams and we should know if we would want to view a Mel Gibson movie if he was just caught in china with a under age child prostitute.
Langi Nicholas Profile
Langi Nicholas answered
NO! That is not fair. Cameras going EVERYWHERE YOU GO!!! Just wanting to catch the TINIEST mistake then make a big deal about it. TMZ gossiping about you.The must be VERY annoying to the celebs. BUT everything has a price. Sadly becoming famous, the price is having rumors about you and mistakes will be shown to the public. The celebs shake it off (I think). The TV shows just need something to talk about or they are out of business. They don't want to be out of business so they don't mind their own business. I'm surprised though the celebs don't do anything about it.
dnh 107 Profile
dnh 107 answered
Their music/movies/etc. Should be kept confidential as well.
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dnh 107
dnh 107 commented
I should clarify: 1)nothing should be kept confidential if celebrities get paid millions of dollars to show off their crappy music/movies/etc 2)everything should be kept confidential if they get paid nothing to keep their crappy music/movies/etc to themselves.
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justin bieber answered
I am going to tell you about justin bieber. He is so cool and he is  sixteen . He is a good singer in the world. I like justin bieber because he is from stratford and now he lives in l.a.
 
Your Worst Nightmare Ever Profile
No no no no. Hell no. It wouldn't be nice, those people won't be comfortable! Imagine that you are in that situation. Would you like it? I think not!
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Yes of course they should, Celebrities should be able to take these risks and just learn to get on with life.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
No way!!! We all make mistakes and half of the time,  we (the public) are the ones causing the stress that makes them make these mistakes!
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
No, when the not so popular/famous make mistakes, should we make it public for people to make judgement? "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone?"...hm..
nikaelaa Profile
nikaelaa answered
Us as the public, have the right to know about the private lives of celebrities and politicians. People have a right to know about those in power over them. Their salaries are paid by the people through taxes of the politicians or by profits generated by films, CDs, TV, etc… in the case of celebrities. A famous person is someone who gets media attention and in shows a talkative personality. There is a wide range of ways by which people may become famous: From their profession, appearances in the mass media, or even by complete accident, so we as the public should have the right to know what is happening in their life and how our public figures treat their family members as it will reflect on how they treat us.  The decisions of public political figures affect many aspects of people's lives, and we make the final judgements about the kind of leaders that we have. As the audience you should have an insight on how your public figures live.

Famous people complain about the lack of privacy, but ultimately that's what makes them famous!

It is their choice to become a Famous Public Figure/Celebrity and with this comes the consequences and responsibilities of being displayed in the public. Many celebrities want to seek this media exposure so that it advances in their career, although the media can take photographs that can go a bit too far, and extend the story. I think they should have some privacy in their home but if you are a celebrity and you are out in the public then you are fair game just like everyone else. In my judgement I believe that the media should respect information or personal details into the family lives of celebrities and public figures, unless there is a public interest into the story.

If you’re a figure of the public interest, then it’s a risk that aspects of your personal life can end up being a topic of publicity. It’s sensible to take a watchful approach and try to avoid doing things that wouldn’t look good if they ended up on the front of the newspapers.  It’s easy to blame the media for digging into this stuff, but lots of people love this sort of gossip, so technically the media is just giving people what they want.

Interfering into their family life can reveal what type of person they actually are, for example, many people would think that a politician who cheated on his wife, is quite capable of breaking his promises and lying to his country. Knowing this about a person can affect a person’s choice on who should or should not be in power.

By exposing corruption and dishonesty in the economy instead of keeping it a secret can benefit a business for the future, so that they are not impacted heavily upon all at once. If journalists were prevented from showing their private lives of public figures, then corruption and crime will become a lot easier to hide.

An example of this is; how does a senior civil person afford a Ferrari, a Yacht and a Villa on his government Salary? They simply can’t.
I believe that we all as the public should be able to have an insight into the lives of people who have power over us as well as  the reason why we all read newspapers, television, and the radio is to get an insight on what is going on around the world. You would be entertained if your favourite celebrity got a new wife or divorced or something or you could be disgusted about it; it just depends on your personality.
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They are no different than anyone else and they portray themselves to be a how shall we say a role model for kids to follow.so yes their lives should be public so parents can know when and how to point out to their children this is not the person to model yourself after in life.
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John commented
They themselves appear in the rags(magazines) where someone has dug up the information for the public to see.and i have the right to know what they believe if someone i know is trying to follow in their footsteps to prevent them from falling into the same garbage(lifes problems). Sort of like if you were to take a step off a street corner while on your phone or texting and a bus was coming at you .if i did not put my hand out and stop you from getting hit i would feel the blame.even though cont
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Technically it is not my responsibility to warn you or protect you from what was going to happen by your own choice to not look where your going and walking in front of a bus, because you did not listen to your parents when they taught you how to cross a street on your own.so the lesson is even though you don't think a stars life is public and they may not think it is public doesn't mean i don't need to know in order to teach a life lesson to a kid or friend trying to follow their example.cont-
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John commented
Down the wrong path in life. Or as the old saying goes if they jumped off a cliff without a parachute would you do it also.duh! : )).doh oh oh oh oh oh oh ooooooooooooooooh as homer falls off the cliff and hits the bottom : ) owwwwww! Thud! : ).later.
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Honestly, its pretty obvious what a celebrities life is like. If they don't want that sort of publicity they shouldnt act on tv. Simple as that. Its their fault for making their lives so public. I don't understand why the public cares so much about their personal life, I certainly don't, but if they don't want it they don't have to act.
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I think that celebritys or human just like  the non fortunate every one deserves privacy but that trina is a wore out fake diamond that is fallin apart you got ass but no class you make the real bad btchs look good you skank if you are so much wheres your man?? You are so ran through
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What a classy way of telling someone they have no class. You go, guest!.....I think I know this guest and, come to think of it, who it is their calling out. The guests name is pot and the other person is kettle.
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raaz ariyan answered
What is the thing which is come 1 in a year and comes for 4
times in a month and comes 6 time in a week and come 2 time in a day?
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Hello I want to know about my engagement and marriage date and whom and his name. Is this marriage  love or arranged.
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Yes. It's a tax on the rich and successful. You can't be a celebrity without being well known, and anyone known will be rated. It's basic to our human nature.
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Their livelihood is the public eye, of course the public can judge!
But we shouldn't take them so personally or seriously either...
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I  love  justin  bieber  I  am  his  number  1# fan  and  number 1#  girl
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Yes!  Their chosen profession is one that comes with scrutiny by the public and they know this when they choose their careers.  Besides, it is the public who determines their salary.
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Yes, but not for condemnation. Rather, to show other ppl that if it can happen to someone who
seems to have everything going for them, it can happen to anyone.....A cautionary tale of human frailties.

Carrol
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Yes.  They chose to live in the public spotlight.  They do everything they can to get exposure when it suits their needs, they have to live with the fact that they still have exposure when they don't want it.
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Hell no   why do we care what they did. Its completly pointless, Most of them do it for attention
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Everyones mistakes sometime get published no one is better than anyone else in that reguard.
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They make their personas a product which they sell for huge amounts of money, and with that comes the reports of any "flaws" that can be discovered about this product.

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