“It never amazes me how much we focus on a person’s appearance especially the appearance of celebrities. When I sign into my Yahoo account, gossip reports of the newest celebrity caught speaking out, misbehaving or gaining some weight flood my e-mail box.””
It never amazes me how much we focus on a person’s appearance especially the appearance of celebrities.
When I sign into my Yahoo account, gossip reports of the newest celebrity caught speaking out, misbehaving or gaining some weight flood my e-mail box.
Right now the big story is Jessica Simpson’s curvier figure that she showed off at a Chili cookoff in Florida.
After that appearance, it seems everyone went crazy about the weight gain. That started the defense of Simpson. Everyone from her sister, Ashlee Simpson, to Heidi Klum to her ex-husband, Nick Lachey have defended her voluptuous look.
It’s hard to believe that we have nothing better to criticize than her weight gain. So many people are quick to jump and say that they are a celebrity so therefore they should expect it. I have an issue with that. Who wants to have their body criticized to such a severe extent?
I for one do not.
On the flip side of that remember the buzz that surrounded the newest Hollywood it guy Robert Pattinson when he cut his hair?
It was crazy I saw at least 15 different polls asking people how they felt about the new shorter cut, as opposed to the long messy hair that so many girls fawned over.
Honestly, this was big news. Well, at least some people thought it was. I remember people talking about how horrible it would be if he cut his hair and how it was his trademark. A few days later, he cut it and those people, who swore they would die, loved it.
Too many times while leaving the grocery store I see numerous magazines point at which celebrity looks worse without make-up or who is showing signs of cellulite.
We are so focused on how people look instead of who the person actually is. We jump at the chance to tear someone down the minute they gain a few pounds or maybe are not wearing make-up every second of the day.
Granted these people have chosen to live their lives in the public spotlight but we have to remember in the end they are human too.