Celebtrities Bad Influence

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Celebrities are a bad influence to teenagers?

Can you imagine what our society would be like without celebrities? Celebrities are a big chapter in today’s society. We turn on televisions, read articles on the internet, books, and even magazines which updates us on what a celebrity was wearing on the red carpet. Therefore, media is one of the biggest forms of getting out information to the public, studies have proven that kids spend twice as much time watching television than school the obvious point is that children are looking up to certain celebrities as influences, 99.9% of the time a child’s role model will be a singer, actress or an actor. The point is that celebrities are highly profiled in today’s media. We all follow there every day life, struggles and there moments of sadness they may encounter in their lives!, Let’s just face it, the information we discover about celebrities causes young people to take into consideration there life of glamour, which can ultimately lead to teenagers admiring celebrities as role models!

I believe someone's role model should have highly respectable characteristics, such as revoloutionaries.Idolizing someone just because they are pretty which is all unnatural because of all the money they spend on plastic surgery. Despite, most celebrities that get surgery claim that it is all natural, this questions teenagers on their own body image. Teenagers then have an unrealistic perspective on beauty. This just makes them look more faker each time they ever do it Ok! It’s all fake beauty! They earn money but what exactly do they really spend it on other than surgery and houses etc. We don’t see many celebrities that will donate money to the poor, people who are wishing for the things celebrities will all take for granted.

To bring my essay to a close I personally believe that Celebrities need to change the way they act and…...

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