So if you are in space, you'll notice that things tend to take a spherical form - stars, planets, etc. However, look around your room. How many naturally spherical objects do you see? Not many if any I suspect. For God's sake, the Earth is a sphere! The logic follows that if stars are spheres and planets are spheres, then since we are subjec to the same gravity they are, we should be spheres.
Pro claims that since stars are spheres, and planets are spheres, then anything subject to gravity should also be a sphere. This a very shallow and ignorant contention. Let's take a look at gravity to see what it really is. Gravity is a "force pulling together all matter (which is anything you can physically touch). The more matter, the more gravity, so things that have a lot of matter such as planets and moons and stars pull more strongly." So ever price of matter has a gravitational pull. Everything is pulling against everything else, and the closer two objects are together, the stronger the gravitational pull. The reason everything isn't sticking together is because it simply doesn't have enough matter to create a strong pull. Planets and stars are immensely huge objects the create massive gravitational forces the keep each other in orbit and everything from floating off to one another. All the objects In your room aren't creating enough gravity on themselves to even out the matter they are composed of. So in conclusion, stars and planets crest much larger gravitational pulls, which explains why they are different compared to minuscule objects and pieces of matter that it keeps on its surface.