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  • Good morning ladies and gentlemen. Today I am here to persuade you about one simple statement, and that is that celebrities are bad role models.

    No, I’m not talking about the flawless super models, that own the runway. I am talking about inspirational stars that you people look up to. As you probably already know, today our society is a mix of many different people, including many different celebrities. Countless citizens from many diverse countries believe that celebrities are the role models of our generation, but is that really a true statement?

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  • No, celebrity role models are terrible.

    Most celebrities become a celebrity at a very young age. This is well before they have developed proper ideals and traits. They don't learn how to be humble or how not to act up. For this reason they generally make terrible role models as they cannot relate to the average person.

  • Look to Miley Cyrus

    Celebrity role models aren't good. Parents should be role models to children, not celebrities. Unfortunately, social media has taken over the conscience of the world and fans have better access to celebrities 24/7. Between Miley Cyrus twerking and Paul Walker's tragic death in a car race along a California road, Hollywood celebrities shouldn't be idolized for their spoiled, rich lives that everyone wants to emulate. Instead of spending time trying to be like celebrities, we need to put more energy towards making our world better for our kids. Feed the hungry, house the homeless, don't be a Miley.

  • Not When You Find Out The Truth

    Celebrity role models are not good, particularly for young people. More often than not, a celebrity's public persona is a far cry from that celebrity's actual personality. Kids are just setting themselves up for disappointment if they ever were to meet that celebrity, or if news were to ever come out about bad things that celebrity was doing.


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