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  • Celebrities are treated unfairly by the media

    They are constantly followed by the paparazzi, looking for the picture that will sell to the highest bidder. There are articles about them in the tabloids, such as TMZ, Buzzfeed, People, and E! Online, most of which are accusations that are false. Celebrities are treated unfairly by the media just because they are famous. But one needs to understand is that celebrities are people too. Celebrities are under pressure from being followed around by photographers that some act in ways that contrasts their character. Some celebrities act the way they do because of the way the media treats them. People place celebrities on a pedestal, but they are just like everyday people. Let's treat them like such.

  • No, I don't believe famous people are treated unfairly by the media

    An actress, singer, or model knows what he or she is getting into by becoming a member of those professions. Being in the public eye is one of the requirements. The only time I find it unfair is when those celebrities have children, who then become the targets of thi

  • They are treated unfairly by the media.

    Celebrities also have lives and feelings and are human beings like everyone else. They are normal people too. They make people happy by making music or being in films etc. And all they get in return is malicious rumors, mean comments and no privacy. Paparazzi and the media make up horrible rumors to destroy their career. How would the media or the paparazzi feel if they had their careers being destroyed by someone else? All celebrities do is to try and entertain people but in return they get treated horribly.

  • Famous people have to live too

    They are also normal people like us. Maybe invasion privacy is a price of their fame but everything has limit. By now, the media inteferes too much. Paparazzi is everywhere and just wait to capture the shame moment. The celebrities contributes a lot for better life. They deserve more than that.

  • Yes famous people are treated unfairly by the media.

    The media does treat famous people unfairly as they view they have the right to invade their lives and any moment with no warning, and that it is o.k. because they are famous. Everyone deserves to have a personal life separate from their professional life, even those who work for the entertainment industry.

  • Media crosses the line

    The media crosses the line! They are invading the famous persons privacy. Famous people have lives too. They have secrets they dont want every one to know and because of the media every were they are and every thing they do is read or heard by the public. Famous people need more privacy

  • Media crosses limits at times

    The downside of fame today is the interference of media in one's life. Just for mere entertainment purposes, a celebrity's personal life is publicized, criticized and mocked at. It is sad that celebrity gossips are openly done today in magazine columns or television. An artist performs to showcase his talent. If it is not received well by a majority, the media thrashes the work of the artist completely and makes it a joke instead of giving him credibility for having performed. The media should only engage in bringing to the people news that would be relevant to their lives or surroundings. Unnecessary peeking into the lives of famous people is just unfair.

  • Yes, the media goes to far!

    I think the media has gotten out of control with the way they treat celebrities. I realize that once you become a celebrity a certain amount of privacy is taken away but the media has truly gone too far. We, the general public, certainly don't need to know everything about their lives all the time.

  • they are treated reaally unfairly by the media.

    Like different celeberties- actors or singers, they have a right to have their own life and because of media everything about them reaches the public. They should have a right to keep things as a secret but media dosent leaves any secret in their life, everything is opened up in public about them.

  • Invasion of privacy.

    I think it is very wrong to constantly get into anyone's face just because you are wondering what they are up to and want to gossip about their lives. They are people too, and have feelings just like the rest of us. In fact I'm sure seeing a magazine wondering if you're getting fatter is a lot more insulting than someone telling you in person the same thing.

  • It depends on the way they choose.

    We can't deny the widespread of the media we're having today. Celebrities, in fact, have their own "stage", which means position. Of course there is no such thing like "fair" when it comes to public figures and private lives, because paparazzis, for example, have disturbed the celebrities' moment everywhere, everytime. But they are only a few, being curious and behaving badly. Almost famous people want their story posted and shared in public, to inspire and impress us as reminders and consideration. Media is the only means to do it. And yet it is criticized. I can assure that media is not to blame here, it's our responsibility. We can be the ones to judge them.

  • It's the job of media

    When anybody is famous, her image will be a model of the fame, the perfection for the youth. So media just reflect this for us and make us understand more deeply about them. This is the best way to connect celebrities and fans. The aspect of personal life depends on each of them because many famous Person have discreet personal life.

  • No, I don't believe famous people are treated unfairly by the media.

    Famous people are celebrities and that means they have a obligation to the public to let us into their lives. I think at times the media can go too far but overall it is the media's job to report on famous people. Part of being famous means you are putting yourself in the public eye and therefore should behave as if you are being watch, because you are. Anyone who aspires to be famous knows this going into this line of business.

  • No, famous people are not unfairly treated by the media.

    I believe that being famous is a trade-off. It is true that the media puts celebrities under a much larger scrutiny than regular people; however, these same celebrities and famous people are very influential to society for either better or worse. Society both idolizes and vilifies celebrities due to how they are portrayed. When one becomes famous one must realize that they will always be under constant watch and judgment. It is quite a trade-off.

  • No, I don't believe famous people are treated unfairly by the media.

    They are celebrities and that means they have a obligation to the public to let us into their lives. I think at times the media can go too far but overall it is the media's job to report on famous people. Part of being famous means you are putting yourself in the public eye and therefore should behave as if you are being watched. Anyone who aspires to be famous knows this going into this line of business.

  • Most famous people are not treated unfairly by the media.

    If you put yourself out there, you are opening yourself up for a downfall. Famous people make the choice to put themselves out into the lime light. Are they misunderstood? Sometimes, yes, but it is their choice. I could make the same mistakes they do and not be put into the headlines.

  • They chose to be famous.

    An actress, singer, or model knows what he or she is getting into by becoming a member of those professions. Being in the public eye is one of the requirements. The only time I find it unfair is when those celebrities have children, who then become the targets of this harassment. The children didn't choose to be born to celebrities.

  • Not really, until they have kids then yea

    I don't think they get treated poorly, they know what they are getting into though, but when they have kids they shouldn't have an open life towards that, until there kids get older than they can decide if they want a open or private life, It's really not a big deal, just let them take the pictures and yea it's the media's job

  • No, I don't believe that celebrities are done injustice by the media

    They should know before doing things that will make them on the covers of magazines. Kanye West, you called for telling Swift off. I mean think before acting. Agreed you are people. But still just come on. You are not to be perfect & believe it or not each time you act there is a reason behind it. So don't blame papparazis.

  • No, they are not being treated fairly.

    Paparazzi's are getting out of control. They are humans like the rest of us.
    They need their private lives. In the constitution, everyone has the rights of privacy. Amendment 8 says everyone has the rights of privacy. There should be a line drawn between private lives and public lives. It's wrong to get into their lives and find all their secrets. It's the same thing as going up to a business person with lots of money and asking him/her about their lives. It's one thing if they are open to it but it's a whole different story to dedicate your job on finding out about their lives. If they want to tell their story, they will tell it. Some people like to forget their past, leave it at that. Give them the right of privacy.


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