Yes, i agree with this. We can trust celebrity spokespeople who endorse for stuff like weight watchers. After all they are just normal people like us. Therefore, by so doing some of the fans are able to copy or emulate something from them. This also serves as an encouragement to the other weight watchers.
No, we cannot trust celebrities endorsements on things such as Weight Watchers. There are many other factors involved in weight loss that can be manipulated by celebrities and companies like Weight Watchers. Celebrities have the funds to have personal chefs, personal trainers and other things that would make any weight loss program seem productive than it is.
These people are getting paid. Not only that but they have personal trainers on their payroll, as well as professional nutritionists, and chefs. They do not have to worry about tightly packed schedules or not having time to cook. They do not have to worry about an insufficiently stocked kitchen.
No, we cannot trust celebrity spokespeople who endorse products like Weight Watchers. There is no way for us to know if these individuals are genuinely supporting these products are just endorsing them for money. This can be said about anybody who is seen endorsing a consumer product. The buyer should beware.