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T0370781J
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jambiqq
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Reality programmes do more harm than good

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Started: 2/26/2018 Category: Entertainment
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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T0370781J

Con

Reality programmes do more good than harm. Firstly, reality programmes allow people to showcase their talent and inspire people. For example, a woman,29 Mandy Harvey is deaf but participated in America's got talent to showcase her singing skills. Many people like her have an amazing talent but fail to showcase it due to the lack of availability of platforms. Also, the fact that she is deaf but still is able to sing inspires many. Many who are inferior of their own disability will step out to also overcome their odds and strive for excellence.
jambiqq

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However, there is another side of reality programmes, like stress that comes with expectations of participants. Person might think that he/she sings good, but when they failed they feel deppressive, and there is possibility that they will never sing again, in fear of failure, This might become a big problem for that person.
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