I'm surprised this hasn't already been a topic of discussion.
Fame, fortune, power; these three words sum up the frenetic life of a celebrity. It is a life that is glamorized by the media and society as a whole, with many longing to become apart of the Hollywood elite. But contrary to the luxurious, seemingly perfect lifestyle, it is not without its cons. The fall of renowned celebrities has been well-documented throughout the times, suggesting that many people are not fit to become a celebrity.
Could you handle being a celebrity? Are you equip to being in the public eye every millisecond of your life? Could you handle all of the wealth without spiraling out of control? Do you value the meaning of privacy and would much rather live the discreet, normal life of the average joe?
Like Walls I'd probably lose my cool with the Paparazzi far too often so would end up punching them a couple of times during my lifetime
Also probably end up punching some Journalists who won't let me answer the questions they are asking me
Also I'd probably end up punching Chris Martin
and Security Guards who try to fuck with my fans
and my fans
and Chris Martin
and Peaches Geldof
and the people I went to school with
and Chris Martin
However the £500 a day cocaine habit and disposable girls do appeal to me
I think so. There are many pitfalls to fame and the ones who last are the ones who knew to handle them when it comes their way. Here one rule to remember.
If you ever caught in a scandal, apologize.(See Hugh Grant/Divine Brown scandal) Remember, America loves apologies. If it is a doozy, shed some tears.(See Chris Brown/Rihanna scandal)