I've never been one to look up to celebrities, mainly because I've always felt sorry for them, to be honest. Celebrities are always the topic of debate--whether they like it or not. We live in a society where people build celebrities up just to watch them fall. And miserably, I might add. Concrete evidence? Britney Spears, Lindsay Lohan, Amanda Bynes, Paris Hilton... need I say more? I can't help but notice a common denominator here though: females. It just seems to be more prevalent when it comes to women. Why? We're fragile? We're emotional? We're just prone to crack? I struggle with answering these questions... The pressures just seem to be way too much. What is more, we see these articles, pictures and scandals about these women and say, "Oh, she's crazy!!" We say it as if we had nothing to do with it.
As a common trend, I see that females fail to support one another. I'm not exactly sure why either. We're so incredibly quick to judge-- I know because I do it sometimes. How will we ever overcome anything if we fail to support each other? I think it's time for a change. We must recognize and acknowledge that all of us are influenced by the media--whether we like it or not. We've got to support each other when one of our own falls. This brings me to my next celebrity: Demi Lovato. I was absolutely heartbroken when I learned of her struggles and her time in rehab. Mainly, it was her admitting to her struggle with her eating disorder and being bipolar that really affected me. It wasn't because I was a fan, but because she was a disney star, a young female and Hispanic. I saw this last night and thought it was great.
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I think it's time we start paying credit to the females who try. Tell me what you all think! Is anyone else excited to see this?