Being famous is heaven or hell?

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If you are a famous person all the people believe you have a wonderful life with no worries or problems. But being famous can be as heaven as hell.

If you are a famous person all the people believe you have a wonderful life with no worries or problems. But, to my mind being famous can be as heaven as hell.
       The positive side is that celebrities are usually well off and they have easier lives than other people. They live in beautiful  houses, maintained by housekeepers, gardeners, cooks and many servants. Secondly, being a celebrity bring them such privileges as not pay in restaurants, travel a lot all around the world and they can also afford the best clothes and drive the latest models of fast and luxurious cars. Furthermore, they spend their holidays in expensive resorts, get the best hotel rooms and the most efficient service. In addition, when a celebrity is sick, he/she has certainly a private doctor and the best medical treatment.

        However, being famous can be a real hell. For example, celebrities cannot go to the same places that the ordinary people usually go to without having many 'paparazzi' behind them. They are like a public property and do not have privacy.

Being famous is really dangerous. Aside from people pestering you with authographs, you will have the obsessive fans, who will have a crush on you and think that you and him/her will be together! Some of your fans can be really crazy about you. It is very scary indeed. You will have to hire security.
 There is also one major drawback: the expectation of fans will increase as their favorite celebrities achieve more success. Therefore, the anxiety level of well-known people can dramatically rise up which can negatively affect their mental heath.


        In conclusion, although it is true to say that famous people live a great life, you can do a lot of huge things in your life without being famous. You can travel the world, get married, become a parent, take on a really big job, go skydiving. Bungee jumping, be a doctor, a fireman or a firewoman to save people`s lives, be a teacher and educate people and etc. So, I believe that being an ordinary person is no worse than being a rich and famous one.

Автор материала: Олеся Сосновская
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