“Clearly, not all stars crumble under the pressures of fame. Selena Gomez, Ariana Grande, Will Smith, and Justin Timberlake, all of whom became famous as teens, seem to be doing fine.”Being famous sounds amazing, but with the amount of stress it puts on people I wouldn’t want to be famous.
Being a celebrity could mean that you might not know who you are or who your true friends are. “But according to Rockwell, it can be difficult for a celebrity to trust others and make and keep true friends.” If someone famous needs a true friend, they might not have any. Celebrities don’t know who their true friends are because they don’t know if they want to be friends with them because they are famous or because they want to actually be their friends. Is being famous worth all the perks?
It can be a great time being famous also. “Plus, she gets amazing perks, like free clothes from top designers, front-row seats at prestigious award shows, and trips around the world.” Being famous can have it's perks like getting front-row seats at prestigious award shows. You can take trips around the world, and get free clothes from top designers. It could be great to be famous because of all the perks there are. Getting a front row seat at an award show, trips around the world, or free clothes, all can be amazing.
The happiness from being famous isn’t always going to be there. “Turns out, the happiness that comes from fame is fleeting.” Being famous isn’t going to keep you happy. Happiness doesn’t come from the fame or the fortune. The happiness from the fame, and the fortune is just fleeting. It’s not always going to make someone happy, they might not like the photographers all the time. Not everyone will enjoy being famous. Being famous isn’t worth the fake happiness. Being famous can either make someone happy or stressed. The happiness celebrities felt when they first became famous isn’t going to stay, the happiness level will change throughout how famous someone actually is.
Being famous can make you happy, but you could become stressed. Does being famous really make people happy? "According to a study at the University of Rochester in New York, true happiness derives from having close relationships, time to focus on personal growth, and connections to your community." Do people really like the photographers, and crazed fans all day, every day? "Beyoncé has said that though she likes attention when she’s onstage, she’d be happier if she could “cut it off” when she isn’t performing and just enjoy her life." Is being famous really worth all the photographers. or crazed fans? If being famous is stressful, and has a fake happiness, is it worth it? Celebrities enjoy their time on set, but when they’re offset, there always crazed fans, and photographers.