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I used to follow what the celebrities were doing. Who they were with at the moment. What they were wearing. Now that kind of stuff doesn’t interest me anymore.
Celebrities in my opinion are not gods. They are human like everybody else. They have good qualities and they have bad qualities. The press likes to find out the bad qualities more than anything else and report their findings whether they are true or not.
Which brings me to the the celebrities who cheat on their wives/girlfriends - husbands/boyfriends. I don’t care. They do not deserve any special treatment. They are adulteresses and adulterers. Plain and simple.
They put their families through turmoil because they are in the spotlight/hot seat (if you like).
I do not applaud these “stars” who commit these things.
If they are married..their wedding vows apparently don’t mean anything to them.
If the wife or husband continues to stand with their spouse/boyfriend. Then they must see something that we don’t. A person only reads what the press is reporting. We definitely don’t know the whole truth.
But all this doesn’t matter to me. I am busy raising my own family. Putting them on the right track in life. I don’t need to hear about a “stars” wrongdoings. I wish there wasn’t so much hula baloo about Tiger Woods, Jesse James and whoever else. I just turn my tv off or switch the channel. I prefer positive things around me and my family....
Have a wonderful day!

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      Jan Orga wrote Apr 7, 2010
    • Bravo! I totally agree!! Living in Nashville we have many celebrities that live here...and not just country music celebs. One thing I LOVE about Nashville is we allow these people their space. You are just as likely to run into someone famous at the local Starbucks, grocery store or a restaurant as you are on the red carpet for the CMA awards. You are right. They are just people like you and me. While they appreciate their fans and enjoy being told you like their work, leave it at that. It just gets weird if you go beyond that. I don’t like following the negative aspects of their lives either...we all have things in our lives we’d prefer not to share. We should respect that for them too.

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