Privacy-someone’s right to keep their personal matters and relationships secret .This is a dictionary’s explanation of word that we use so much nowadays when, ironically, is quite impossible to keep your things for yourself. This is for there are people all around us ready to hear latest scoop and pass it around just for fun .However, not everyone practice it because are bored ,but their job is to stick their noses into stranger’s lifes in order to make the column more interesting .So we got to celebrities, always popular, glamorous, and complaining about invaded private life.
Do they have any privacy left to protect these days? Since we know almost everything or even too much about their ways to spend free time, maybe there is nothing more left to find out. Yet, we don’t have to be afraid, that kind of catastrophe is not very likely to happen because so many new faces pop-up every day and they all need attention in order to achieve their dreams-to become like their childhood idols, in most cases easily recognized actors and singers . Above all, these freshmen are willing to take a lifelong fame for the lifelong loss of privacy, and only thing ‘normal people’ can ask themselves is if that exchange is worth it? Are we entitled to know such details just because they are public figures?
However, a great number of stars seem like don’t want to have their experiences, family pictures, videos, and sometimes not so innocent things, only for private use. On the contrary, they crave for attention as for the only key to success .It is common these days for show-off people to present a story of their difficult and experienced life to the public inviting them to be an audience.
Attention, gossip people, and their columns are central to a celebrity’s success, and, for now, we can’t change that. There is also one thing that we...