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5 Biggest Reasons The Media Turn On Stars (With 5 Examples)

Even if a star is loved and adored by everyone from the sun to the stars, there will be a day when that star is cover of every magazine for something “horrible".

Don€™t lie €“ the tabloids are many people€™s guilty pleasures. Of course we want to read about what celebrity€™s marriage is failing, or who is the newest person to have a drug addiction. As long as it€™s not our lives, we love to read about the unfortunate lives of others. Why? That€™s a psychological question for another day. The point is, we all love to read about our favourite €“ or least favourite €“ celebrities, whether it be online or at the supermarket checkout line, if you still prefer the ancient way of reading gossip €“ magazines. Either way, it€™s inevitable. Even if a star is loved and adored by everyone from the sun to the stars, there will be a day when that star is cover of every magazine for something €œhorrible€. Some things are horrible €“ drugs are bad, adultery isn€™t anything to condone. But if there€™s one thing the media does incredibly well €“ it€™s sensationalising something that we all go through, or that a star actually is handling well, and makes them the enemy. As much as we don€™t like to admit it, we do it too. Our favourite star is busted for drugs, adultery, nudity €“ some of us may rethink our love for that star. This is especially true if the celebrity is someone that children have access to. Then all bets are out the window. Here are five things (and five examples) that has made the media turn on someone.
 
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