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Bad Celebrity Role Models

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Katie Swails

on 8 May 2014

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Celebrity Role Models
Good or Bad?

By: Katie Swails
Do you think celebrities are
good role
A role model is a person
looked up to by others
as an example
to be imitated.
Celebrities are poor role models.
My first reason is that celebrities have high egos.
Secondly, most celebrities
aren't in stable relationships.
Lastly, some celebrities
take drugs and/or are alcoholics.
Celebrities are poor role models
because they have
high egos
and think they are
better than the working
According to the Entertainment News: Paris Hilton, Kanye West, Usher, Beyonce,
Christina Aguilera,
and Lindsay Lohan
have the highest ego.
Amanda Bynes:
How drugs and alcohol affected her over the years.
Kanye West once stated:
'It's only led me to complete awesomeness
at all times. It's only led me to
awesome truth an
awesomeness. Beauty,
truth, awesomeness.
That's all I am."
Beyonce said:
"I'm better and more powerful
than my mind can digest."
This proves that celebrities have high egos.
My opposition is that not all celebrities have high egos.
According to TOP5, the top 5 most down to earth celebrities are Carrie Underwood, Adele, Robert Downey Jr., Jennifer Garner, and Emma Watson.
Not only do celebrities have high egos, most celebrities aren't in stable relationships.
Ego means an exaggerated sense of self-importance
Celebrities are poor role models
because most of them are
not in stable relationships.
Taylor swift has been in ten
relationships since 2008.
Joe Jonas, Lucas Till, Taylor Lautner, John Mayer, Connor Kennedy, Cory Monteith, Jake Gyllenhaal, Eddie Redmayne, Zac Efron, and Harry Styles

Several friends say Gwyneth Paltro and Chirs Martins realationship was complicated and sometimes "open". They were
physically separated, and
emotionally. Few in
their circle were shocked
by the separation.
Jennifer Aniston is all alone while dealing with the end of her 5 year marriage with Brad Pitt. Brad cheated on
Jennifer with Angelina
Jolie during their
Celebrities are poor role models
because they take
drugs and/or are
There are some celebrities in stable relationships.
After Brad Pitt married Angelina Jolie, they started a family and are in a stable relationship.
Not only are most celebrities not in stable relationships,
they also take drugs or are alcoholics.
Lindsay lohan confessed to Oprah Winfrey that she was addicted to alcohol and
to the ADHD drug Adderall.
She also admitted she
had used cocaine (with
alcohol) "10 to 15 times"
Snooki from Jersey Shore, drinks constantly and to excess. Her drinking
sometimes gets her arrested
and to do inappropriate
behavior, which she
then gets paid for.
Amanda Bynes' parents said they were deeply concerned that their daughter poses a
risk to herself and others and that
her behavior has been fueled
by paranoia, drugs,
and an obsession with
plastic surgery.
Kids who watch shows with alcohol and drug use are more likely to try them then
those who don't.
In a survey of 2,407 parents, 58% of them believe that celebrities should not be role models.
that have taken drugs or alcohol have been put in rehab and are
clean of drugs and alcohol.
That still does not
change that fact that they
have taken drugs or alcohol so
it will still be
people that drugs and alcohol
are okay to use.
In conclusion...
Celebrities are bad role models because
they have high egos, aren't in stable relationships, and take drugs or are alcoholics.
Do you have a celebrity role model?

Chang, Samantha. "Lindsay Lohan: I'm Addicted to Alcohol and Adderall." Examiner.com. Samantha Chang, 19 Aug. 2013. Web. 16 Apr. 2014.

Desmond-Harris, Jenee. "Kanye West New York Times Interview: 8 Egotistical Quotes." The Root. Jenee Desmond-Harris, 12 June 2013. Web. 16 Apr. 2014.

Filucci, Sierra. "10 Worst TV Role Models of 2011 -- Part 1." Reviews & Age Ratings. Sierra Filucci, 6 Dec. 2011. Web. 16 Apr. 2014.

"Paris Hilton Tops Celebrity Ego Poll." Paris Hilton Tops Celebrity Ego Poll. Entertainment News, 25 Oct. 2005. Web. 16 Apr. 2014.

Sharps, Linda. "Beyonce’s 'I'm More Powerful Than My Mind Can Digest’ Quote Makes Her Sound Like an Egomaniac." The Stir. Linda Sharps, 1o Jan. 2013. Web. 16 Apr. 2014.

"Taylor Swift's Boyfriends | The Many Men of Singer Taylor Swift | Comcast.net Music." Taylor Swift's Boyfriends. Xfinity Music Staff, n.d. Web. 16 Apr. 2014.

"The Truth ABout Their Split." People 14 Apr. 2014: 66-67. Web. 16 Apr. 2014.

"The Unsinkable Jennifer Aniston." Vanity Fair Sept. 2005: n. pag. Web. 16 Apr. 2014.

Winton, Richard. "Amanda Bynes Using Drugs, Has Used $1.2 Million." Amanda Bynes Using Drugs. Richard Winton, 26 July 2013. Web. 16 Apr. 2014.

Make sure your celebrity role model does good things. For example:
Jennifer Lawrence aided a collapsed woman and waited for her while the paramedics came.
Justin Timberlake handed out blankets and backpacks to people after hurricane sandy.
Adam Levine, Emma Stone, and Andrew Garfield used the paparazzi for good by holding up signs for websites and phone numbers to call for donating to charities.
There are many good
celebrities to look up to.
Celebrities that make
appropriate songs
(like the one you just
heard) and don't
do inappropriate
things. Make sure
you choose the
right role model.

Thanks for listening!
is that:
Celebrities are sending a
that drugs and alcohol are okay to use.
Celebrities are a huge
social influence
people today.
point of
is that:
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