Do you think it's good or bad that magazine point out celebrities imperfecti!

Question: Do you think it's good or bad that magazine point out celebrities imperfections!?
Celeb magazines such as heat, now, reveal etc!. show paparazzi images of celebrities caught off-guard and circle their cellulite/sweat marks/spots and general imperfections!.

Do you that this is a good thing (as the magazine claim) because it shows us that these actresses and models are far from perfect!.!.!.

or do you think it is a bad thing because it sends out a message that imperfections such as cellulite are unacceptable and disgusting!?

Do you look at these 'shocking' pictures and think!.!.!."oh dear my bum looks a bit like that!.!.!.I need to go to the gym!."

or do you think, "Thank god mischa barton had cellulite too"

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No, I don't think it is a good thing!. A friend of my mines now has a complex about her skin after a mag pointed out a blemish on Cameron Diaz and it made a huge deal of it ("ew, gross, etc etc etc") and she now thinks she is disgusting because she has a spotty forehead!.

As good as it is to know that the beautiful people have spots, cellulite and all that, it doesn't make me feel good about myself because I think "well, if they think it's gross then maybe I'm gross"!.Www@Enter-QA@Com

I guess if you feel it necessary to compare yourself to people who are paid money to look a certain way, then it's good!. The only reason there are photographers taking pictures of "celebs" is people care about them as if they know them!.!.!.!.who cares either way - I think it's bad that they are set in such high regard because they are rich, famous, etc!.Www@Enter-QA@Com

Hmmm thats really difficult! I don't take them seriously (but I always flick to the hoop of horror or circle of shame first!) I think its a bit of both!. Does make me think 'Haha, thank God I don't have a spot like that' but also makes me think 'Oh thank God, Mischa has cellulite too! Now I don't have to be so disgusted by myself!'Www@Enter-QA@Com

i think it is well bad i do i think it is sad to be more to the point!. people have jobs to take fotos of peoples bad things!. well no1 in the world is perfect it is just patheticWww@Enter-QA@Com

We all pick at the faults of others if it makes us feel better!. Ignore the rubbish and try to remember that thay are human too and have the same needs as us!.Www@Enter-QA@Com

I think its a goooood thing!.
Far too many people are comparing themselves to celebrities and when these magazines point out there imperfections it makes people think that they are just like them!. JUST LIKE THEM!Www@Enter-QA@Com

Good if u like that sort of thing !!!Www@Enter-QA@Com

Well, I think it depends on the celebrity!. You know how some of them are really snotty!? Yeah, I do!. Well, they need to realize there NOT perfect!. Although on the other end it'll tear down the celebrities confidence!. Then make them diet (example), and then it'll set even more bad examples!. Sad really, but, it's kind of like the circle of life!.
Maybe the paparazzi should show there un perfect faces!. Since celebrities are far from perfect (actually, everyone is) but, that's what makes us unique!. So even if they show us THERE imperfections, we should know no one is perfect anyway!. No, I think neither, more of the second choice then the first though!. I don't stoop that low on the scale to the un confidence level!. NOBODY IS PERFECT!!!! So I like to see there a little like us!.
So I believe, it's both!. Good and bad!. Mostly good though, lol!.Www@Enter-QA@Com

I believe that in the current age where people become famous for not a lot and actively seek publicity it is fair game that we can point out their defects!.

On the issue of how it makes you feel!.!.!. I would say confused!. One week a magazine could say 'look how fat she is now' and the next week it's 'she's so skinny she must have an eating disorder'!. Ends up making me think their opinion doesn't matter much either way and they're just filling pages with nice, cheap, easy features (two pages, six pictures, one designer adding a few circles and about 10 words per pic - get it done in 20mins then off for a long lunch)!. But then that is lightweight journalism befitting of lightweight fame so you can't blame them!. Would be better if they made up their minds on whether having a bit of extra weight etc is a good thing or not!.

Personally I generally don't mind seeing their flaws as it's funny, it crushes any perception of these people being better than us and it makes you realise that under it all they're just like you and me!. Just got a bit more money and appear in magazines with plenty of airbrushing or on TV with good lighting and make-up most of the time we see them!.Www@Enter-QA@Com

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