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The 21 year old party got antics have been well documented on her -- and TV show yeah at the realities are mean to be -- up her and -- But in a culture that -- shock value you don't up at attention for good behavior.
So do -- stars like fair become addicted to fame and -- -- amber and I do mean -- Ever it takes to stay in the spotlight I don't know if -- -- them herself or if someone had done on this war because.
When it comes down to is that with the ubiquitous technology right now -- 21 year old cannot just be 21 year.
So no matter if you're in the public life or if you're in the private life and they like that is always gonna come out I didn't see in those pictures anything different then.
A 21 year old Justine actually.
I think that a lot of reality TV stars are famous for being on television.
They're not famous for having a skill or talent or anything sort of tentatively real so I think that a lot of them are very desperate to sort of hold on any sort of semblance of -- that they can so they will do anything possible.
To keep themselves in the spotlight.
Reality stars have become prime time and doesn't mean TV land.
And therefore many feel immense pressure to keep upping the ante to stay relevant.
I think with the reality stars there's always pressure to continually want.
You see with this kind of culture of celebrity now that.
That your value is somehow it's human value and their own work is and how popular they are and how many people view and so you're going to consistently -- -- get crazier crazies.
Not putting out an album they're not starring in the new film there's nothing that's being generated.
Automatically about them so they have to keep.
Doing something more and more scandalous or more and more obvious to stay in public -- keep people's attention because eventually they can afford.
It's practically part of the job description that reality TV stars behave badly in order to keep up their show's ratings.
Leaving little room for any -- -- she's.
Without a doubt good behavior is not good for reality stars.
The thing to consider though is that there is always going there doesn't seem to be a -- that people willing to debase themselves to get on television.
And that's that's kind of pathetic but I mean that is the reality of reality program.
I think that reality TV stars should be able to act in a positive way and bring attention to things that are positive and bring positive attention to themselves.
Unfortunately I think that reality television is happening to -- lowest common denominator of TV watchers.
-- you're getting.
People who really want to laugh at someone and make fun of them and watch train -- reality stars expose their lives in exchange for fame how long to -- kind of notoriety really last.
I think Andy Warhol got the reality self.
What's wrong by about fourteen minutes and thirty seconds I mean it is most disposable industry and the most disposable people.
Around right now.
The average reality star now on you know they don't do -- the right way -- well known for the season that the show is you know as long as a show is on the inner.
People are paying attention to them.
People -- the Kardashians have done -- the right way they went into that as a business they've launched multiple fashion lines fragrance lines they've done everything.
And they're really branching out as.
Entrepreneurs as business women -- -- there sort of star is gonna shine a lot longer even if they're not on television anymore.
Many people claim to be reality TV's not yet someone has to be watching for trash TV to get the ratings -- -- I think people -- -- I think I think our attention spans are so short right now that.
If you know for instance if you look at something like Netflix people don't consume television once we get more -- -- on something like house of cards.
And in the same way reality programming allows us human beings on other people's.
Faults and foibles as a society we are bingeing on content right now and reality is the most disposable and the quickness that you can identify with the characters quickly.
And then when you don't like them anymore you can get rid of them and move on to the next.
That we watch reality television -- content that trashy kind of genre.
It's the same concept as to why people used to watch soap operas all the time.
It makes our lives look so much better.
Rights of -- -- such train -- we must be so much cooler comparison.
For those huge -- of living their lives out in front of the camera tower in the -- experts caution such -- how short shelf lives.
My advice for the 41 year old girl would be to continue to behave like this for another years so.
-- do your best to take care of your daughter and then figure out a way to go to grad school or some sort of education so you don't have to rely on these idiotic behavior.
My eyes to reality stars would be to try to use their fifteen minutes or something positive.
So you know right now we have so many issues going on in the public.
We have marriage equality we have anti bullying we have so many causes that people can get involved in and really make a statement.
And put pictures of themselves out there but put them out in a positive light and bring attention to something good.
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