Celebs speak out about the nasty things they have to put up with in the pursuit of ‘Fame and Fortune’;
Daniel Radcliffe: People Will Boo You, Even if you’re a Child
Radcliffe said that crazy things happened during his childhood Harry Potter days. It was excruciating being harassed by photographers, but unpleasant getting booed. Dealing with professional autograph hunters is fine but some people boo and shout at a child, and that sucked. The fastest way to forget about being watched is to get sloshed when enjoying nights out as you aren’t aware of being stared at. With a great job, and being wealthy, the expectation pressure is being always delighted. You experience some human emotion of sadness and question yourself as doing something wrong or just not being good at being famous.
Billie Eilish: You’re Will be 50% Miserable
Without being negative, the “when the party’s over” singer regrets the loss of her teenage years, as this all started when she was 13. There is no training or a school to teach her how to be famous as that would suck. That would be a trash school as famous people sucked. She genuinely feels that ‘Fame’ is trash but Eilish feels the high of performing her music onstage makes up for all hardships. If asked to define how much is misery and how much is not, she feels it’s fifty-fifty, with half very horrible and half unbelievably amazing and utterly priceless. So she does the trash!
Gigi Hadid: Say Bye-Bye to Your Friends
The supermodel revealed that her spotlight fame had a huge impact on who she calls friends, making her less willing to open up. A lot of interesting things in friends emerged when she became famous. It’s better to have a few good friends than tons of friends you aren’t sure about. There are people who understand that she loves them and who know that when she returns to town, she would call them, but not every day because of her travel to weird places. She lost a lot of friends because she gets busy for a short period of time, and they fail to reach out; but if she failed to reach out, then she has changed. She is happy with the friends she has retained.
Idris Elba: Fame Will Make You Paranoid
Elba confessed that his fame had made it hard to trust potential love interests. At times you’re not sure what’s real or not, especially about relationships he lamented. If adored by hundreds and millions, sometimes you become paranoid and tend to constantly question the motives of all persons, and he confesses that he has been guilty of it in the past.
Kylie Jenner: It’s Hard to Ignore Bad Press
Jenner constantly feels anxious about the unflattering things being mentioned in the media. She woke up every morning with terrible anxiety and without knowing why or what was the problem. Every morning she wakes up anxiously thinking that there’s a bad story about her, which she had to check. Her worst fear is waking up to find something bad about her on the Internet.