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Why You Shouldn’t Believe Celebrity Gossip At All

To become a celebrity means to become public. A celebrity looses the privacy of the personal life because the public have interest on the celebrity’s life no matter the size of the issue. This is the prize of fame of most celebrities.

When an announcement is made public on the situation of a celebrity in any point in time in his life, a thin line separates the announcement as news from being a gossip.

News is based on facts (mostly) and contains information regarding current events, places, and people. Its form of medium is usually through newspapers, live television, and news websites, and of course radio broadcast.

Like news, we also learn gossips from radios, television, papers but the most common source of these is through internet and the other one is directly from others mouth. Gossips mainly talks about famous people and their life. If you compare that with news, the latter is usually done in live broadcast and newspapers which talks about recent and relevant issues.

While news talks of things that are worthwhile such as politics, events that impact the community or environment, art, dance, music and the latest developments in technology, gossip focuses on things that should be privy to the celebrity.

This is what differentiates news from gossip the most: gossip cannot usually be verified from the person being talked about. News, in the realm of journalism, can only be published if the source is known and the information has been verified.

Gossip clearly are not always true and reliable, they being not verified.

We hear about the infamous paparazzi that stalk these poor celebs, taking all kinds of pictures then attaching ridiculous stories to what were actually normal events.

One telltale picture posted on the Internet is enough to start a malicious rumor which after not so much time, turns into celebrity gossip.

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