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Fame

  • Date Submitted: 12/06/2012 06:03 AM
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Fame is one of those things that perhaps everyone has thought about, talked about, even dreamed about. Who hasn't imagined basking in glory and enjoying all of the glitz and glamor associated with being a celebrity?

But despite all of the benefits that come with being famous - the wealth, the influence, the recognition - many of those who experience fame firsthand say there is a negative side that requires(claims,demands) a tremendous price and sometimes outweighs the benefits of a glory.
Fame may be the motivation that drives young stars(newcomers) to success – but it can also be a killer when it finally arrives.

The results of recent research published today show that successful rock and pop stars are twice as likely as the rest of us to die an early death.

It is not always easy to be famous. Even for the famous, beautiful princess like Diana, life was certainly very difficult at times.

She was born on the first of July in 1961 in Norfolk, England. Her parents divorced when she was a little girl. Diana studied at a boarding school in Kent, and then in Switzerland. She was just twenty years old when she married Prince Charles, and from that moment millions of people around the world watched every move she made.

She was kind and helpful; Diana helped poor, homeless and sick people, so her nickname was “the people’s princess”. She was a kind woman. Hundreds of people talked about Diana's kindnesses. She liked ordinary people, though she was rich and had many rich friends. Wherever she was, she was always ready to lend a hand. And it's not only money, that she wanted to give people. She wanted to give them a part of her soul, to make them happy because she was unhappy herself. She wanted to give them love, because she needed love herself.

Diana’s life wasn’t as happy as it seemed to be – she and Prince Charles had problems with their marriage.   Diana was seen many times in floods of tears, because of the pressures of her loveless 15-year...

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