People know more about Paris Hilton, than they do President Bush. Celebrities are always within the news for a wide range of different reasons. They might be getting drunk, and making a idiot out of themselves (Mel Gibson), or getting a divorce (Carmen Electra and Dave Navarro), or almost dropping their baby in the street (Britney Spears). No matter they’re doing, we are all tuned to look at, and listen to the celeb gossip.
More often than not the one movie star gossip that appears on tv concerns something bad that has happened, or some mistake a celebrity has made. The public likes to watch figures within the spotlight fall on their face, because it brings them back down to earth with the rest of us. Additionally evidently we like to provide air time to celebrities to allow them to complain about the best way the federal government is being run. We will setup a large discussion board to let celebrities discuss how the war in Iraq is fallacious, but we can not take 5 minutes to tell the soldiers which can be preventing there how a lot we admire them for what they’re doing. I would like to help change the view about Mzansi Celebrities and write about some celeb gossip of a special flavor.
Towards the start of the war in Iraq, Densel Washington made a visit to a hospital in Fort Sam Houston, Texas to see among the injured soldiers. While he was there he saw that the hospital was crowded and the medical doctors there wanted more supplies. Densel told the soldiers on the hospital that assist can be on the way. About six months later, he gave a sizable donation to the Fisher House Foundation Inc., which helps households of hospitalized army personnel. I never heard any gossip about this on the movie star news channels. The one time I heard about this great act of generosity was in an electronic mail from another person that was making an attempt to spread the good word. I think we might all feel just a little bit higher about celebrities if the celebrity gossip shows would try to report on more uplifting tales like this one.