Originally Posted by kennybro
But then she's not the first celebrity who wanted simultaneous fame and privacy. Seems like a common complaint.
Do you mean that celebrities aren't allowed to voice that they have hard time? They don't deserve compassion because they are famous? That's odd.
I have a friend whom everyone
in Denmark knows, I tell you, it's actually not always fun being him. He can't shop for groceries without being confronted all the time! For me, it's been a bit of an eyeopener (it's quite insane), and you could say the fault is with people who don't understand that celebrities are also normal people who also have a personal sphere/space of intimacy they like to keep intact.
People don't respect that. Not of ill-will, but because people are egotistical and thoughtless, and obviously starstruck.