Celebrities. People you love. People you hate. People whom you cannot ignore. People who are here, there and everywhere. They are always up to something or the other which ensures that you get to see them as on the cover of every tabloid at the grocery counter. (Repetition: Same idea written in different words.)
Celebrities are defined as widely known people who arehonored and acclaimed for any number of reasons. They may be film stars, sportspersons, musicians, authors, hoteliers, dancers and skilled people from any profession. Many of them are supremely talented and the skills they have exhibited in their field have catapulted them into the limelight.
Some of them are, however, just famous for being famous. They may attract attention due to their pedigree, some chance event or some self-engineered occasion that has cast them into the spotlight. The wide media coverage of everything popular these days has promised that they remain so. Positive or negative, any publicity helps them stay in the news (Repetition: all three sentences say the same thing), and it also helps them make some quick bucks . (introducing profit is completely off-topic.)
Repetition firmly establishes that celebrities are in the news. –Miss McCulla
The coming of the micro-blogging website, Twitter, has further helped celebrities reach out to the world. And that is good news for the fans of such people, who are ever so curious about the lives and actions of their idols. Twitter helps celebrities directly reach out to their fans, and also clear up any negative statements written about them.
This paper is called an Informative Essay, specifically organized by using examples. You make an organizing statement and then set out to demonstrate your point by giving examples. However, this article (written by a published writer) demonstrates one common characteristic of student writing : A poorly developed Introduction. Writer in the first three paragraphs just repeats superficial ideas thinking he is developing a point. Second, using quotes can be very effective in an essay if they support your point. The ones here are questionable! And don’t think that BULLET POINTS are not effective! Use them. –Miss McCulla
Celebrity twitter quotes are also deep and …philosophical?.
Get busy today folks! If you’re a gardener and you’re clothes ain’t dirty by the end of the day, you need to seriously re-examine your life!
~ Rev Run.
Love is like a brick. You can build a house, or you can sink a dead body.
~ Lady Gaga.
If you meet someone and they have 20 of the 25 things you want in a person, then you’re pretty lucky.
~ Amanda Bynes.
I love myself once sometimes twice a day. But I’m not marrying myself.
~ Chelsea Handler.
When you’ve got good friends & family around you, you don’t feel the need to go off the deep end.
~ Demi Lovato.
You know you’re drunk when you think that the cab fare is the time.
~ Dane Cook.
At least Dane Cook is funny.
Miss McCulla is a retired English teacher of 32 years. She has Mastery of the grammar and mechanics of English, and has taught expository, fiction writing, and rhetorical skills to hundreds of students and aspiring writers throughout her career. She has written/edited/self-published five books, and currently manages a writing blog called The Underground Tutor where she gathers essays, articles, entries, papers, manuals, profiles, criticisms, analyses of literature, just like those asked of students and writers in the university and publisher houses, and years of “teacher tips” and “general interest examples,” and passes them on to interested writers.
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