19 Celebrities Who Have Openly Discussed The Negative Effects Of Celebrity


by y2mate

1. Megan Fox

Fox said in an interview with Esquire, “They all believe that we should shut up and stop whining because we live in a mansion or drive a Bentley. What most people don’t realize is that you’re continually bullied by millions of individuals.”

2. Billie Eilish

3voor12 was instructed by Eilish, “Let me go to a school that will teach me how to be renowned because there is no training, no like. That would also be a bad idea. That’d be a scumbag school… Famous individuals are a waste of time. Fame is a waste of time.”

3. Gigi Hadid

Gig once said in an interview: There are certain individuals who know I love them and that when I get back to town, I’ll call them, but I can’t phone them every day since I’m in strange areas.”

4. Robert Pattinson

Pattinson stated in an interview with the Spanish GQ magazine, “People are unaware of how lonely you feel. In any case, I consider myself fortunate since, while success did not come to me when I was young, I did have the opportunity to live a life before it.”

5. Brad Pitt 

According to Pitt, showing off your personal life on tv to promote your movie is something that has become inevitable in the film world.

6. Jennifer Lawrence 

Life is beautiful, even if you are not a celebrity. Being a celebrity gushes you towards an incurable depression and forever anxiety, you cannot rest aside. Said, Jennifer

7. Daniel Radcliffe

“The quickest way to forget about the knowledge that you were being watched was to become intoxicated,” Radcliffe remarked in an episode of Off Camera with Sam Jones. Then, as you get more inebriated, you realize, ‘Oh, people are looking at me more now because I’m getting drunk, so I should drink more to ignore that.’

8. Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston poses on the red carpet for the 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 05, 2020

“I’ve gotten a lot of benefit from treatment.” “There are a lot of beautiful things that come with being a public figure,” she told People magazine. “However, because we’re only human, we tend to walk around with bullseyes on our heads, there’s a lot of tough stuff.”

9. Justin Bieber

“I got upset, restless, and mad,” Bieber stated. I got estranged from everyone who cared about me, and I was hiding behind a shell of a person.”

10. Sia

She wrote, “If anyone other than prominent individuals realized what it was like to be recognized, they would never want to be celebrated “Imagine every juvenile with a computer in the whole world would have become an illiterate, inconsiderate sociopath in your regard.

11. Shailene Woodley

According to the Associated Press, Woodley said, “The word ‘famous’ was difficult for me because it made me feel as if there was a barrier between me and everyone else. And I’ve always felt like that word is so stigmatized, with so many meanings, that I refused to even acknowledge it for a long time.”

12. Selena Gomez 

“It’s a desolate road to figure out where all this element comes from,” says the author “Gomez explained. “Also, to separate from it. It becomes an obsession, a habit, asking your brain faculties to not go to these terrible zones when you say something inappropriate, do something inappropriate, wear something inappropriate, or represent a specific culture. But it’s lonely; I’ve had to let go of a lot of people to get here.”

13. Mila Kunis

Kunis discussed the impact her pregnancy has had on her family in an interview with Cosmopolitan. “When I was pregnant, my medical emergency was covered live by all reporting outlets.,” she explained. 

14. Keanu Reeves 

Fans and paparazzi congregate outside his home in the hopes of catching a sight of the star. “You discern like a confined beast,” he told the media.

15. Cameron Diaz 

“Fame is in fantasizing,” Diaz noted on her Rule Breakers show. It greatly diminishes your sense of self-sufficiency and ability to care for oneself.”

16. Lady Gaga 

Gaga claimed in an interview with People, “I used to think I was Lady Gaga when I woke up in the morning. Then I got unhappy, and I didn’t want to be myself anymore. The things my job brought into my life, as well as the pace of my life, made me feel threatened.”

17. Cardi B 

 “Money never made me happy. It just took away the old happiness from me as well.” she, remarked. “There were less people who had comments on my life. I had the feeling that I was living my own life. I now feel as if I don’t even have control over my life. I have the impression that the world owns me.”

18. Shia LaBeouf 

He said to Variety, “You must first evolve as an enchained body to become a star/superstar. Just meat — a commodity, and relinquish all autonomous attributes to identify with the general law of conformity to the natural order.”

19. Kourtney Kardashian

According to Kourtney, “We’ve always comprehended that our family members are most important in our dynamism. I never thought about stardom as a youngster, and I didn’t even consider it while we were talking about making the program. ‘Oh, we’re doing this show — I’m going to be famous,’ I wasn’t thinking. I occasionally wish we weren’t filming. I enjoy being a mother, yet there are times when I wish no one knew who I was.”