Blake Lively: Don’t Compare Me To Paris Hilton

July 14, 2008

I Think That Was A Diss

Paris Hilton

Newcomer actress Blake Lively is trying to distance herself from comparisons to socialite Paris Hilton. Through her actions, Paris has come to symbolize excess, debauchery and vanity.

Last month, Paris and Britney Spears topped a poll in Australia for the celebrities youngsters like least. Paris and Lindsay Lohan have consistently won negative polls in America as well.

Blake Lively

There is a lesson to be learned in that. Just because you have it, meaning fame and some money, doesn’t mean you should flaunt it.

No, I’m not referring to the public being envious, as most stars believe in their jaded little worlds. You may be surprised to learn, many members of the public don’t want to be like certain stars.

Blake Lively

If you party your life away, have run-ins with the law and engage in acts of public lewdness, people will think that’s all there is to you. Look what you’ve given them as a reference point.

The sad thing is there are people in Hollywood encouraging young stars in the mainstream to behave in an inappropriate manner for attention and so-called free publicity, which is terrible advice. That free publicity comes at a price when said stars’ names and lives are destroyed.

Paris Hilton

One should want to be appropriately recognized for one’s work, through the correct avenues, not because you behave in a terrible manner for the paparazzi.

Promiscuity is encouraged as well. Then these girls get saddled with the image of being harlots. Who needs that. Not to mention, so many stars have STDs because of the constant stream of sex partners.

It sets a terrible example for young kids who end up emulating them to terrible results.

Blake Lively: it’s stupid to compare me to Paris Hilton

“I don’t know her, but I don’t like being compared to anyone by somebody who doesn’t know me. I’m my own person. I don’t go to clubs, I don’t party, I don’t dance on tables and I don’t like sex tapes.”

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