Reality Stars Under The Microscope: Is It Worth it?
Tuesday morning in the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre area, an elementary school teacher was the topic of discussion after she was given an unpaid leave of absence from her teaching duties to appear on The Bachelor.
Many people thought, apparently because of her behavior and past behaviors on the show, that it was immoral for a person that teaches young children to be on a show that could compromise a reputation.
You see people, so frequently, make complete idiots of themselves on reality shows. Or they are subjected to Federal investigations thanks to something they say (Real Housewives of NJ), and the tabloids have a field day with them. And yet, more and more people want to get that 15 minutes of fame on them, no matter the cost.
You couldn't pay me enough to be subject to the editing whims of the director or to be back stabbed by others "players." I have more respect for myself than that.
Now, there are many ways to look at it and my opinion is only one. So, tell me: would you allow yourself and family to be under the microscope for the sake of fame?