I have a group of favorite celebrities that I love for their ability to make a Sunday evening sitting at home alone glamorous. From the clothes they wear to the events they attend everything they do says something about them and that something has given me a glamorous revelation. I don't wholeheartedly love most of these celebrities because they each have their fatal flaws. In fact, I usually am ranting about my frustration with Miley Cyrus and her reckless semantics, but I also respect her carefree, open-minded albeit crazy outlook on life. Of course everyone has their two cents about the Kardashian/Jenner clan, but I have an overwhelming admiration for them. Especially Kendall and Kylie Jenner. Every single person in that fame hungry family has a less than favorable characteristic but who am I to judge? They've given me so many great moments that they're allowed to slip up every now and then. I don't listen to Lana Del Rey's music and I'm not going to be a pseudo-fan like so many of the young girls of this generation. However, her cover story in Nylon Magazine earlier this year made me realize the real world that so many celebrities live in but so little of us see. Of course Channing Tatum is pretty much self explanatory. Jesse Eisenberg is a real creep when it comes to who I would or wouldn't want to be friends with in real life, but I love his ideologies and his perspective on things. He's a testament to the ridiculous amount of unnecessarily criticism we as consumers dish out. Tika Sumpter and Julianne Hough are the two celebrities I have been able to love without shame or guilt. They are both gorgeous, talented, and underrated female Hollywood personalities that I wish more celebrities were like.
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