In the Spot Light

“The site, and others that picked up the photos, invited readers to comment on what they saw. Hundreds did, reacting with sentiments ranging from “it’s nice to see normal” to “time to put down that fork.” But the online comments that drew the most attention came from the spurned star herself, who responded on her official Web site on Nov. 29. “What I should be doing is celebrating some of the best days of my life and my engagement to the man of my dreams, instead of having to deal with photographers taking invasive pictures from bad angles. . . . Like all women out there should, I love my body,” wrote Hewitt”            I have so much respect toward celebrities who endorse loving your own body. Celebrities have so much attention over them from paparazzi and the occasional fan. Their everyday lives are in an invasive spot light which is something the average person may not understand. For those Actors and Musicians who take on the responsibility of being role models toward their fans by standing up for something they believe in is extraordinary. Jennifer Love Hewitt was on vacation with her fiancé when the paparazzi released bad photos and continued to insult her body. She took that as her responsibility to make clear she would not be hurt by it and neither should any other women who have faced criticism over their body.

Love Your Shape

Tan, Michelle, and Kristen Mascia. “Jennifer Love Hewitt FIRES BACK. (Cover Story).” People 68.25 (2007): 59-71. Academic Search Complete. Web. 9 Apr. 2014.


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