Word from the Editor
Monday, August 18 2008 | Comments (0)
Wealth in my understanding is like energy: it can’t be destroyed but it can change form. In the subject of celebrities, many of them are getting reality tv shows now because… well that is where the money is.
But just because you have your own show doesn’t mean that you are an angel. A reality television show would only punctuate a chaotic lifestyle and it seems that the more trouble a lifestyle is the more ratings it gets.
However, not all celebrities are hell-raising incarnate demons. Granted, there are some that NOBODY wants to get stuck in an elevator with, but there are some warm-blooded decent men and women who just happen to be celebrities with their own show. Over the weekend, I happened to come across a blog called Innovation Gone Wrong, that actually gave a list of some responsible reality TV show stars. Gene Simmons was ranked #1 and K-Fed was ranked #5 (isn’t that surprising?!).
At Reality Bug, we have a diverse range of reality programs that has its stars showing us various degrees of responsibilities. We report on shows where lives are at risk or just possibly someone’s dinner. How responsible they are is really determined by what the audience thinks (and in extreme cases, the police). I suppose our position as journalists here at Reality Bug is to keep up the conversations, start some new ones and have you enjoy our company in the process.
Editor in Chief