we see them on twitter, we see them on instagram, we read their blogs. and we watch their vlogs. is it too much? are we allowing ourselves too much access to our idols?
recently i've been disheartened by the behaviour of a few of them, some showing a huge disdain for the casting of kerry katona as marilyn monroe, not only in their opinion of her being cast but also being directly offensive towards her on twitter.
I've seen another take lewd photos of a girls bottom in short shorts at a bus stop and post it on his twitter page to 20,000 followers, with his ex les mis cast mates all joining in the sexually discriminating banter too.
I've seen a recent young actor in War Horse, also display racist puns on his Twitter page this evening, and not to mention the general bitterness and tension the industry has obviously put on all actors too.
Wouldn't the West End be a lot "nicer" if we all just knew the actors as actors, appreciated them on the stage, wondered on the mysteries of them off the stage and preserved the "magic" a bit more?
or is knowing that they're real, flawed human beings in life actually a positive thing?
What is your favourite type of tweeter? one who lets you in to their personal life? or one that keeps professional and promotes their shows?
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