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QueensU_girl
06-24-07, 07:21 PM
I just read a news article last week saying that Paris Hilton has AD/HD.

I wonder if she secretly cruises the AD/HD internet boards?

Thoughts:


Maybe her Adderall is why she is so skinny?


What is she doing drinking on her meds a la Ty Pennington?

pedalpounder
06-24-07, 08:40 PM
Apparently it was reported years ago on this forum :)

lunaslobo
06-25-07, 07:41 AM
I just read a news article last week saying that Paris Hilton has AD/HD.

I wonder if she secretly cruises the AD/HD internet boards?

Thoughts:


Maybe her Adderall is why she is so skinny?


What is she doing drinking on her meds a la Ty Pennington?

Isnt it funny when ever a celeb gets into trouble all of a sudden they have adhd.:cool: Now if this is really true she has the opertunity to really help the adhd world by continuing with what ever can help her, but also by letting the public know how and what is helping her. That adhd is not someting that is to be shuned but something that can add to ones life with the bonus of added creativity.

QueensU_girl
06-25-07, 01:13 PM
Yeah. I was trying to see the humour in it. :)

The news said she was flipping out in her solo cell b/c she has an anxiety problem (claustrophobia) and also didn't get her Adderall for her ADHD.

Crazygirl79
06-25-07, 05:40 PM
Geez....who knows, first there was Britney Spears' comment...I read that on another thread but can't remember which one and now this!!!:rolleyes:

Selena:)

EYEFORGOT
06-25-07, 09:43 PM
I wonder if she secretly cruises the AD/HD internet boards?
Well. You've blown my cover.

Johnnny
06-25-07, 09:52 PM
^----- i dont know how close fantasy land is to washington but you got an interview with larry king wednesday night i think better get packing and quit browsing the web lol JK

Crazygirl79
06-26-07, 12:00 AM
Nice joke Johnnny:p

Selena:D

lurker
06-26-07, 10:14 AM
Isnt it funny when ever a celeb gets into trouble all of a sudden they have adhd.:cool: Now if this is really true she has the opertunity to really help the adhd world by continuing with what ever can help her, but also by letting the public know how and what is helping her. That adhd is not someting that is to be shuned but something that can add to ones life with the bonus of added creativity.Well I heard that she had AD/HD years before this whole drink driving thing came along.
unfortunately i have to say that i fear it might make people skeptical about ADD since she is right now pretty unviersally reviled...

EYEFORGOT
06-26-07, 05:20 PM
^----- i dont know how close fantasy land is to washington but you got an interview with larry king wednesday night i think better get packing and quit browsing the web lol JK
my Limo is in the shop...guess i'll have to use pixie dust. :D

jamesW
06-26-07, 05:22 PM
lucky she's rich why bother taking meds...i guess adderall is a good legal high for sum...lol

Imnapl
06-26-07, 05:23 PM
unfortunately i have to say that i fear it might make people skeptical about ADD since she is right now pretty unviersally reviled...Really? The media promote the idea that Ms. Hilton has many supporters and fans.

Imnapl
06-26-07, 05:26 PM
lucky she's rich why bother taking meds...i guess adderall is a good legal high for sum...lolReally wealthy people don't need to worry about "legal" like we do; unless, of course, some judge wants to make an example of them. Does Adderall make people high?

QueensU_girl
06-26-07, 05:31 PM
I just wish she'd get a real cause, you know?

Like, get her butt to Darfur or help out some Orphans, or something.

Like Zsa Zsa Gabor (before she served community hours at a women's shelter), Paris is probably so out of touch with the common people that she doesn't know even what Cheez Whiz or Kraft Dinner are...

Crazygirl79
06-26-07, 06:12 PM
No doubt QueensU_girl but people like Paris Hilton wouldn't have any idea what the common people are like and she has so much money that she can pratically talk her way out of any kind of trouble!!

Selena:)

Imnapl
06-26-07, 07:51 PM
I just wish she'd get a real cause, you know?Is she allowed to view messages in prison? This might be the perfect opportunity, QueensU_girl. I remember watching a newsclip about Ms. Hilton being interviewed after sentencing and she thanked her "fans". Fans? But, like, what does she do? She is in a position of power just be virtue of her position and wealth. What a waste! It would be so much fun to spend money helping people.

Revz
06-26-07, 08:28 PM
maby we are judging to harshly i mean if she does have ADD its very possible she could understand the common person just because she would think so much and have ADD ive known our kind to be very understanding and smart and accepting no matter what race,social class, or how rich a person is

Crazygirl79
06-26-07, 11:35 PM
Maybe so Revs....anything's possible.....I've always wondered what she's like away from the cameras, paparazzi and the hardcore party scene?

Selena:)

Onine
06-27-07, 08:27 AM
Really? The media promote the idea that Ms. Hilton has many supporters and fans.
She doesnt need fans so long as people keep believing she has fans.


I think people are smarter than they are given credit for. I just think theyre all too quiet.

QueensU_girl
06-27-07, 11:55 AM
I think she is probably (or has been) too trusting and naive VS. 'dumb'. e.g. making a porn video with her creepy boyfriend?

That *was* sort of pathetic. (Most females can probably predict that a porn video, in our sexist society, is only going to cause them grief in the future, no matter what some convincing psychopathic boyfriend, like Rick Solomon, says. *ack!*)

FrazzleDazzle
06-27-07, 04:24 PM
Well, she does have "fans" that are supporting her,but I have not heard any of them coming out of the woodwork to actually do that. She told Barbara Walters that she doesn't want to "act dumb" anymore because of the young girls who look up to her. GAH! One, if she thinks that young girls look up to her, she's in trouble. Two, if we do have young girls out there somewhere looking up to her, there's a lot more trouble. What a waste. She has the power and the glory to do something truly amazing for this world, like Princess Diana did, I hope she truly becomes that icon she thinks she is, after all of this.

One other good thing, I did not see daddy mentioned anywhere, that he was going to or even wanting to rescue her. Kodus to those parents if that is true!

ben72227
06-27-07, 06:01 PM
Really wealthy people don't need to worry about "legal" like we do; unless, of course, some judge wants to make an example of them. Does Adderall make people high?Not from what I can tell. People that want to get high from a stimulant take a REAL stimulant - Cocaine:D:p. Not some 'extended release' stuff like Adderall:p. You need that instant release - and by instant I mean it needs to go to work fast - no swallowing to digest it or anything like you - you snort that stuff up your nose for fast acting 'relief':eyebrow::eek:.

The only famous person I know who ever took amphetamines for a 'boost' was Hitler - he took them back in the day so he could give those intense speeches he would deliver. And hell, I don't even think he took regular amphetamines like Adderall - I THINK he took methamphetamines and he was a major addict.

Of course, there are also Methylenedioxymethamphetamines (MDMA, aka ecstasy in the USA). Those will give a good buzz, and will also eat holes in your brain (or so 'they' say:rolleyes: )

But nowadays people really don't abuse amphetamines that much anymore - before Adderall was on the market there was Biphetamine and Preludin - both of which were EXTREMELY easy to become addicted to and they were pulled from the market years ago and then after they were gone, the amphetamine abusers switched over the methamphetamines. The only people now that really 'abuse' amphetamines are college students who think Adderall is the 'wonder pill' when it comes to taking tests:rolleyes:

But back to the point - Paris Hilton wouldn't take Adderall:p She's a multimillionaire - she'd probably take a real drug if she wanted to get high.

Crazygirl79
06-27-07, 06:26 PM
I agree 100%

Selena:)

I think she is probably (or has been) too trusting and naive VS. 'dumb'. e.g. making a porn video with her creepy boyfriend?

That *was* sort of pathetic. (Most females can probably predict that a porn video, in our sexist society, is only going to cause them grief in the future, no matter what some convincing psychopathic boyfriend, like Rick Solomon, says. *ack!*)

QueensU_girl
06-27-07, 08:35 PM
Famous People on Amphetamines:


JFK & Jackie O. (among other celebrities) used to get injected with Speed. (Or "vitamin B-12 shots" as they used to call it. I don't know if they knew their Dr. Feelgood was giving them a controlled drug.)
Then again JFK also had Addison's Disease.

Addison's disease is an adrenal hormone problem, which can cause a lot of health problems. So I'm sure despite his "healthy looking tan" (a side effect of the disorder; ACTH is too high), he was probably tired a lot -- and might have needed some help from Amphetamines.)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Addison's_disease

I think it is the opposite of Cushing's Disease, if you know what that is.

-------


Truman Capote was another amphetamine user, IIRC. Lots of people from the 1960s used to use it.

FightingBoredom
06-27-07, 10:13 PM
Can someone PLEASE close this thread?

I vote to ban any discussion about STUPID famous people.

If they can't figure out how to deal with life responsibly with all of their money then they are just plain STUPID.

There are many people, some on this forum, who are not wealthy or famous who manage to avoid doing major STUPID things repeatedly.

It just irritates the crap out of me that we even devote ANY time to these dolts!

Imnapl
06-27-07, 10:19 PM
There are many people, some on this forum, who are not wealthy or famous who manage to avoid doing major STUPID things repeatedly.. . . and some of them even have ADHD! :cool:

Edward
06-27-07, 10:51 PM
Once I heard she had adhd, I decided:
I <3 paris !

FightingBoredom
06-27-07, 10:54 PM
. . . and some of them even have ADHD! :cool:

EXACTLY! ;)

Revz
06-27-07, 11:12 PM
Once I heard she had adhd, I decided:
I <3 paris !

yay!!!!

addusin
06-28-07, 09:19 AM
Isnt it funny when ever a celeb gets into trouble all of a sudden they have adhd

I have a different opinion and I'll probably get flamed for this so I'll duck for cover....

I think the reason that each time a celeb gets in trouble, they say they have ADD is because they've been hiding it and this is their last ditch attempt to explain away their otherwise inexcusable behavior. They know that they have to keep it a secret for as long as they can because any disorder that manifests itself with bad behavior has an unbearable social stigma.

Personally, I was furious when she told national TV that she has A.D.D. (did anyone else notice that Larry kept pronouncing it as A.D.T.?) I had a feeling that her "undisclosed" disorder was ADD or some other "politically incorrect" neurological disorder. Notice how during her entire interview with Larry, she didn't mention one single postive aspect about her life that has been enhanced by A.D.D.--just the negative! It's probably because she knows that society is so disgusted with the rest of her actions, and how as a celebrity, she should set a better example, and that they are definitely not going to accept what they think is the latest fad cooked up by expensive psychiatrists to excuse laziness and bad behavior.

I hope that all the the A.D.D. schoolgirls who are struggling with making friends, with daydreaming, with bullies, are not going to be associated with a young woman that is so easy to hate. And I hope that her teachers (who are already upset that they have to give these girls accomodations) are not going to look at them in an even more negative light.

I've learned over the years that telling someone else about my ADD will NOT garner one single iota of understanding--only further resentment. Now I know that if I ever have to, the first thing they are going to associate the disorder with, is "that skanky no talent drunk driving porno rich (bad word that rhymes with rich)". Niiiiiiice. Thanks a lot Paris!

What I'm trying to say is that because Paris only mentioned the negative part of her A.D.D. after she spent years behaving very inapropriatly, she might have really screwed it up for the rest of us who have A.D.D. and are trying bear the social stigma while trying to eke out a life.

Imnapl
06-28-07, 01:40 PM
I watched the Larry King interview with Paris Hilton and very little was said about ADD[sic](the accepted term is ADHD and has been for a long time). Larry King asked about the ADHD and Ms. Hilton had very little to say about it. She said she had had it since she was a child - twelve years old. I don't know if she meant she was diagnosed at twelve or developed ADHD at twelve. She also stated she has never been drunk or taken drugs.

The discussion after the interview drew the conclusion that the medical reason Ms. Hilton was allowed to go home after a few days in cells was claustrophobia, not ADHD, and she is now cured.

I tend to agree with the summation of the discussion panel. Paris Hilton is a twenty-six year old high school drop out who has created a very successful business doing the only thing she does well. She has been a professional model since childhood and is at home on the red carpet. Apparently, some clubs are willing to pay large sums of money to Ms. Hilton just for making an appearance at their club. Now that she is getting so much media attention, her fee will undoubtedly increase.

Revz
06-28-07, 02:29 PM
i also watched the interview and i was just in shock and amazment that she had ADD when she said she had it my jaw droped!!

you could even tell during certain moments in the show she had ADD it was fanatastic just the way she lives her life is sort of an inspiration in my opinion and the interview really showed her for how she really is not the mass medias blown up version of shes a drunk ***** when in fact shes never gotten drunk in her life and i relate to this she said doesnt like to drink it doesnt hit her the same way it does with others which is prob because of the ADD or the ADD n meds or some combo but i feel the same way about alcohol

however as big as this could be to spread a positive message about ADD to the world when she started to list organastions and people she wanted to help now that she is reformed she listed like 2 and then larry king cut her off so idk if she is thinking about ADD at all but she may be althou she did seem very... not interested? i guess? in ADD she said she did have it and shes had it sence she was a kid and been taking meds for it ever sence she was a kid... nothing else... its was very interesting I CAN NOT WAIT to see what she does next

SB_UK
06-28-07, 05:30 PM
is she as famous as Weird Al Jankovic?

Imnapl
06-28-07, 06:26 PM
is she as famous as Weird Al Jankovic?LOL!! I'll wager that Weird Al Jankovic will still be going strong long after Ms. Hilton grows up, settles down and fades away into domestic bliss.

Imnapl
06-28-07, 06:32 PM
when in fact shes never gotten drunk in her lifeHow does one manage to get a DUI without drinking or taking drugs? It couldn't be the fault of the ADHD meds because the drug profile clearly states that booze and ADHD meds don't mix for the very reason you have mentioned - it increases the effect of the meds.

addusin
06-29-07, 07:14 AM
How does one manage to get a DUI without drinking or taking drugs? It couldn't be the fault of the ADHD meds because the drug profile clearly states that booze and ADHD meds don't mix for the very reason you have mentioned - it increases the effect of the meds.
On the LKL interview I think she said that she had one drink and something about her being a lightweight (?). This isn't the first time a fameous actress got a DUI after having one drink. After coming home from a barbeque at a friend's house Actress Tracy Gold was arrested in September 2004 on a DUI charge after she lost control of her SUV. She said that she was the Designated Driver for her husband and only remembers having one glass of wine. Her family/friends were utterly shocked that it was HER that was arrested on DUI and not her husband.

Now with that said, Paris seemes to be under the influence of SOMETHING during this party: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=762538987489616608&q=paris+hilton+******&total=30&start=0&num=10&so=0&type=search&plindex=0

addusin
06-29-07, 08:22 AM
My point is that, regardless of how much was said about her ADD, what was said was just negative. The only people who seem to know about the postitive aspects of Attention Deficit Disorder are those who have the diagnosis, those who have relatives with the diagnosis and those who are involved in the treatment of it. I can only remember one other celebrity (ex football player?) who had it, but he also had alcoholism and a bunch of other disorders that carry a negative social stigma--IMO he didn't do the ADD community any favors by admitting that he had it. Just once I would like to hear about a well-respected, widly-recognized, public figure to admit that s/he has ADD and to show how it has enhanced his/her life without destroying it. So far, the only public figures the ADD community has is people that died a long time ago and who have never been formally diagnosed. Plus, they've also been post-humously diagnosed with everything other disorder that carries a social stigma. This is unscientific and I don't believe does the ADD community any favors either.

I don't know about the discussion after the interview as I fell asleep, but if they did conclude that her mystery medical condition was claustrophobia and didn't mention the ADD, then maybe that's all anyone else who has the power to change an ADD person's life will remember too. I hope.

She has been a professional model since childhood and is at home on the red carpet.By her own admission in the interview she said she was modeling at age sixteen.

Also, althought I agree that "the accepted term is ADHD and has been for a long time", I agree that it has only been accepted in the medical/public educational community. It is still generally known just as ADD in the mass and newsmedia (unless someone is doing a feature story on some child's life with the disorder). Larry seemed to know exactly what disorder Paris was referring to.

casper
06-29-07, 08:22 PM
Does anyone have the link to the interview? I would love to watch it.

QueensU_girl
06-29-07, 08:53 PM
There is a link on CNN. It's a bit of yawner. She doesn't mention any plans much.

I can't believe noone worked with her, on what to talk about, beforehand.

QueensU_girl
06-29-07, 08:58 PM
http://edition.cnn.com/2007/SHOWBIZ/TV/06/27/king.hilton.transcript/index.html

FightingBoredom
06-29-07, 09:15 PM
is she as famous as Weird Al Jankovic?

Weird Al probably isn't as famous because he is funnier, 10 times smarter, and better looking than Paris Hilton--and hasn't done anything completely moronic--and been caught at least.

PH is more famous because she is a STUPID media HOund.

Did I mention she is STUPID?






(PS: Yes, there are a lot of stupid, successful, rich people. Rich isn't a cure for STUPID. )

Imnapl
06-30-07, 05:53 AM
By her own admission in the interview she said she was modeling at age sixteen.I stand corrected, but it wasn't what Ms. Hilton said, it was discussed with a video clip of her father.

addusin
07-01-07, 12:14 PM
Weird Al probably isn't as famous because he is funnier, 10 times smarter, and better looking than Paris Hilton--and hasn't done anything completely moronic--and been caught at least.

PH is more famous because she is a STUPID media HOund.

Did I mention she is STUPID?

(PS: Yes, there are a lot of stupid, successful, rich people. Rich isn't a cure for STUPID. ) Wow! I hope you are as concerned about your level of hate, than you are about other people's finances or intelligence (eek!)

Oh, and sorry, but there may be some people who, once they got rich started to do stupid things, but in general you need to be pretty intelligent/attractive to become rich. And if you think Weird Al Yankovic is better looking than Paris Hilton, then I guess you are totally shocked that he hasn't done any modelling...

addusin
07-01-07, 12:23 PM
Well I heard that she had AD/HD years before this whole drink driving thing came along.
unfortunately i have to say that i fear it might make people skeptical about ADD since she is right now pretty unviersally reviled...Like they're not already?

addusin
07-01-07, 12:43 PM
Paris Hilton is a twenty-six year old high school drop out who has created a very successful business doing the only thing she does well. She has been a professional model since childhood and is at home on the red carpet. Apparently, some clubs are willing to pay large sums of money to Ms. Hilton just for making an appearance at their club. Now that she is getting so much media attention, her fee will undoubtedly increase.
Oh come on! If she wasn't wealthy with a fameous family name, she would NOT have had the opportunities to create a very successful business at such a young age. She have to go to agency after agency, go through one photo shoot after another, before she was signed up as a model. The reason why she's "at home on the red carpet" is probably because her parent's home and family name was fameous before she was.

Imnapl
07-02-07, 04:58 AM
addusin, Ms. Hilton appreciates fans like you. I have discovered that Paris Hilton did model at a young age for charity events. Being comfortable on the "red carpet" has nothing to do with wealth or social standing; it's about poise, confidence, grooming and practice with the right coach. Good point about having a famous family certainly gets your foot in the door. Did Ms. Hilton's career take off before or after the sex video?

jealibeanz
07-03-07, 07:13 AM
Here's my take on the whole "Paris issue"...


She's just a girl (OK, a woman, but remember many people with ADHD struggle to mature at the same rate as their peers). She's got psych problems just like the rest of us here. She makes mistakes. We all make mistakes too, right? Over and over again. Same with her. She just happened to do it in front of the media.

IMO, she's kinda innocent. She doesn't always seem to understand actions and consequences. I don't care that she made sex tapes. That doesn't make her "un-innocent", or "dirty", or "unclassy". Look at the elementary school kids having sex now. They are still innocent in my book. A lot of adults make private sex tapes. Paris's got leaked to the public. That's probably just another one of her mistakes involving poor judgement and incite.

It's likely that she has ADHD. It would explain some of her behaviors and reasoning... who knows... but I don't think she went out of her way to make up a disorder to publicize. She was asked on the spot about taking medication. She answered and said she takes ADD meds.

A lot of people probably are thinking that she would have seen all the drug, alcohol, and psych questions coming... but maybe she didn't. Maybe she had a different agenda and thought she'd have more control of the interview.

When she was asked about psych meds she talked about ADD because that's sorta "PC" now. I bet she takes other meds too. She did say she has anxiety and panic. Who knows what she may be taking, but it wouldn't be as publicly accepted as Ritalin or Adderall or whatever she takes.

Haha, yeah, she probably lied about using illicit drugs and alcohol. Oh well. She didn't want to talk about those bad habits. We all have bad habits. Even when we're talking to others about problems, we don't choose to disclose everything.

casper
07-03-07, 12:00 PM
Well said Jealibeanz! I could not agree with u more!

Swede63
07-03-07, 12:08 PM
Her picture on the cover of people this week is interesting. She's looking very demure and dressed pretty conservativley for her. She apears humbled, maybe so or is it all just for show? No doubt this has been some what of a life changing event for her.

Imnapl
07-03-07, 02:14 PM
Look at the elementary school kids having sex now.Look at their role models? Look at the current media that influence these children. Scantily dressed moms come into schools to confront administrators for sending their daughters home for dress code violations. I just heard that there is a phrase being used in the business world: more skin, less power. Life's an onion.

Imnapl
07-03-07, 02:18 PM
Haha, yeah, she probably lied about using illicit drugs and alcohol. Oh well. She didn't want to talk about those bad habits. We all have bad habits. Even when we're talking to others about problems, we don't choose to disclose everything.It was surprising that Ms. Hilton's advisors neglected to prep her for the interview. Good advisors will prepare their clients and some even give a list of will-not-discuss topics to the host before the live interview. Tom Cruise fired his publicist, didn't he?

jealibeanz
07-03-07, 05:40 PM
Her picture on the cover of people this week is interesting. She's looking very demure and dressed pretty conservativley for her. She apears humbled, maybe so or is it all just for show? No doubt this has been some what of a life changing event for her.

Well, she hasn't alllways dressed non-stop in revealing clothing in the past. Actually, when she dresses up, she tends to look quite classy. She does have good style.

I remember hearing Barbara Walters talk about Paris several time on The View. She said how polite and well-spoken Paris is.

I don't really think Paris is putting on a huge act. She very well could be a nice and caring person. One would think that she's humbled after this ordeal she's been dragged through (And yes, I do think she was targeted and treated unfairly. I feel badly for her, especially knowing about her major anxiety and whatnot. It's gotta be rough. She is human.)

Of course she's caused a lot of negative attention for herself in the last few years. However, most of the things she says and does are quite similar to many college aged women in this country. Some people like to party and act sexy and wild. She's doing this while being photographed and taped.

She has made a career for herself. She's got numerous projects and isn't living solely off of her father. It's a hard business. How many of us could even dream of having her successes? I sure can't. She really is successful in several aspects for a 26 year old. Most people her age are working at their first out of college job and still not knowing what they want to do or how to pay off loans.

She probably is involved in charitable organizations. I don't know this for sure, but most people with that much money do give a little back. Maybe she does and maybe she doesn't. But if she does, it's more than I do.

I'm not a huge fan of hers, nor am I a hater. I don't really see her as much of a "celebrity", just a person who's had her life taped.

addusin
07-08-07, 07:14 AM
addusin, Ms. Hilton appreciates fans like you. I have discovered that Paris Hilton did model at a young age for charity events. Being comfortable on the "red carpet" has nothing to do with wealth or social standing; it's about poise, confidence, grooming and practice with the right coach. Good point about having a famous family certainly gets your foot in the door. Did Ms. Hilton's career take off before or after the sex video?

Thank you.
I haven't closely followed Paris's career, but I remember hearing about her since the "release" of her homemade pornographic video.
I knew that she did charity modeling in her youth (not sure what age that is), but I didn't consider it as part of her professional modeling career because, charity is unpaid.

Also, how do you know what kind of fans Paris Hilton appreaciates? And out of curiosity, what kind of fan am I? :D

-aD

Imnapl
07-08-07, 01:05 PM
I knew that she did charity modeling in her youth (not sure what age that is), but I didn't consider it as part of her professional modeling career because, charity is unpaid.;)So is school, most of the time. ;) My daughter received high school credits for music lessons she started at eight years old and now gets paid to teach.

Re: supportive fans: fans of celebrities are often very loyal.

addusin
07-08-07, 02:54 PM
;)So is school, most of the time. ;) My daughter received high school credits for music lessons she started at eight years old and now gets paid to teach.

Your daughter has been teaching music to other students since she was eight years old? Wonderful!

With that said, school credits are a part of education, not a part of professional experience. Now, if she had a paying job to teach music since she was eight, that would definitely be considered part of her professional career.

Guest1
07-08-07, 07:17 PM
just another excusse for that blonde i dis like her:mad:

Vhan
07-09-07, 12:20 PM
Ok, this is just a question...so here it goes...

Take yourself, with all of your ADD problems, and little quirks, now put yourself in paris hiltons body, and all the fame that goes with it....

I can understand how this girl is in such a bind....but it still aggravates me...this whole situwation...