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Angelia Gordon

Miami, FL, United States

Member since April 30, 2013

  • Every person has, at some time in their lives fantasized about becoming a celebrity. However, in order to do this, one is normally required to have been blessed with the ability to either act, sing or dance so as to make it onto any form of world stage. Nowadays there is another possibility to achieve this goal and that is to be on a reality show.

    There are literally hundreds of realistic shows being aired on TV every day around the world. Critics try to diminish the peoples' interest in these forms of entertainment by claims that it is sensationalism that exploits ordinary people and the way they live. But truthfully, they are well-liked because the public can relate to it and a common bond is formed between the viewers and participants.

    Unfortunately a few of these programs are on the wrong side morally but once again this does not result in them not having any followers. What keeps most viewers glued to their screen in these cases are the fact that they can live vicariously through these "stars" and often form a love-hate relationship with them. One common aspect that can be found in many of these TV shows is the competitive nature of man kind.

    Basically the stratagem is that almost all of these TV programs pleas are the decisions between good or bad, revenge and forgiveness and sometimes the victorious rise of an "underdog", these are issues most people find themselves wrestling with on a daily basis. Fans often have the same opinion as the general ...

My Interests

  • Industrial Design
  • Environmental Design
  • Communication Design
  • Fashion Design
  • Audio/Visual Design