This is why I have such a hard time respecting most

@ersmommy1 (12605)
United States
July 4, 2008 10:46am CST
celebs. Susan Olsen, the 46-year-old who once played the youngest of the "Brady Bunch," nearly vomited in the studio of an oldies radio station in Colorado Springs this morning. Olsen blamed Fonseca for her condition. "Chris got me so wasted last night, and I'm so ready to vomit on the microphone," she said... Olsen ended the brief interview by telling deejay Darren McKee, "I'm going to go throw up now." A real classy act. Is anyone in show biz really worth looking up to? She did this in front of her 12 yr old son as well. Nice example to set huh? http://therulesofstupid.blogspot.com/2008/07/marsha-marsha-marsha-doesnt-vomit-on.html
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4 Jul 08
Any of the ones you do not hear about. They are pretty much all OK. So you have to divide the celeb world in half. The self promoting ones. The rest. The rest you likely can respect, if you choose to. Personally I just feel sorry for the whole damn bunch of them - Celebrity would be a curse to me.
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@mtdewgurl74 (18124)
• United States
7 Jul 08
The one that played Cindy? she was so cute and innocent looking on that show. Life changes people sometimes not for the good in her case. I seen the one that played Marsha on Celebrity Fit club. But it is never good to see a celebrity do things like talking about being wasted and vomiting in front of children no matter what their age. It is also not good for her image if she is going to try to get any new roles to play on television.
@ElaanR2 (277)
• United States
4 Jul 08
The reason why you know this happened is because Miss Olsen is in a place where you can know many of the things that happen in her life. For the majority of us human beings, no one cares what we do so if anyone goes to a big party and gets drunk, he or she can go home and call in sick for work with no press coverage issues. However, if Miss Olsen had called in sick to the interviewer, you would have heard a far more negative rumor as a reason why she couldn't make the interview. Celebrities are not good role models. No human being really is. Yet, in judging celebrities, we must understand that they are just human beings who, for a few dollars, have to sacrifice their privacy to a gossip-loving and judgmental public whose private lives are no better than theirs.