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Picture this scenario: You're in line at the grocery store

by:Fuqian     2020-07-14
If you want to pump a little celebrity spice into your daily life, here's a few key characteristics you can adopt to earn your way onto the cover of your favorite sleazy tabloid: 1. Wear big sunglasses. This is a tricky element to master: the art of being disguised while trying to get recognized. If you really want to commit to the look, be sure to include a hat with the discreet ensemble. In the case of the sunglasses, bigger is always better. The point is to cover up the majority of your face, right? If you take your cues from some celebrities, you'll continue to don your disguising gear in inappropriate places (e.g. indoors), therefore drawing MORE attention to yourself and ensuring an encounter or two with the paparazzi. 2. Make bold fashion statements. Sometimes you'll want to go undercover with the sunglasses and hat, but when the moment comes to hit the red carpet or step into the spotlight, it's all about going big or going home. You don't need to go as far as creating a dress out of meat or planning for an 'accidental' wardrobe malfunction, but you do need to push the envelope a bit. Pick something crazy, make it unique and wear it with your chin up. You might get reamed and you might get praised; it's hard to tell when you make a risky move. Either way, the people will be talking. 3. Do something scandalous. This is an absolute must if you're hell-bent on making the cover pages -- you need to get a little bit loco. A sordid affair? A derogatory statement about another celebrity? Traipsing about in a bikini with a co-star from a recent film? These are all surefire recipes for spotlight success. If you really want to be modern about it, be sure to add an errant, offensive tweet to your To Do list. Come up with something ridiculous to say and it'll explode around the Internet in mere seconds. Bam! You're famous. 4. Name your kid after an inanimate object. Using your children to get attention is a tried-and-true trick for many celebrities. It isn't recommended that you follow in the steps of a certain famous singer and dangle a baby over a balcony, but choosing an absurd name is an appropriate and safe method. Your children's feelings on it might vary, but they won't have a say in that for a few years down the road, so go crazy! Naming after fruit is one avenue you might consider (Apple, daughter of Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin), or there's always places (Egypt, son of Alicia Keys) or numbers (Harper Seven, daughter of David and Victoria Beckham) or even musical instruments (Banjo, son of Rachel Griffiths). Go crazy and get noticed! Start following any or all of the above suggestions and you're sure to garner some attention. Just be careful -- if you start dropping too many G's on a fancy car and designer threads, the only extra attention you might end up with will be in the midst of the bankruptcy process. Then again, it might provide the fuel for the perfect headlining scandal.
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