This essay will argue that celebrities do not have a right to privacy because they receive a lot of benefits because of their fame and with this they can influence the public. Body Paragraph 1TopicSentence:Firstly, celebrities choose to be famous so paparazzi and photos are part of the life they chose. They could have been plumbers or teachers but they made a choice to live a public life.
The press should not have to play by celebrities’ rules: to report their successes but not their failures, to allow them publicity when they crave it but privacy when they demand it. Public figures should not expect the same right to privacy as private individuals. For what then would a free press be, but a celebrity PR machine? Alexander Halban.