How much does fame cost? (Case of a new Idol)

My sister and her friend was in Bandung for business, and happened to stay at the same hotel with the Indonesian Idols. A few chat with Delon and Michael, and she already judged that the cute Indonesian Idol runner-up is a snob. Apparently he wasn't very chummy, and - worse is - he didn't put an effort to look like he was.

Perhaps she was right. Delon wasn't really prepared for his instant fame and he lost his charm and innocence that attracted people (mostly females) at the first place. He became a jerk.

Or perhaps Delon was just being a quiet, calm person he had always been (given that he's like that).

Either one, Delon must learn to adjust himself with popularity. Being a public figure nonetheless means you will lose your privacy, and -to certain extent- yourself. Many famous persons claim that they retain their personality. Bullshit. If you're naturally stubborn, messy, jerky, etc., you would have to be kindest person in the world to your fans, especially when you are just about to be famous. Wait for a while to ensure that you have your place in the Indonesian celebrity community, and you can screw everyone :)

2 comments:

maudy said...

heuleuh heuleuh si eneng. ganti2 template trus :) how are you mbak ellen!!! udah di DC kah? post some pics here yaaaaa...asikkk...take care!!

Diana said...

"Wait for a while to ensure that you have your place in the Indonesian celebrity community, and you can screw everyone" Wow I love those words!