#1
You ever seen the cover of this thing at Albertsons? The bigger scandals, gossips, confessions, etc., almost always reach major TV networks.
Does anyone really care about the personal lives of these people?

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#2
Obviously there's a market for it. Maybe you should ask "why?" instead of "who?". People are interested in gossip for whatever reasons, even though if they know that 99% of what's printed in the papers is complete bull.
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#3
Quote by Kensai
Obviously there's a market for it. Maybe you should ask "why?" instead of "who?". People are interested in gossip for whatever reasons, even though if they know that 99% of what's printed in the papers is complete bull.



something about how primates watch those "successful" members of the group in order to learn from them.
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#4
Here's a literature reference that'll answer your question:
People are stupid. They will believe what they want even if they know it's a complete lie

Honestly, I look at the covers for a laugh and then walk away.
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