Human nature is inquisitive. They like to read celebrity news and gossip. They are interested in reading news behind the news. The vast majority of people like to learn about the personal lives of their favorite celebrities. They want to know your family circles, love affairs, and other pleasant news about marriages, divorces, and current relationships with their spouses.
To feed them well with delicious news, many magazines and websites include these stories. A significant number of them have their dedicated sections to entertain people with these writings. These magazines and websites delve into the lifestyles and personal lives of the latest calendar stars. They look for deep and dark secrets, hidden stories, trashy details, and some juicy bits about themselves and their loved ones. Most of these stories talk about personal affairs and hidden affairs of celebrities in the most interesting ways. As a consequence, they receive a large number of loyal audiences around the world. This helps them increase their TRPs and web traffic. Many of them have increased in popularity in remarkable ways.
As celebrity news emerges with more interesting facets, it sometimes becomes dubious. Sometimes it incorporates distortions and misinterpretations of original outputs. Instead of spreading legitimate, well-researched news, include eye-catching headlines and nice news to increase TRPs and web traffic. It goes against the ethics of journalism. That is why press councils don’t like to take celebrity gossip as news. Now celebrity news is posted on ‘Page 3’. The term ‘Page 3’ has appeared on the scene to respect celebrity gossip. Readers interested in reading these stories can go directly to this section to get their interesting stories. Some professional journalists like to call this practice “yellow journalism.” The vast majority of gossip magazines and tabloids receive this gossip from dubious sources. Reporters involved in celebrity news coverage like to sensationalize a story. They like to represent it in an exaggerated way.
To be honest and very frank, there are some gossip that have no moral values. These are written based on hearsay, gossip, and word of mouth. Celebrity gossip tends to fabricate and distort the facts. Readers like to read them, as they enjoy them. They are not interested in walking the path of justification. They don’t want to weigh it and consider it. They don’t want to delve into it. They read it for sheer pleasures. The pale understanding of these stories makes them happy.