The Dana Pretzer Show – Wednesday, March 14th, 9 PM ET – Special Guests Dwight Hicks, Izabella St James, Pamela Bach Hassellhoff, and Tim Miller
Listen to an eventful Dana Pretzer Show on the Scared Monkeys Radio Network.
Dwight Hicks – NFL Star , Actor and Motivational Speaker.
Izabella St James. – Playboy Playmate, author and actress.
Pamela Bach Hasselhoff – Actress and Singer
Tim Miller- Texas Equsearch
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Posted March 14, 2007 by Scared Monkeys
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There’s so much bad press about young singers, actors, athletes and other celebs, but it was great to hear from some who have survived the fame and fortune without crashing and burning. Many do and I wish we’d hear more from them so what we see in the news doesn’t become the standard that young people think is the norm. I’m not even sure what the appeal is for news about the self-destructive behavior of celebs. Fox News says their ratings went up 50% when they covered Anna Nicole Smith’s death. Pictures of Brittany Blurred were popping up regularly on the cable stations for awhile. Paris behaving badly makes headlines and she doesn’t even do anything like sing, act or play a sport. I don’t understand the fascination, but it says something about society that people love to watch the downfall of the young, beautiful, rich and famous. Why not show some interest in the good things that some of them do? I didn’t see stories repeatedly played of the NBA players who raised money for Katrina victims and went to the Astrodome to meet and play with the kids. I know that the news can’t all be fluff and feel-good, but there should be some balance.
Thank you, Dana, for having some articulate, intelligent and accomplished guests shed some light on the difficulties faced by these people.
Had another thought. I’ve heard some NBA players being interviewed and thought that they must have be given some pointers or taken classes on dealing with the press. They were all saying the right things in a similar way. The NFL, NBA, the tennis associations, and other sports organizations can and should offer some guidance to the players on money, media and the many pitfalls of sudden fame and wealth. I don’t see how this could be done in other entertainment fields, but it certainly is feasible in many sports.