KATE WINSLET FEELS SORRY FOR YOUNG STARS

Hollywood superstar Kate Winslet is relieved she found fame in the 1990s, because young actresses today face more intense media attention now, than she ever did. The actress shot to worldwide stardom alongside Leonardo DiCaprio in 1997's "Titanic". Kate pities those just starting out in Hollywood, because she's convinced they face even more judgment about their looks and their personal lives. She tells Marie Claire magazine, "It's really, really tough. It's like, 'She's fat, she's thin, she's married, she's divorced.' I had all that and bouncing back is [bleeping] hard. "I'm really, really happy I'm not a younger actor or actress working now because they have to run before they can walk."
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Anonymous said…
I feel sorry for dumb ones.

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