As we all know, the word “influence” has become a hot button issue with celebrities and their audiences.
But do they really have that much sway over our conversations?
We asked a few experts to answer some of our questions on this topic, and the answers have been fascinating.
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Here are our favorite tweets about celebrity influence that are now trending on Twitter:The question is, is celebrity influence actually a thing?
Let’s start with the simple fact that celebrity influence does not exist in the real world.
But there is a more fundamental issue at play: Who is doing the talking?
The first and most obvious question is who is speaking?
The answer is a very broad one.
We all know who’s in the room.
We know that the President is in the chair.
We can all see what’s happening with the rest of the people around the table.
But what’s being said by the person in the spotlight?
We might not see it, but we’ll likely know that someone has been listening to what they’re saying.
The second thing to understand about celebrity influencing is that it’s not a phenomenon that occurs on a large scale.
For example, it’s been said that the New York Yankees have the most influence in the world, but that doesn’t mean that the players are speaking.
In fact, the majority of their fans and media are not fans of the Yankees.
It’s a group of people who are more focused on the sport than the athletes, and who might be more influenced by the sports teams themselves.
It’s important to remember that celebrity and sports aren’t synonymous.
Sports are more about entertainment than about business, and celebrities aren’t exactly the highest-paid athletes.
But we do have an interest in the sport.
We’re not just talking about the millions of dollars that are being spent on players and teams these days.
We’re also talking about all the money that celebrities are making off their work, from endorsements and the like to endorsements, travel, and other perks.
And it’s easy to forget that it is these athletes themselves who are ultimately responsible for getting the most attention in the first place.
The fact that people think that celebrity is the reason that they’re talking to you, or that it influences their choices of what they say, is simply ridiculous.
Celebrities, celebrities, celebrities.
I’ve already written about how the fact that we don’t have to pay a star to be a part of our conversation is a huge plus for us.