Most people view celebrities lives as perfect and idealist, the glitz, glamour, money and lavish lifestyle; but is it all worth it with temporary love?
Many say the key to happiness is money- but what happens when you have all the money in the world but it can't find lasting love? Vacation homes in Malibu & the Hamptons, a yacht in your backyard and divorce papers on your kitchen table; the reality currently for Christina Aguliar and her husband Jordan Bratman as well as Courtney Cox and her husband David Arquette.
In the life of the rich and famous, everyone caters to their every needs, they have achieved more in their 28-45 years of life then most people ever will in a lifetime.
Hollywood creates an image of awe and desire for those of us who are on the outside; for those on the inside it creates a vicious cycle of weight and image battles, power struggles, drug and alcohol problems and life of disposability.
Is happy ever after possible with two celebrities or is it unrealistic to think that to people can really have money, fame and happiness to make a marriage work especially when big ego's are involved?
Maybe a life out of the limelight and with significantly smaller bank accounts might be the better option as long as you have love because I mean what good is all the money when you're alone and don't have anyone to share your life or your lavish lifestyle with... even worse continually question do they love you for you or do they love you for your money and what you can do for them.