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Immoral celebs; LETTERS.

THE conceit of some celebrities is mind-blowing. They fancy themselves so much they not only play characters who indulge in bed-hopping in front of the cameras, but also adopt an immoral lifestyle in real life.

They brag about how many partners they've slept with as if it's some admirable achievement, not giving a thought to the messages they send out.

Some of these celebs have children. If they have no respect for themselves, perhaps they could spare a thought for them. Or do they think that because they have plenty of money to spend on their every whim, setting a good example doesn't matter? One young actor says he intends to sleep with more than 1,000 women, and many of the soaps have storylines depicting characters jumping in and out of love, and other people's beds.

Well, it might come as a shock but many people uphold their marriage vows and don't indulge themselves in moral laxity. The soaps aren't about ordinary people, they're about spoilt, overpaid and over-indulged puppets.

BARBARA DUNN, Moseley
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Title Annotation:Letters
Publication:Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England)
Date:Jun 3, 2012
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