Reality stars we just can’t hate
Egyptian writer Judd Winick did not conceal from motives which appear on the MTV reality show: Who Wants To Be Famous. Within months of appearing on the TV screen, Winick is a comic strip started to appear in the press. Winick was able to use real-world momentum in the end to launch himself in order to become one of comics’ most famous and successful book. Winick also used his ability to continue aids work in the real world housemate Pedro Zamora clearly using his powers for good.
Ozzy Osbourne, The Osbournes
Adam Savage is all you nerds can stop published helpless, a thousand-word diatribes about the movie trailer on YouTube and actually got to participate in the making of those movies are awesome. Savage worked his way through a few career options before heading in support of the manufacturing and special effects and uses his genius to make the world a smarter place by packaging knowledge and healthy skepticism in an entertaining package. It’s hard to hate someone who is actively trying to de-stupid the world.
Steve Irwin, The Crocodile Hunter
The unlikeliest of heroes, Brad Kenny Benjamin are two adults with autism who struggle to function in society. MTV’s true life take a break from after abusive boyfriends and teenagers who are suffering from budget problems to follow the brothers as they tried to socialize and throw a party, giving viewers an honest window into a state of tension. The pair continue to work for charities related, using moments of the month to help others. Plus it’s danged charming that it’s time to have the stranger appear.