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What's Your Paparazzi Profile?

Do you love the attention... or love to hate it? Or hate to love it? Or just hate it. Take the quiz.

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  • The idea of having to throw a secret, surprise wedding to throw the media off the trail is:

    • weird... why would I want to throw the media off the trail? Do you have any idea how much free stuff we could get?
    • a nightmare... but if for some reason, that's what's necessary to keep our wedding private, that's what we'll do.
    • perfect... You get to have a nice quiet event, but then you make SO much more money off the pictures because everyone is dying to see!
    • such a pain the butt. We'd probably just end up going to city hall and hide our faces on the way in.
  • You've got a new bf/gf and no one seems to really notice. You:

    • feel relieved.
    • try not to care, but kind of wonder why no one notices. And maybe post some pics and/or drop the bf/gf word into conversation more.
    • take many many many pictures of us together and post them throughout the day on facebook, so that we are consistently showing up in people's newsfeeds. Also, PDA. I cannot stress it enough.
    • feel glad. It's my life, so butt out. And yet, I'd still walk up to my bf/gf's locker and french them lengthily in front of everyone. Again, it's my life.
  • Your control over your emotional outbursts is:

    • Non-existent.
    • Carefully timed and planned. I only outburst when I want to outburst.
    • I don't know. Good... I guess... but also bad.
    • Rock solid. I rarely have outbursts at all, and definitely only in private.
  • Let's say you get a particularly bold new haircut. It looks majorly different. Everyone has something to say about it, and often to your face. How do you feel about all the attention?

    • Stoked
    • Annoyed
    • Stoked, but that makes me feel conceited, so I pretend to be annoyed.
    • STOP STARING AT ME!
  • Who's your favorite tabloid personality?

    • John Mayer
    • Britney Spears
    • Angelina Jolie
    • Vanessa Hudgens
  • Let's say you're famous and single, shooting a new movie. Your co-star (or you) is/are gay, and the studio is not cool with that getting out. They want you to get into a fake relationship with the co-star for the press. Would you do it?

    • Absolutely not. 1) It's unethical, 2) Why is the studio uncomfortable with my co-star's sexual orientation? Lame, and 3) Faking a relationship sounds like a giant, weird pain in the tuchus.
    • Yes, yes, a thousand times yes!
    • Probably, for the sake of my career. But I'd pretend to be totally horrified by all the "invasion of my privacy."
    • Yes... and then, sometime when the mics and cameras were on me, I'd go on a huge rant about how lame it was that the studio made us fake this relationship.
  • You don't want your parents knowing:

    • Anything. Omg I would be so deeply grounded if they knew half of what goes on...
    • The juicy stuff. Though, sometimes... part of me wants to know that they know, so that if things get out of control they can rescue me.
    • I am my own individual person. My private life is none of their business.
    • Oh, who cares. Whatever bothers them is their problem, not mine.
  • When you're in a new relationship, you:

    • prefer to kind of let people figure it out. I don't like announcing it.
    • Get blushy when people ask me about it and pretend it's no big deal, even though it's a HUGE deal.
    • wonder how long it will be before the first major fight.
    • hope for lots and lots of comments and 'likes' when I change my relationship status online. Also: big fan of PDA. Big, big fan.
  • Someone tags you in a photo you feel a little weird about people seeing -- you're somewhere you shouldn't have been -- but you look really hot in it. You:

    • First, untag. Second, ask the person politely if they wouldn't mind either taking the pic down or at least making the privacy on it SUPER strict.
    • Would never feel a little weird about people seeing any pic of me whatsoever. Especially if I look hot in it.
    • Hem and haw about whether I should untag myself. I'm not crazy about that pic being on my profile, but I feel like untagging it would be making too big a deal out of it. Also... I do look kinda hot.
    • Try to guess that person's password so I can delete the pic myself. But save a copy for myself, 'cause I look hot, and that day was awesome.
  • You're at a party that ends up getting mildly insane. Someone snaps a pic of you making out with someone who was supposed to be "just a friend". You:

    • Hope it gets posted somewhere. It'll get people talking.
    • Would never be at a party, making out with someone anywhere that anyone else could possibly find us.
    • Feel a mix of: anxiety about that picture causing problems in my friendship, and excitement that I was part of the insanity at that party.
    • Obtain their camera by whatever means necessary and delete the pics.
  • You're in the library at school, looking for a book. In the next row, you overhear two people you don't really know talking about you. What's your reaction?

    • Whatever. They don't know me, so anything they say is just gossip and therefore irrelevant.
    • Horrified fascination. I need to know what they're saying, but I'm going to freak out if it's bad.
    • Gleeful fascination. I'm kinda stoked that people I don't know totally know who I am, even if they're talking trash.
    • I walk up and tell them whatever they say, they need to say it to my face, and furthermore, it's none of their business.
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