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Rhonetta is the epitome of a Super Star
Rhonetta Denise Johnson. After taking a quick glance at her now infamous website www.rhonettajohnson.com I found myself in amazement. I found such comments as, "A fine example of why not to do drugs during pregnancy," and, "No talent, no class, no fashion sense cow." So what I gained out of her unofficial fan site was the fact that Rhonetta Johnson is the epitome of a superstar.
Recollect your thoughts, and take a deep breathe, I did just say that Rhonetta Johnson is a superstar. People need to learn that the definition of a superstar has changed over time. Joe Namath was a superstar, Elvis, that's a superstar. Those individuals deserved the fame they received due to their talent and personality being so admirable and loveable. Now people like Rhonetta, they are famous for being obnoxious and funny looking. Or should I say, superstars.
I know who Richard Hatche is, I know who Clay Aiken is, and guess what I even know who William Hung is. Why? Why do I know these individuals with what seems to be a lack of "star quality" characteristics. Shows like American Idol, and all of reality TV changed the game. People, such as, Simon, Paula, and Randy came on the television and gave talent less (and talented) individuals their opportunity to make their mark on the world. Well, people took advantage of the chance.
I actually like Rhonetta. When it comes to watching entertainment, outside of sports, I have a small checklist I need to have filled in order for me to truly enjoy the individual on the screen. I need the person to be loud, check. I need the individual to be obnoxious, check. I need him or her to be out of touch with reality, check. Last, I need this personality to have an outburst, check. Rhonetta Johnson fills my criteria for valued entertainment, and I am sure that she fills most of yours. Just because she isn't beautiful, and she isn't talented doesn't mean she can't capture my heart and provide me with hours of laughs.