But after I saw Alfie (2004) I understood the excitement. She's effortlessly cool and so pretty it makes your confidence in yourself cry. Watching Alfie it is blatantly obvious to see the chemistry between Jude Law and her. I mean, who wouldn't want to run up to her and kiss her face off?
Ok. Bit too far.
I wanted to highlight this particular column in Vogue was because whilst talking about Sienna and her troubles with paparazzi it also states the problem of journalists becoming spies.
May sound strange, but journalists are wanting to know anything and everything about celebrities. From raiding bins and sneaking into deleted emails, Sienna has experienced it all from these Showbiz mags.
As an inspiring journalist, I don't see the joy in knowing the bees knees and all the dirty little secrets and rumors. Although I do enjoy the guilty pleasure of watching E! news, I still find it strange when you know who's dating who or who's talking to who. Especially when they have no clue who YOU are. We forget that celebs are individuals, humans, people! Just doing a job! They want privacy. Let's give it to them.
When did journalism become hated by celebs? When did entertainment become loving gossip about celebrity affairs?
Sorry, I'm having a big blog rant right now. But it's an issue that has to be dealt with. I hate the feeling of people questioning my job ambition wondering why I want to spend my career following celeb lives?... that's not what I want to do.
I want to talk about interesting and thrilling news, and not this silly childish bedroom bitchy gossip. Let's write about what they want us to write about, not what they are hiding away from us.
Oh, yes. To leave on a happier note. Aren't these pictures beautiful? Haven't seen a better editorial than this is Vogue in a while.
The gracefulness of the birds and petals fluttering away leaving Sienna looking effortlessly peaceful, as always.
The last image of Sienna holding those funeral flowers are quite daunting, but yet remarkably pretty and quite humorous, right?