I'm very disappointed with all the celebrity-worship in here. Isn't this a philosophy forum?
I can't even bring myself to find celebrities attractive anymore. Either they are under perfect lighting conditions to accentuate the curves of their muscular structure, or they are airbrushed, or their faces painted into oblivion with bizarre make-up.
Celebrities are some of the most un-beautiful people in the world, especially after they've been in the game for a while. Their fame/popularity/superficial lifestyle jades them, and they begin to react to life in a dulled manner, no genuine expression, no inner joy, just a "pretty" face to maintain.
I for one refuse to allow the mass media to define my idea of an Absolute Beauty just because it's shoved down my throat through my senses being inundated with their ridiculous clowns and barbie dolls.
Beauty comes from within; the facial features are an expression of one's inner reaction towards life and everything within life...the features are merely a vessel for beauty, they contain none in-themselves. . .
Beauty is something real, that affects you viscerally...a breath, a glance, a laugh...it is not a picture produced by the mass media to look as symmetrical as possible. People want straight lines drawn for them because the curves are just too much to handle.