Hunger Games Essay

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One of the reality TV shows that now days people are interested to watch and gives big impact on the society is American Idol. This show does not end with the talent of people, but also having the ability to show their best performance and beauty is important. Having a talent to sing is part of the show, but being able to impress people is the other part. It is important to be fashionable in order to get people’s attention and amaze them. Like Katniss, in Suzanne Collins book show up as a fighter in the Hunger Games. She needs to impress the judges with the talent that she has, but also impress the audience by her beauty to have sponsors help survive the games. The way that the designers ...view middle of the document...

This shows that Katniss has great chance of being the winner of the Hunger Games; since her spongers recognize, remember, and love her from how she performed herself in the Capitol with her style, will help her to survive. Since Hunger Games is part of a reality TV show for the people of Panem, is important to be loved from the eyes of the viewers. “‘Remember, heads high. Smile. They’re going to love you!’” (Collins 69). The eyes of the people in Panem are chancing for a person who is perfect in any way and can bring excitement. For them beauty is important than the power that the tributes will us in the game. This made them look judgmental of viewing a person from outside and then looking at their power and what they are capable of.
On the other hand, American Idol is one of the reality TV shows that now day’s people in our society watch and enjoy. Everyone in this show, with or without talent, can participate and the one who has true talent gets chosen by the judges. When the show starts, voting takes place by people. It is also important for the stares to participate in their best look. In the article Dressing Candice Glover by Laura Oberle states that “as a finalist on ‘American Idol,’ a transformation takes place”. This shows that whoever comes to participate in their talent will become someone unique and remember able. “The ‘American Idol’ makeovers help give the rising stars a newfound confidence. ‘It helps you have more star power’” (Oberle). By making the stares in their perfect look and shape, they can gain their confidence and have fans to support. Singing does not always involve first place in this talent show, but also how the look of the stars in American Idol can impress the viewers. In order to win this talent show starts must be fashionable, even the judges are in their perfect faction, and recognizable. People first fall...

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