Do reports of stars' rehab trips and 'crazy' behaviour negatively influence kids? A recent magazine poll reveals that bad celebrity behavior might be turning teens, specifically girls, off drugs and alcohol. But do kids need to be protected from media images of the stars that many consider to be their role models? (I found this question posed in Yahoo! Answers and thought it would be fun for us to talk about.) I think it's important to tell little girls that there's nothing glamourous about Paris Hilton's life. She is not a role model, and it's not realistic to aspire to be like her or like any party girl in general. I think it's okay for little girls to be listening to Britney's music and seeing Lindsay's movies. Britney and Lindsay worked really hard to get where they were, and they both are examples of what happens when you go out and party too much. Lindsay is getting help and time can only tell with Britney, but we're all praying for the best for her.