How do wannabe actors, singers or bands cope when.?

How do wannabe actors, singers or bands cope when.? Topic: Case singer
June 25, 2019 / By Kalisha
Question: How do wannabe-trying to be actors, singers or bands cope with the feeling of seeing someone around their age already doing all the things they want to be doing? In the case of the actors, filming movies. The singers, on MTV and performing on TV. For the bands, going on tour. I know some people might say, "Take comfort in the fact that you are trying and working towards something." Is that really the best way to deal with it? Not focus on them at all? Are there any better ways to comfort this feeling of, "They made it and I didn't" that comes upon me when I see them etc?
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Hadley Hadley | 8 days ago
a lot of these performers were acting, singing and dancing most of their lives spending countless hours to gain what they presently have, others performers like yourself are still fine tuning their skills waiting for their time to take to the stage, when the right opportunity comes along you'll be ready, you still have time. those who really really want it cope by never giving up on themselves and you shouldn't give up on your dreams either. good luck.
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Hadley Originally Answered: Top bands/singers that you love to hate?
Taylor Swift. She's not country yet they keep trying to pass her off as "country" (she couldn't be country standing in a pile of cow patties!). She's not a singer yet they keep giving her "singing" awards (if you had the terrible misfortune of hearing her on the Grammy awards show in February you know exactly what I mean). She writes these absolutely horrific songs about life as a teenager (even though she's 20 now, all she writes about is being a junior high school kid, sheesh grow up!). And, worst of all, her little lemming teenybopper fans think it's sacrilegious to say anything negative about her.
Hadley Originally Answered: Top bands/singers that you love to hate?
Linkin Park is awesome. But Cannibal Corpse is too bad. also lil wayne and Justin Beiber, I have no idea who is 3!oh3
Hadley Originally Answered: Top bands/singers that you love to hate?
1. Justin Bieber. So many possible jokes.. 2. Nickelback. Nuff said. 3. Simple Plan/any other emo band 5. Tokio Hotel. They make horrible music and they're ugly.

Dlila Dlila
if you have talent you need to practise and practise until you are discovered. if you dont have the talent you must be adult enough to face it and walk away and try some thing else and take comfort in the fact that some of these so called stars i wouldnt pay to cross the room to even see them free iam a professional vocalist and have been doing it for 42 years and have seen them come and go
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Dlila Originally Answered: Will bands/singers cancel tours (Swine Flu)?
I would hope so, bands are people too and as much as I love Metal, I would rather give up a show then have them all die of a flu. Unless it's the Jonas Brothers....I hear they're touring....hopefully they don't watch the news....I mean that in the most caring way.....*ahem* ..*silence* So yeah I think once this flu is over, any shows that had to be schedule will reschedule to a later time.
Dlila Originally Answered: Will bands/singers cancel tours (Swine Flu)?
Stuff like this is to be expected with an overflowing population, plus more deadly natural disasters. We all have to die someday, too, you know? I doubt a little mask is going to help you. The longer the virus is in the air left untreated, the stronger it gets. It is serious, and there will likely be many U.S. deaths from it. It's nature's population control, crass as that sounds. People have to die or else there won't be enough resources left in a short time because humans are so adamant about their breeding. So, nature has to take it upon its own hands: more strains of illnesses will be popping up, plus more and more deadly natural disasters will happen (we've had 4x this decade than normal). We don't want to think we're to blame, but we are. Maybe this will be a lesson to people to keep their legs crossed. It's also in part to our efforts to eradicate the flu virus - it causes the virus to make more intense strains. You can't just hide away and expect to avoid it - just live your life. There is no treatment, is the scary thing. It will fester and possibly mutate by the time they get it together to formulate a vaccine (which will be months away). The best thing to do is not worry because no one has any control. It will and already has taken lives.

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