Nobody ever said: “When I grow up I want to be naked on a wrecking ball.”

Role models have a pretty big impact on our lives. Particularly if we are talking about kids with impressionable minds. So should we yell at celebrities for being bad role models? Or is their fame a by-product of their job and we should just let them live their life?

Think about it. We might LUV a pop star because of their music or a model because of their clothes but it doesn’t mean we want to grow up to be like them one day. Nobody said “When I grow up I want to be naked on a wrecking ball.”

Our favourite Mamamia personalities catch up at Watson’s Bay Boutique Hotel over a few beers and realise that the most important role models are those we know. Actual-real-life know.




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Missed an episode? SEE more from our favourite Mamamia personalities here:

Episode 1 – Is social media making us anti social?
Episode 2 – Sharing your worst job.
Episode 4 – Do you have to have a bad relationship before you can have a good one?
Episode 5 – Gen x Vs Gen y – which gen is better to work with?