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Juliet on the negative side of fame: My relationships are less deep |  Globo Reporter

Juliet on the negative side of fame: My relationships are less deep | Globo Reporter

How do you deal with the loss of privacy, fan demand, and the pitfalls of success? In the Globo Reporter This Friday (15), JULIET She said on fame Achieved after participating inBrazil is the big brother. Read excerpts from the chat with Juliet below and watch the full interview at Video above.

“I was scared. Happy of course. The sense of mission accomplished, but I’m so scared of the way I was going to run it all, and what I was going to do with it all. With so much fame, with so much love, with so much criticism… with so much.” . The first feeling was fear. and gratitude. ”

“I don’t have time to rest. Sometimes I do it a lot I don’t even have time to think on my own. ”

“I’ve gained a lot of love, which is the equivalent of everything to me. People feel respected and represented. I think that’s what it all means. I’ve gained a lot of responsibility. Lots of pressure to learn to sing better, to learn to perform, to speak. New responsibilities and new careers from scratch. I have to reinvent myself.”

Juliet training at home – Photo: Globo Repórter / Globo Repórter

Trying to meet the expectations of others is inhumane. So I do not try. I’m really trying to be okay, because I’d never do that. I try to be the best for myself, doing good for myself and for people.”

“I imagined a fairy tale, and I think people fantasize about it a lot. I imagined it had to be liked by people, to earn a lot of ‘free’ things, which we say, and that’s pretty good too. But the work behind it is very sacrifice.” Twenty-four hours of work, not just me, but the whole team. so hard. If you really want it, if it is your dream, then be prepared for what happens, you will be ready. Because I’m no longer myself and now I’m chasing after her.”

Juliette, winner of the BBB – Photo: Globo Repórter / Reproduction

“When something means…” Why does Juliet appear in ads so often? “Then I don’t accept it. I see it as relating to the person. It’s about frustration, it’s about criticism, it’s about discomfort, it’s about discomfort. It’s not about me. ”

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The Juliet Phenomenon – Photo: Globo Repórter / clone

“Education has always been something very dear to me, it has been a very big effort. Everyone knows my story, I come from a public school, a very poor family, few resources. And I got it.” If I did not have the intellectual readiness that I had, to make an effort, to obtain knowledge, I would be lost. I will not bear it. There is no point in having money, there is no point in having fame, there is no point in having a family, and there is no point in having anything. okay, anything. Knowledge takes you places…it opens your mind that you don’t go any other way.”

This place is so imaginative, pop star, I don’t think it’s so fun. What happened to me proves that people are thirsty for reality. They have no thirst for illusion. It’s my imagination.”

“I have a feeling my team is baffled. Do you know how sorry I am about this? First, because people are always trying to please. Then I take it and say something not fun to try and understand and the person still agrees. Me too I don’t read people how they treat me, but how they treat others. It’s how you treat the waiter who comes to wait at the table, it’s how you treat the girl who opened the door. ”