5 Stars Speak on How They Would Feel if They Lost Their Fame

How important is being famous to those who are soaking up the spotlight? Commenting on how they would feel if they suddenly lost their fame, these stars have candidly commented on what direction they’d take their lives in and how they’d feel about returning to live a relatively normal life. Some say they would actually be relieved, others would be happy upon reflection or would simply decide to move on.

Dwayne Johnson


Dwayne says if his fame came to an end, he would simply focus of fatherhood and doing the best for his kids: “If it all ended, I would concentrate on continuing being a good dad.”

Jessica Alba

Jessica says she is unchanged by fame and is happiest when being a mother: “Living in LA, everyone likes to mould you and change you. I don’t care about fame, I don’t care about being a celebrity. I know that’s part of the job, but I don’t feed into anyone’s ideas of who I should be. When I became a mum, I finally became the person I am, that I always should have been.”

Khloe Kardashian

Khloe admits she would be somewhat relieved if her celebrity status disappeared over night: “I don’t know if I’d feel relieved because I’m blessed for it all and I wouldn’t want to sound ungrateful. But I’m not going to be sad – I’m going to smile because it happened. I know this isn’t going to last forever.”

Leona Lewis

Leona reveals she would be quite content to move to a farm and be surrounded by horses if she was no longer in the spotlight: “I would probably go and sit on a farm with loads of horses and all kinds of animals. That’s truthfully what I would do. Be a horse lady, learn to give lessons, stuff like that. That’s how it will be. You will find me on my farm. You really will.”

Paula Abdul

Paula says she would be very content with how everything turned out and would have no regrets: “If it all ended today, I would be happy. This was something that I did not expect. There is nothing that I would change. This is eveything that I hoped for, and dreamed of.”