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1. Celebrity scandals reinforce the notion that “all press is good press” and reflect a cultural obsession with celebrity. The media exploits this obsession to gain audiences and sell papers, ultimately treating celebrities as commodity products.

2. Kate Moss's cocaine scandal exemplifies the idiosyncrasies of press spotlights on celebrity personas. Despite facing career damage, Moss capitalized off the public's fascination with her behavior and profited enormously from the scandal.

3. Celebrity scandals disrupt prevailing codes of behavior and form into battles over moralities, revealing how journalists not only convey information but also produce culture. The public's addiction to celebrity scandals raises questions about why people enjoy seeing celebrities shamed and forgiven, ultimately tying back to the value of attention in celebrity production and consumption.

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