Whose Life Do You Want? (Besides Oprah's)

oprahBy J.T. O'Donnell Let's face it, everyone at some point in their life has said something like, "Gee, it must be nice to be (insert someone famous here)." But lately, I feel like the media is working so hard to show the ugly side of every famous person out there that it's become tough for me to think of anyone I'd want to trade places with. Don't get me wrong, my life is far from perfect. I'm not living some sort of insane lifestyle. I'd say I'm your average gal. I've got a hubby, kids, dogs, house, job, etc. Come to think of it, I'm pretty vanilla. And yet, nobody, (okay, with the exception of Oprah - but that's a given), strikes me as a person I'd want to trade places with. So, I'm asking you: Who's life do you want? Share below and don't forget to give me three reasons why you'd want to be this person.
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