Celebrities are always in the lime light. Every move they make, every word they say comes under the scrutiny of the public eye. Often times it is hard to think of these celebrities as people, but a few of them have shown us their emotional side
The hit song "Happy" earned Pharrell Williams a personal interview with Oprah on her television station. At the beginning of the Q&A session, Oprah decides to roll a quick clip of people around the world lip syncing his song. The beauty of the footage overwhelms Pharrell, bringing him to tears.
After a trying year of ups and downs for Britney Spears, Diane Sawyer invites the star for a cozy little chat. Once the hard events of her life start coming up, Brit tries and fails to hold back her hurt. The cameras are quickly cut off at the embarrassed young woman's request.
Fans are a major part of any celeb's life. For Selena it seems that support, unconditional support, is all it takes to bring on the water works. Shoot, even the Australian interviewer had problems holding back the flood gates when Gomez was shown a video of her biggest fan.
The famous British actor turned mythological trickster showed an MTV interviewer on the red carpet how much he truly loved his role as Loki. Tom Hiddleston supposedly began sobbing after the mention of Loki's last appearance in the second installment of "Thor."
It would seem Oprah has a talent for making the famous cry. This time, however, they were not happy tears. Rihanna opened up about the loss of her best friend, Chris Brown, and the betrayal and confusion she suffered from his assault.
Rejection is quite powerful, especially if it is done in front of an audience. In the midst of a season of "X Factor," Harry Styles, along with the rest of his 1 Direction pals, was kicked off of the show. Not seeing the bright future ahead proved too much to bear for the young star with a dream.
Sometimes it can be easy to judge others, to look at someone on the outside instead of looking at who they are on the inside. For Lady Gage this judging has taken its toll. She sends up a prayer for strength as the tears trickle down her face in the middle of an HBO documentary.
Opening up to HBO is apparently therapeutic. For Beyoncé, growing watery eyed seems natural when talking or thinking about her family. Whether it's Jay-Z or her children, she cannot help the emotions that overflow.