Editor's note Recently, a singing competition program held in a certain place attracted everyone's attention, not because of how wonderful the program was, but because of the surprise of its judges. An 8-year-old child star became a judge. For a time, netizens expressed that the move was too disrespectful to the players, and the children commented on the elders very rudely. What do you think about this? Please read the reader's comment.

  Highlight distorted values

  ■Luo Zhihua

  Many of those who stood on stage to receive comments from child stars were adults, and many of them were singers with profound knowledge. The adult "student" on the stage and the child star "teacher" off the stage are in sharp contrast, making it more like a comedy, rather than a serious singing competition.

  The prerequisite for a child star to comment on a player is that he has the ability to be a teacher, otherwise it is putting the cart before the horse. Facts have proved that the reason for this arrangement is that the child star is already famous and well-known. You can be a judge if you are famous, and you can be a guest if you have money. What do the players think? What will the audience think? Does it mean that being famous can surpass everything? Driven by such values, desperately seeking to be famous will be regarded by some as a shortcut to success.

  Such a dislocation is also harmful and unhelpful to this little child star. Having celebrity privileges at a young age will make him have a wrong perception of himself, thinking that he is already very good. If you grow up with this mentality, your future is worrying. To some extent, letting an 8-year-old child star as a judge is to help the future of overdrawn children. This kind of hype about child stars shows distorted values ​​and should be taken as a warning.

  Don't let fame and fortune cover your eyes

  ■Chen Guangjiang

  In fact, the road to child stars is not easy, and the modern version of "Hurt Zhongyong" is constantly being staged in the show business. There is a saying in the industry called "Deng Boer's destiny", that is, some people became popular in childhood, but become bleak in adulthood. Shi Xiaolong, Hao Shaowen, Jin Ming, etc. are examples of premature fame and difficult transformation. Of course, there are a few successful cases, but they are difficult to replicate.

  For children from ordinary families, the risk of premature fame needs to be more vigilant. In reality, many parents were harvested "IQ tax", and eventually lost their wife and broke down. Zhang Ailing's "become famous as soon as possible", I don't know how many children and parents have suffered. Everyone may understand the truth, but fame and fortune are the most difficult temptation to resist. There are even more artificial stars unscrupulous, such as the "Wizards" of the Youth Science and Technology Competition, and the "Genius Girls" who write 2,000 poems daily.

  Child stars are children in nature and should not be prematurely grown. "Are you famous for her?" The agent's words pushed the child to the cusp of public opinion. It's a big heart for parents to give their children to this terribly honest broker!

  In stark contrast is Heilongjiang’s "imitating genius", 13-year-old boy Zhong Meimei. It is said that after the child became popular, a merchant offered a million yuan "fat appointment", but Zhong Meimei’s mother turned down this kind of parent. It is sincerely admired.

  Most afraid of losing innocence

  ■The garden is vast

  Asking an 8-year-old child to comment on contestants who are much older than her, as some netizens said, hearing her comments is so old and adult, it always makes people feel sad, not happy. A child should look like a child, there is no need to act as an adult, and eventually lose the innocence he should have.

  In order for her parents to get better exercises so that she can take the path of acting in the future, or for commercial interests, whether they use her as a cash cow, it is better to respect the child’s normal physical and mental growth, rather than placing her in the adult’s In the world, the connection between her and the world to which she should belong has been separated.

  In April last year, the State Administration of Radio and Television issued the "Administrative Regulations on Programs for Minors", which clearly required the prohibition of propagating the effect of child stars or packaging or speculating on the children of celebrities. Isn't it the purpose to correct this phenomenon?

  Moderator: Ding Jianting Email: nfrbpl@126.com