Have you ever wondered if you're like your favorite famous person? What makes them tick and why they do the things they do? Do you think you have the gumption to become famous? We read about celebrities on every blog, in women's magazines and Twitter feeds but can we always believe what we hear? Sometimes, their antics leave us wondering and other times we're in awe! Compare yourself to these stars and see if you have what it takes to become tabloid fodder!
Scorpio is symbolized by the Scorpion, which immediately calls to mind that poisonous tail that can lash out and sting when its victims least expect it. Scorpios can be like that, when highly upset or pushed into a corner. This is a complex, passionate sign that sometimes acts in passion rather than thinking things through properly first. Perhaps Keith Urban, Leonardo DiCaprio, Whoopi Goldberg and Meg Ryan have made more decisions based on emotion rather than logic?
Scorpio is ruled by both Mars and Pluto, which is where all that passionate intensity comes from, mixed in with emotions that run miles deep like a fathomless ocean -- and, of course, the stubbornness to match. What a combination! It's no wonder this sign is known to be incredibly intense. Scorpio has so many things going on under the surface, it's a wonder it can seem so put together, well, most of the time…Demi Moore, Katy Perry and Owen Wilson have had their hearts broken in a very public and humiliating way. But yet, that passion and intensity make for a highly compelling personality.
Scorpio is one of the sexiest signs of the Zodiac. Can you think of Sean 'Diddy' Combs, Matthew McConaughey and Ryan Reynolds? Its reputation is outshined only by its reality -- as a magnetic, brave sign that can become possessive and vengeful when given proper motivation. It's true -- Scorpios can make formidable enemies, and they're only slightly less intimidating as friends. They love to control their surroundings, and often take a behind-the-scenes approach to manipulation. Remember how Julia Roberts nabbed her hubby? But it all comes from a good intention. It's that drive to connect, to know as deeply as they want to be known.