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The commodification of celebrities

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There's a common saying when it comes to celebrities: Image is everything. But who owns that image? That issue hits at the heart of model Emily Ratajkowski’s new book “My Body.” MSNBC’s Ayman Mohyeldin spoke to Michael Starr Hopkins and Susan Del Percio about the commodification of celebrities and what it does to their physical and mental health.