Celebrities have become more mainstream role models for teens as their images and lifestyles are normally splashed across television, movies,and magazines.

Many teens will try to mirror their favorite celebrities.Teens that try to emulate their favorite celebrities may select good role models or bad ones that can be positive or negative for teens.

Teens choose public personas as role models, but there are no guarantees that a star will stick to a lifestyle that Teens can look up to — or that parents will approve of.

Now that teens are immersed in the 24/7 media world at younger ages, these role models play an even bigger role.

Everywhere Teens turn, they see images and hear reports about their idols. And now that social sites like Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube allow celebrities a no-holds-barred way to communicate directly with their fans. Teens are often left alone to make sense of it all — or they turn to their peers to figure out what’s happening. The results aren’t pretty.

With their every moves being recorded on camera (whether it be by the paparazzi or on the big screen), it’s not surprising that celebrities become huge role models around the world.

We look up to these stars, and some of us make our fashion, relationship, and even life decisions based around these people.

Sure, there are some celebrities that are not worthy to be emulated,however, there are also a handful of celebrities that we can take cues from.

Below, are stars that are scandal free and worthy to be emulated.

Osita Iheme and Chinedu Ikediaze a.k.a Aki and PawPaw

• Doris Simeon Ademinokan

• Chioma Chukwuka Akpotha

• Dare Art Alade

• Ngozi Ezeonu

• Omoni Oboli

• Mbong Amata

• Sound Sultan

• Joke Silva

• Pete Edochie

• Bhaira Mc’ Wisu

• Queen Nwokoye

• Joseph Benjamin

• Eniola Badmus

• Banky W

• Adebayo Faleti

• Abiodun Okeowo

Is there any name missing?