Celebrity Resolutions: Who Should Do What in '09

Bragman: "They should adopt a whole country. There are a lot of people in this world who need help; why do it one kid at a time? In some cities they have an adopt-a-school program. ? Brad and Angelina should adopt a country."

Post: "When Brad gets called up to talk about something like his charitable organizations, he needs to talk about his work and not go off on the paparazzi. If he wants to keep his kids out of the picture, he needs to not talk about them. I can only imagine that it's ridiculously hard not to react to paparazzi, but the less he can react, the better, the more he can amp up security, the better."

Miley Cyrus

Post: "To avoid repeating that Vanity Fair mess, she should look towards another child actor who's done the child-to-adult transition and done it gracefully -- Amanda Bynes. Amanda started out young, now she's in her early 20s, and she allowed herself to grow up at a good rate and was able to carry a fan base with her in doing so. Miley should look to someone like that as opposed to other stars who have taken a more dramatic route."

Tiegel: "She has to face the pressure of keeping her pristine image. She's the latest star to emerge from the Disney cocoon following Britney Spears and Lindsay Lohan, and she has to avoid the mistakes they made."

Ed. note: Perhaps the most sound resolution of all came from a celebrity.

Kanye West

West, as told to Us Weekly: "My resolution is to be as nice as possible to the press."

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