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Profiles display information and many features that any user can access for other users and themselves.
There are two parts to any Moviestarplanet user's profile. When you first click a user, it brings you their basic introducing profile (or "mini profile") that shows their current status, level, what the person is wearing, who they are best friends with, and who the person is dating. In addition, it lists the person's username and tells whether you are friends, best friends, or in a relationship with the user. Here is an example of a profile:
You can also do the following things with the person:
View their full profile
Visit the person's house
Message them privately
Give them an autograph
Gift them a gift
Trade items/clothes with them
Send them a friend, best friend, or relationship request
On the person's full profile, you can again see who they are best friends with and dating, but you can do more things. You can view the comments in their guestbook (commonly known as their "wall" or "GB"), view their designs, movies, artbooks, looks, Youtube playlists, and recent statuses. You can also "love" Below the user's best friends and relationship, is the "Favorites" section, where the user can select their favorite movie, artbook, look, photo, and Youtube playlist to display. You can also see their bio, which is where the user can write about themselves, their achievements, and what is on their wishlist that you can buy for them. You can again visit their room as you see an actual picture of the living room before you enter, and you can even see a picture of the upper part of their avatar. Additionally, you can see the number of views the user's profile has and the month and year the user joined. Here is another example of a profile:
The profiles have been apart of MSP since its release in 2009.
You have to be at least level six to write in a user's guestbook.
In the past, you were able to see how many artbooks, looks, etc. a user had created when clicking on what is now the Favorites section.