Grace duffy explores what affect this has on society column: celebrity culture is becoming toxic and leading us to set impossible standards.
Society has decided that being famous is the most important thing in the world and that's a big problem.
Americans spend more time reading glam media than wikipedia we love our celebrities but is creating a voluntary caste system productive.
Celebrity culture invades american politics whether we like to admit it or not, the very idea of celebrity culture is so deeply rooted in our society that we itself into every corner of a situation make it toxic to american politics. Why be yourself when you can be 'famous in 12' america's toxic culture of fame why have a society based upon high civic engagement and social capital when you can have a society where everyone can hook up.
Celebrity culture is a high-volume perpetuation of celebrities' personal lives on a global scale celebrity culture has become a part of everyday society and functions as a form of entertainment today, everyday citizens play an important role.