Celebrity culture is everywhere. Images are selected by the media and thrust upon us for their own purposes. But these people are not interested in you. They don't care if you succeed or fail. They just want your attention. They want your time. They want to get inside your mind and have you spreading their message of banality.
Celebrate yourself instead of celebrating stage managed icons. You are real. Your hopes and ambitions and the people in your life are real. Your challenges are real. What you want is real.
If you are spending your time engaging with celebrity culture in its most typically vacant form, that is time you are not spending on what's real. It's time you are not connecting with your friends, it's time you are not learning skills and knowledge to help you get what you want. It's substituting vapid iconography for real experience. It's vicarious living. And who wants to live a fake life embedded in some marketing manager's wet dream?
What this means is stopping following celebrity and showbiz tittle tattle. Stop reading all those news stories that don't really matter. Start going outside and talking to people. Travel. Learn a language. Learn a new skill. Develop new knowledge. Share what you learned. Make other people pleased they met you. Celebrate your own life opportunity.