By James Poulos
Thanks to the internet, the 2010s may be the decade that the era of celebrity as we know it comes to a long-overdue end.
The devotion to fantasy and the round-the-clock posturing associated with the celebrity life is now widely recognized as a steep price to pay for the big bucks and exclusive access. But online life has pushed that lifestyle cycle into the red zone, ratcheting up the amount of always-on performance while radically reducing the payoff per minute.
Just the latest warning sign for the celebrity-industrial complex came this month from the popular singer Michael Bublé, whose harrowing and humbling [READ MORE HERE]
Source: OC Register