Among our nation’s many curious fixations, celebrity is but one of them. Millions of Americans spend hours each week reading about stars, watching them dance on television and following their every move. For the overwhelming majority, it’s a benign passion. Once in a while, however, passion turns into obsession and things get scary.
Love pop culture? Check out Oprah's book club, AC/DC's Brian Johnson's memoir or Chaz Bono.
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