This fame thing, that we create. Large images on screens, advertisements, trailers, beauty. But everyone is from Oklahoma, or Virginia, or Tennessee, and just like us before. What is the psychological thing that goes on that makes us shutter if we were in the same elevator of a "famous" person? The power of movies and music, I guess. We want to say how much someone influenced or helped us along in our lives. And there they are standing next to you, for that one moment. Or you never met them and they die alone in their own apartment.
Years ago 20/20 or some other show did a piece on what people want the most. Acknowledgment topped the list, above money. But it is such a high price when you are alone and realize you have millions of fans, but are separated from them by the need for security from the fame monster that was created.
I would imagine it's super tough to stay grounded if you are famous.