Brits admit they are plagued with celebrity obsessions – such as Matt Hancock coming third in I’m a Celeb, what Molly-Mae will name her child and the Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield queue-jump fiasco.
A poll of 2,000 adults found 44 per cent admit to caring about things that make no difference to their life.
Half of respondents said they know more about celebrities’ lives than they do their friends’, a further 80 per cent said they knew less about their mum and dad.
And 38 per cent said they were bothered by the fact Kylie Jenner still hasn’t revealed her son’s name eight months after he was born.
A further 36 per cent said they spent too long thinking about how Harry and Meghan stepping down from royal duties would affect the Royal family.
Mark Manson, creator of the global self-help phenomenon ‘The Subtle Art of Not Giving a #@%!’ which has been adapted into a feature documentary and is available to watch on digital platforms from today, said: “We have a tendency to overestimate what’s popular.
“We think because a celebrity is famous, what’s going on in their lives must also be important.
“When really, what’s going on in a celebrity’s life has little to no effect on our own.
“It’s important this year to refocus on what actually matters to us, and stop using what’s happening to others as a distraction from that.”

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