As Tis_Bearself said, “To each his own fun.”
There’s no harm done in admiring a celeb and trying to keep up with their professional career and personal life (as much as they allow their personal life to be made public).
I love my favorite actor, and follow his Twitter account. He is a Christian and regularly posts Bible verses and photos of his church, his priest, etc. It sounds like his wife is the reason he became a Christian, and that’s cool to me. Even his children seem to live out a Christian life. He’s family-oriented and is always talking about the good projects his children are involved with. He not only acts, but owns a business (a Harley-Davidson shop) and he is always talking about his love for motorcycles and his motorcycle club. He is extremely active with the USO and has been on several tours into some of the most dangerous countries in the world. He’s into helping animals and has several dogs and cats (all adoptions) of his own.
And he’s a darn fine actor who works very hard and is liked by many people in the entertainment world! He seems to have a very good memory–I’ve read several accounts by fans of how they met him in an autograph line, and saw him a year later, and he remembered their name and was able to ask them about various situations in their lives!
It’s fun. It helps me to enjoy my rather typical life here in the Midwest.