Stars are simply incredible. They brighten our nights, provide entertainment in the dark evenings after work, and are so incredibly dense and hot that it’s a wonder how they survive for millennia. Yet, even with so many of them, they can be tough to spot. To clarify, when we say stars we don’t mean Betelgeuse, we mean actors like Michael Keaton, who played Beetlejuice.
How many Americans have actually seen a
star celebrity (sorry!) in-person? A slight majority of Americans have seen a celebrity (55%) and about three-fourths (74%) of them have seen more than one. While everyone who sees a celeb is sure to act a fool, what Americans plan to do in their next encounter differs by generation: