As a result of the public fascination with celebrity culture, magazine covers like this Michelle Obama 'Better Homes and Gardens' one are giving in to Hollywood temptation. 'Better Homes and Gardens' magazine hasn't featured a famous face on their cover since the1960s, and with the presence of First Lady Michelle Obama, the magazine is waiting in anticipation for their estimated 7.7 million readers to react.
The First Lady seems natural and at home on the cover, and was an appropriate choice after planting a White House vegetable garden and promoting healthy eating for children.
Implications - References to celebrity culture are enormously popular within today's society; however, a better attempt to gain reader and viewer attention is through a strong focus on healthy eating for children. This particular realm of subject-matter has proven to be at the forefront of many people's minds.