Figures from a study released today show that many celebrities are ignoring cities with increased levels of violence and poverty in favour of those suffering less but with a higher international profile.
Research company Higginbottom, Higginbottom, Stanley & Smythe have found that the violence in Belfast over the last week, where mob rule had taken over parts of the city, had garnered only one celebrity retweet calling attention to residents plight.
Meanwhile the disturbing case of two gay gentlemen who were not allowed to marry in Westminster Abbey saw 463 celebrities both retweet and comment their own disapproval at the disgusting situation.
When contacted by Newsbiscuit a celebrity commented on condition of anonymity that "we are all very busy telling people what to do and who to care for these days and quite frankly seeing as Max Clifford is a bit tied up at the minute we are having to make tough decisions by ourselves as to who we give our backing to."
"I have heard that Belfast is on fire but there is never big ticket sales there and even getting there is a bit of a pain in the ass. Whereas the story about the men has gays, religion and the place where William & Kate got married. It's a bit of a no-brainer if you ask me."