EDITORIALBianca Stevens, we suspect, has had her 15 minutes of fame and like so many reality TV show contestants will promptly disappear from all public view. And by the sounds of it, the young Figtree woman couldn't be happier.Bianca was seen on TV last night being expelled from Eggleston Hall - the latest Aussie to earn the ire of the school ma'amish judges.If you have not seen the show, the premise is whether our true blue ladettes can be turned into English ladies. The show is not for everyone, but judging by the ratings, people have found the outrageous behaviour of the young women gripping stuff.In a matter of weeks, Bianca has become something of a local star, although in replying to comments made about her on illawarramercury.com.au she had not anticipated all the attention.Of course, the idea of these shows is to push people's buttons. And it is an interesting study when the contestants find the impact of playing the part can spill into their own lives.That is the danger with the cult of celebrity. In finding fame, individuals invariably lose privacy and can be burned in the process with the public perception of them not always matching reality.Ultimately, the public's insatiable appetite for this type of entertainment sets the landscape. So viewers and voyeurs can expect more of the same.