Kim Kardashian is the human version of fast food; prepackaged, a known product, no subtle flavors or fresh ingredients, no depth or character, no artistry in the creation, simply a known commodity one can consume quickly and forget.
What makes us loved by others? We admire a person's devotion to their spouse, their strong work ethic or their intelligence, but what we love about them may be the way they snort when they laugh, the fact that they can't pass a rock on the ground without wanting to pocket the unique beauty, that they have memorized all the lyrics to every Beatles album ever made, and that they order things in the restaurant with everything "on the side."
Admiration and love are different animals. Admiration means, "what you do I respect and wish to be more like that." Love means, "this is what makes you special and is unique to you."
Being genuine means embracing all that is unique about you, from your quirks and obsessions, your very nature whether introverted or extroverted, never adjusting your belief system based on those around you, cultural or church influences and being spontaneous with your reactions, likes and dislikes.
Being genuine--it's all about being who you are when no one is looking and maintaining that when people are looking.