These three people were icons of the American celebrity culture.
LaBeouf's entire life is one long confessional and, like all celebrity meltdowns, we just can't look away.
“I think having a celebrity as an advocate is a very good idea,” says Bruce Fletcher.
The Daily Beast looks at the court file and finds one of the nastiest he-said-she-said cases in the history of celebrity splits.
Sansing also said that there has been a ripple effect in that "once one celebrity talks about it, others feel more comfortable."
Judge Andrews gave immediate promise of celebrity as an advocate.
My enemy married for money the first time, now she is going in for celebrity.
But these pictures attain no celebrity because the public admire them, for it is not to the public that the judgment is intrusted.
This last cause of celebrity, however, was one which did not please Stephen.
The celebrity became so sensitive about it that he went back to New York before the party broke up.
late 14c., "solemn rite or ceremony," from Old French celebrité "celebration" or directly from Latin celibritatem (nominative celebritas) "multitude, fame," from celeber "frequented, populous" (see celebrate). Meaning "condition of being famous" is from c.1600; that of "famous person" is from 1849.
When the old gods withdraw, the empty thrones cry out for a successor, and with good management, or even without management, almost any perishable bag of bones may be hoisted into the vacant seat. [E.R. Dodds, "The Greeks and the Irrational"]