Everyone who is emotionally involved with a celebrity knows about it.
And the tsunami of a celebrity culture that creates icons has swept over America.
LaBeouf's entire life is one long confessional and, like all celebrity meltdowns, we just can't look away.
How classy was celebrity Boxing, the two-episode special that aired in 2002?
“If you are the best friend of a celebrity you are committing to a life living in their shadow,” says Ogunnaike.
Judge Andrews gave immediate promise of celebrity as an advocate.
But those who are caught in the clutches of celebrity at the age of twenty know nothing.
But these pictures attain no celebrity because the public admire them, for it is not to the public that the judgment is intrusted.
But let celebrity stand there and enjoy her hour; to-morrow the Ploughman will come.
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"]