stardom

[stahr-duhm]
noun
1.
the world or class of professional stars, as of the stage.
2.
the status of a star or preeminent performer.

Origin:
1860–65; star + -dom

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stardom (ˈstɑːdəm)
 
n
1.  the fame and prestige of being a star in films, sport, etc
2.  the world of celebrities

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Example sentences
Until now, the trajectory of viral stardom has generally involved a spike of
  fame followed by a plunge into near-total anonymity.
Everyone on top lives with a morbid consciousness that fame-heat, stardom is a
  waterwheel.
As she talked, it occurred to me that vivaciousness and beauty did not alone
  propel her to stardom.
Unfortunately, with stardom came a cocaine problem, something he denied
  repeatedly to the press.
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