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1 A TV star is emceeing tonight.
2 TV star in drugs shocker!
3 If he becomes a big TV star,(www.Sentencedict.com) we'll probably never hear from him again.
4 We had judge Tony Li, both flamboyant TV star and owner of the hair salon chain Tony Studios, non-coincidentally one of the sponsors.
5 Former reality TV star Paris Hilton was among Knut's many famous fans.
6 So, how was my brother, the big TV star?
7 Nicky was a singer and TV Star, he also was a student.
8 The reality TV star and least-attractive Kardashian is fully dedicated to the potent Lakers forward.
9 A friend said:'Doug a washed - up reality TV star.
10 In May 2007, socialite and reality TV star Paris Hilton was sentenced to 45 days in jail for violating her probation following a drunk-driving arrest in September 2006.
11 U.S. socialite Nicole Richie, the rail-thin reality TV star, came in third place and British actress Sienna Miller rounded off the top five in fifth.
12 With his dark good looks, Jason could have been a TV star.
13 "An American Family" was a hit, and Lance Loud, the oldest son, became a celebrity, perhaps the world's first openly gay TV star.
14 At the time of her brief imprisonment, the reality TV star was five months pregnant with her first child.
15 Rounding out the top 5 in the dishiest dad competition after Beckham and Pitt was celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, TV star Jonathan Ross and recent father Tom Cruise.
16 Maybe she would date a technician at the office. Or start up a romance with anther TV star.
17 And in Disney's corner comes an original CG-animated tale of a TV star dog who thinks he has some wicked superpowers.
18 I know that sometimes you get that sense from TV that you can be rich and successful without any hard work -- that your ticket to success is through rapping or basketball or being a reality TV star.
19 Inventors in the US say there is an increasing demand from Brits for these mechanical bed partners, including interest from a woman wanting one that looked like TV star Graham Norton.
20 Few of us believe we could be another Jonas Salk or Eleanor Roosevelt, but we could be another TV star like Telly Savalas or Suzanne Somers .