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1. I believe that fame and celebrity, influence and power, success and failure, reality and illusion are all somehow neatly woven into a seamless fabric we laughingly call reality.
2. A so-called celebrity is looking for you.
3. At 62, Brian found the celebrity and status that had eluded him for so long.
4. He became something of a celebrity in his home town.
5. Tom found himself something of a celebrity.
6. The show's success made her an overnight celebrity.
7. The celebrity guests turned up dressed in sumptuous evening gowns.
8. He achieved celebrity status through his role in a popular sitcom.
9. She found herself something of a celebrity.
10. He was voted the worst dressed celebrity.
11. Although now a celebrity in her own right, actress Lynn Redgrave knows the difficulties of living in the shadow of her famous older sister.
12. He became a national celebrity.
13. Celebrity teams pit their wits against each other in this lively quiz show.
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14. There'll be a celebrity guest to add lustre to the occasion.
15. McNally now owns a clutch of uberchic downtown celebrity hang-outs.
16. Now a celebrity chef, he rarely talks about his life as an army cook.
17. If you are a celebrity, you are headline news.
18. My celebrity was a mixed blessing.
19. In 1944, at the age of 30, Hersey suddenly became a celebrity.
20. The actress was accorded all the deference of a visiting celebrity.
21. Joanna has finally made it to the first rank of celebrity after 25 years as an actress.
22. She said social class in America was largely decided by celebrity.
23. The success of her book has given her unexpected celebrity status.
24. With her designer clothes and elegant hair, she looks every inch the celebrity.
25. Being recognized in the street is part and parcel of being a celebrity.
26. She dislikes the loss of privacy that attends TV celebrity.
27. By the time he left the race, he had become something of a celebrity.
28. From there it was a short step to instant, if short-lived, celebrity.
29. This is a wicked of police corruption, media con tricks and celebrity scandals.
30. In the Spring Term there is an Annual Lecture at which a national celebrity talks about an issue of current interest.
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