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the state or quality of being widely honored and acclaimed

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However with the rise of social media, brands can get their products in front of celebrities through gifting and get a great response at little expense.
Fans can discover where their favorite celebrities hang, eat, and socialize—anyone can live like a celebrity with Celebrity HotSpots.
Celebrity endorsement for consumer products is widely used in advertising, taking advantage of the public's fascination with celebrities and the belief in a personal connection with them.
York succeeds in showing (and in promoting) literary celebrities as people who must anxiously negotiate the public disclosure of their private lives and contend with debates about their superficiality or authenticity.
Some pooh-poohed the concept of a fundraising sports weekend with numerous cricket celebrities.
Civil-rights attorneys Leo James Terrell of Beverly Hills and Stephen Yagman of Venice both said celebrities do get preferential treatment.
Julian Payne is a fun and entertaining documentation of the relatively unknown occurrences that shadow the lives of many of today's celebrities.
Even celebrities desperate to repair a severely battered image take a carefully structured approach to the media rehabilitation process: Their "crisis management" firm negotiates with a network morning news show for a round of softball questioning, lets Larry King compete with Barbara Waiters for the wet-eyed prime-time redemption, then ghost-writes the "How I Rebounded From Rock Bottom" story for Parade.
A number of celebrities have had various body parts insured to protect against injury or illness.
According to Q ranking results released today, Deep Blue's score is on par with celebrities such as CNN host Larry King, radio personality Howard Stern, former "Baywatch" star Carmen Electra and MTV deejay Carson Daly.
Photos of the more obscure, less remarkable celebrities (say, Cheryl Tiegs) have this effect as well.
A growing number of African American celebrities, working closely with restaurant industry veterans, are adding "restaurateur" to their credentials and creating some of the hottest dining spots for business travelers, tourists, local residents and fellow celebrities nationwide.
I'M LOSING MY PATIENCE WITH CLOSETED GAY CELEBRITIES.
The media's obsession with celebrities is nothing new.
Planning and executing a celebrity appearance today requires close collaboration with an experienced consultant who represents a broad range of celebrities.