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the state or quality of being widely honored and acclaimed

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She released a fitness DVD within days of her I'm A Celeb win and was very excited to reveal she had dropped to a size 8.
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This week's celeb clothing range is by Alex Gerrard.
It found one in five participants to claim that they would sleep with a star simply because they were famous, while one in 20 already claimed to have bedded a celeb.
Jazz star Jamie Cullum, boosted by his blossoming relationship with model Sophie Dahl, was the most upbeat celeb.
I have decided to keep on writing to celebs in the near future; I think it's the best hobby, especially when I look through all the letters in my book.
With so many people out of work or on the minimum wage, two-bit celebs should think themselves lucky they are being employed.
Latest to join the lineup of sizzling celeb hot spots is the knockout Beso in Hollywood, where Eva Longoria Parker is an owner.
This site is dedicated to the height of the rich and famous and has a huge selection of celebs to choose from.
Some candid mumblings heard over that weekend included: "There was just a buzz in the air," and " I had no idea who these guys were, but I really enjoyed hearing them speak" to "The celebs were sooooo great.
Skybet make the Legends 4-9 for victory, with the price unmoved despite the firm reporting reasonable support for the 9-2 Celebs.
Logistically, there's a direct flight to Belfast from New York, making it easier for celebs to jet in and provide testimony.
You can watch the tides from one of the ocean-view rooms, but you'll miss the celebs downstairs.
In fact there are just two, one putting celebs in the place of `ordinary' people, while the other has your usual list of F-listed celebs trying to claw their way back into the limelight.