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  • n. Plural form of celebrity.

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Examples

  • First of all, multi-authorpanels are awesome, because the interplay between multiple experts and celebrities is an experience that can't be matched through blogs and online interviews.

    Are Science Fiction Conventions Dying?

  • Frank Dux like most celebrities is continually subjected to misleading and sensationalized reporting, that often results in unsubstantiated allegations being made and repeated.

    FRANK W DUX

  • Join celebrities and the biggest names in Marvel history to commemorate the Astonishing X-Men premiere, projected three stories high in Union Square at MarvelFest!

    Astonishing X-Men “Rise Up” Music Video | Major Spoilers - Comic Book Reviews and News

  • Yeah making fun of celebrities is fun, but he was just nasty for no particular reason.

    He who must not be paid attention

  • And with society so caught up in celebrities & making money off them makes it that much harder.

    Twilight Lexicon » New Moon Script Finder Drops Summit Lawsuit

  • But (1) making fun of Hollyweird celebrities is just as easy as making fun of rednecks (see Team America: World Police) and (2) I'd like to see YOU go hunting with a bunch of Southern dudes and try sneaking into their tent in the middle of the night buck-nekkid.

    The Virtues of Patience

  • Following on the heels of their popular "Political Power" and "Female Force" comics, Bluewater will publish unauthorized biographies of celebrities from the music and movie world in their upcoming "Fame" line — and their first subject will be none other than MTV's Woman of the Year, Lady Gaga.

    EXCLUSIVE: Lady Gaga’s Life Gets The Comic Book Treatment » MTV Movies Blog

  • Advocacy organizations like the Automotive Consumer Council have been forced to pick up the slack, alongside a more unlikely group of advocates -- Latin American celebrities such as Dancing With The Stars 'Cristian de la Fuente and Ugly Betty star Angelica Vale, both of whom have come out to publicly support the bill and the campaign to inform Spanish speaking Americans about it.

    Ashley Rindsberg: Is Congress Driving Drunk?

  • Although the sight of road-ragin 'celebrities -- particularly if they're young and terribly thin and have been in rehab or married to failed rappers -- might still be reason for the heart to beat faster, a new road menace has quietly arisen.

    Sunday Reading

  • I think most people accept it in celebrities, but what about that chick your brother is going to marry?

    You Are All Diseased

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