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  • Also not coincidentally, Warner Bros. and Telepictures wanted to stress the celebritude of Cooper in Thursday's announcement in which they said they had signed the Emmy Award winning "personality" Cooper.

    Anderson Cooper wants to be The Next Oprah

  • Also not coincidentally, Warner Bros. and Telepictures wanted to emphasize the celebritude of Cooper in Thursday's announcement, saying they had signed Cooper the Emmy Award-winning "personality."

    In the race to be The Next Oprah, Anderson Cooper sees the light of daytime

  • So McCain wins the news cycle by implicitly admitting that his attacks on Obama for inexperience and celebritude were all bullshit?

    Stunt casting

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  • Ouch, I say. "...That extreme celebritude aside..." Kurt Andersen in a NYT review of Thomas Mallon's novel about GW Bush, today.

    February 11, 2019