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Celebrity is the fame and public attention accorded by the mass media to individuals or groups or, occasionally, animals, but is usually applied to the persons or groups of people (celebrity couples, families, etc. ) themselves who receive such a status of fame and attention. Celebrity status is often associated with wealth (commonly referred to as fame and fortune'), while fame often provides opportunities to earn revenue.
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  • E! Online

    Unraveling Lil Xan's Latest Relationship Drama

    Remember when Lil Xan was arguing with ex-girlfriend Noah Cyrus about who may or may not have cheated during their months-long liason?  Well that was so 2018.  These days the Sound Cloud rapper is wrapped up in a new he said, she said romantic entanglement, this one involving his possibly current, possibly former fiancée Annie Smith. The way Smith sees it, though their relationship is as complicated as it is deep, they're still very much a thing.  "This beautiful angel is the love of my life," the YouTube personality wrote in an Apr. 24 post to her Instagram Stories. "My heart and soul. This morning when I woke up he just looked at me and said, 'Annie you know you are the most incredible person

  • Abandoned Thunder Island water park in Westfield consumed by nature and graffiti
    The Indianapolis Star

    Abandoned Thunder Island water park in Westfield consumed by nature and graffiti

    For 19 seasons from 1975 to 1994, Westfield's Thunder Island on U.S. 31 offered up miniature golf, go-karting, swimming and more. See the ruins of the place from IndyStar's drone. Thunder Island may have closed in 1994, but the “ghost” of the Westfield waterpark sits as if it waits for the children that will never return. The pools are still there, but they're filled with murky green rainwater.  The miniature-golf-course greens are faded and go-kart track is weedy, but they're still recognizable. Graffiti, nature and wildlife have taken over the once-bustling park. You've probably passed it a hundred times. It's hidden behind a patch of trees and overgrown brush. Thunder Island, situated on 65

  • Academy Leaves Door Open To Netflix, Others After Tussle Over Eligibility Rules
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    Academy Leaves Door Open To Netflix, Others After Tussle Over Eligibility Rules

    After weeks of hand-wringing, vote-wrangling and even some stern finger-wagging from the Department of Justice, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has declined to pursue a controversial proposal to change the Oscars' eligibility rules. That proposal, reportedly pushed by megadirector Steven Spielberg, would have made it difficult for streaming services such as Netflix to compete for the academy's big prizes, by restricting eligibility to just films that got a significant run in theaters. Films that debuted online and only got a limited theatrical release simply would be out of luck. But when the academy's board of governors released its rules for next year's prize — a book that runs

  • The big baddies of the comic world
    The Telegraph

    The big baddies of the comic world

    They are the most hated people. We love to see them getting bashed up, but they have clearly evolved. From being the stereotypical bad guys, they are now giving their superhero nemeses a run for their money. With plots being tweaked around them, some supervillains now have a cult following, rubbing shoulders with superheroes in terms of sheer popularity. t2 lists some iconic supervillains that power some of the biggest superhero franchises. Bane “Ah, you think darkness is your ally. But you merely adopted the dark; I was born in it, moulded by it. I didn't see the light until I was already a man, by then it was nothing to me but BLINDING! The shadows betray you, because they belong to me! I will

  • Blake Lively Wore This Mall Brand on the Red Carpet and Pretended It Was Vintage
    Entertainment Tonight

    Blake Lively Wore This Mall Brand on the Red Carpet and Pretended It Was Vintage

    The actress reveals she used to say her Forever 21 outfits were secondhand treasures because she felt shamed.

  • Mel B Pushing for Spice Girls Las Vegas Residency, Rehearsals for Tour Going Well, Source Says
    Entertainment Tonight

    Mel B Pushing for Spice Girls Las Vegas Residency, Rehearsals for Tour Going Well, Source Says

    Get all the latest details on the girl group's forthcoming reunion tour!

  • Daryl "Chill" Mitchell, RJ Mitte Urge for More Disability Representation in Hollywood
    The Hollywood Reporter

    Daryl "Chill" Mitchell, RJ Mitte Urge for More Disability Representation in Hollywood

    "When people see me, they say, 'Man, you're the only black actor on TV in a wheelchair.' But I'm not proud of that. That's unreal, to be the only," said 'NCIS: New Orleans' star Daryl "Chill" Mitchell on the Television Academy Foundation and Easterseals Southern California's panel Wednesday. "When people see me, they say, 'Man, you're the only black actor on TV in a wheelchair. But I'm not proud of that. That's unreal, to be the only," said NCIS: New Orleans star Daryl "Chill" Mitchell on the Television Academy Foundation and Easterseals Southern California's "Representing Disability in Storytelling" panel Wednesday night in North Hollywood. Presented as part of the Foundation's "Power of TV"

  • Lucifer season 4 trailer asks if Chloe can truly accept the Devil
    Entertainment Weekly

    Lucifer season 4 trailer asks if Chloe can truly accept the Devil

    Lucifer season 4 trailer teases Chloe's reaction Lucifer's devil face

  • 'The Handmaid's Tale' might extend its blessed Emmy reign in Best Drama Guest Actress with Cherry Jones
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    'The Handmaid's Tale' might extend its blessed Emmy reign in Best Drama Guest Actress with Cherry Jones

    Wait, isn't the third season of “The Handmaid's Tale” missing this year's Primetime Emmy Awards cycle with its June 5 premiere date? Yes, it is, since the eligibility period ends on May 31. However, as Gold Derby exclusively revealed earlier this month, Hulu will submit the final three episodes of the show's sophomore season that didn't make last year's eligibility. These “orphaned episodes” are only eligible in categories that recognize individual episodes, which excludes the series, as well as lead and supporting actors from entering in their respective races. Thus, only guest actors are eligible, of which Hulu has submitted Cherry Jones for “Holly” and Bradley Whitford for “Postpartum.” “Handmaid's”

  • Radar Online

    Growing Family? 'Little People's Molly Roloff Scores 4-Bedroom Washington Home For $248K

    Little People, Big World's Molly Roloff has ditched her one-bedroom condo for a beautiful four-bedroom home with her husband, Joel Silvius, RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal. The couple purchased the Spokane, Washington property last year for $248,000 on September 14, according to property records obtained by Radar. The house includes a nursery, play room and a backyard with a swing set. Could Molly, 25, and Joel, who married in August 2017 at the famous family's Oregon farm, be preparing for a new addition to the family? Molly's brother, new dad Zach, was the first to reveal the happy move in an Instagram post. “My little sister Molly and her husband Joel bought a house! Congratulations

  • Pony Bradshaw Previews Debut Album ‘Sudden Opera’ With Haunting ‘Bad Teeth’
    Rolling Stone

    Pony Bradshaw Previews Debut Album ‘Sudden Opera’ With Haunting ‘Bad Teeth’

    Nomadic singer-songwriter writes of coffins, tombstones in ominous ballad

  • ‘The White Crow’ Gives Urgency to the Life of Late, Great Nureyev
    Rolling Stone

    ‘The White Crow’ Gives Urgency to the Life of Late, Great Nureyev

    Playing famed dancer master Alexander Pushkin, Ralph Fiennes also directs his film about the early life of ballet great — which has all the sexual swagger required

  • Kandi Burruss Asks Todd To Weigh In On Debate Over 16-Year-Old Daughter Riley's Little Black Dress
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    Kandi Burruss Asks Todd To Weigh In On Debate Over 16-Year-Old Daughter Riley's Little Black Dress

    Riley Burruss' has been very open about the lifestyle changes she made to live a happier and healthier lifestyle.  Last year, the 16-year-old daughter of Kandi Burruss created serious fitness goals after revealing on social media that she lost a whopping 52lbs in 9 months by changing her diet and working out.  Besides slaying prom with a bold red gown, Riley has proudly been flaunting her tiny waistline on the 'gram. Recently, dressed in a skin-tight little black dress, Riley posted a photo captioned, "Chill Tuesdays." and it's getting a lot of attention!

  • This Teen's Lips Quadrupled in Size After She Ate This Popular Fast Food
    Health

    This Teen's Lips Quadrupled in Size After She Ate This Popular Fast Food

    She thinks she may have developed a surprising allergy.

  • 'Law & Order: SVU's Ice-T Reveals 10 Of Fin's Best & Funniest Lines — Watch
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    'Law & Order: SVU's Ice-T Reveals 10 Of Fin's Best & Funniest Lines — Watch

    There's nothing quite like a Fin zinger. HollywoodLife has an EXCLUSIVE video of Ice-T remembering some of Fin's best and funniest lines on 'Law & Order: SVU.' Fin Tutuola is always keeping everyone on their toes. Over the years, Law & Order: SVU fans have fallen in love with Fin's smart mouth. It's never a dull moment when Fin's around. “Whether it's busting heads or busting balls, nobody gets the one-over on Fin,” Ice-T says in our EXCLUSIVE video. He reminisces with 10 times Fin flipped the script. When Fin and Rollins are going through someone's room, they spot some very interesting photos. “Definitely more wrong here than dirty socks,” Fin says. In another scene when he's interrogating a