Celebrity

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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  • Alexandra Shulman's Notebook: Smart women don't dress to please men
    Daily Mail

    Alexandra Shulman's Notebook: Smart women don't dress to please men

    I was in Egypt last week so I've only just caught up with the big breaking news, revealed in a Financial Times interview, that David Beckham isn't wild about the way his wife Victoria dresses. Why does she need to wear those weird sleeves and baggy trousers – like the ones pictured below – he ponders? And he could probably go on. How about the high-neck shirts and floor-scraping tent skirts? What happened to those skimpy Posh Spice bandage dresses? Naturally, the fact that she continues to go her own way further endears her to me, as does her husband's understandable confusion about her style. Because it means that they are just like most couples. News broke that David Beckham isn't wild about

  • San Dimas is excited for 'Bill and Ted 3' movie and hoping for a cameo this time
    Whittier Daily News

    San Dimas is excited for 'Bill and Ted 3' movie and hoping for a cameo this time

    Bill and Ted fanatics got the most excellent news this week as Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter announced filming would start for a third installment of the movie franchise. Perhaps no one was more excited by the news than those in San Dimas, the setting for portions of the first two movies, most famously 1989's “Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure.” News of the third movie quickly circled back to City Hall, where leaders for the past three decades have embraced the cult status the series has brought their quiet town. “They may have made the announcement in front of the Hollywood Bowl, but all of a sudden, San Dimas is back on the map,” said Councilman Ryan Vienna, who was in elementary school when

  • Business Standard India

    Jane Seymour still feels 'sexy' in her 60s

    Actress Jane Seymour is embracing the signs of ageing and says she still feels "sexy" in her 60s. "I still feel sexy. I don't do Botox and I'm happy to fly the flag for older women. I've got plenty of wrinkles though. In fact, I'm playing a woman in her 70s right now in 'The Kominsky Method', so I wear a grey wig and have all my wrinkles showing. I'm very happy to do so," Seymour told Closer! magazine. The "Live and Let Die" actress, who has children Katherine, 37, Sean, 33, and 23-year-old twins John and Kristopher from previous relationships, feels her decision to stay true to herself has helped her stay in work, reports femalefirst.co.uk. She said: "I've never had any problems getting roles

  • Akon's Producing His 15-Year-Old Son's First Track, Sounds Eerily Familiar
    TMZ

    Akon's Producing His 15-Year-Old Son's First Track, Sounds Eerily Familiar

    Akon's ready to show off the most prized artist on his roster ... his own son!!! The singer tells TMZ ... his 15-year-old son, Jahvor -- aka Jah -- is getting ready to drop his first EP with some major help from his favorite producer. Akon tells us Jah will appear on his Konvict label sometime in June. We got a sampling from one of the tracks, called "Locked Away" and it features, of course, Akon.  Goes without saying ... Jah's got his pops' voice. Ya might be thinking ... Jah's song is about his dad doing time behind bars back in the late '90s and early 2000s, but you're dead wrong. Akon tells us, "My son wrote the chorus and his verse to symbolize how a kid could be mentally 'locked up' and

  • E! Online

    The Fuller House Cast Subtly References Lori Loughlin at the 2019 Kids' Choice Awards

    Many celebs arrived at the 2019 Kids' Choice Awards, however, there was one star noticeably missing from the event: Lori Loughlin. The 54-year-old actress skipped the star-studded event amid the college admissions scandal. While she's reportedly not expected to return to the fifth season of Fuller House, the TV series was nominated for Favorite Funny TV Show. In fact, they won the award.  Candace Cameron-Bure, Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber attended the ceremony, and took to the stage to accept the award. If anything, they subtly referenced Lori, saying a family "sticks together through the hard times." While they never mentioned her name, their sentiments echoed everything happening to their

  • Michael Jackson Family Claims Wade Robson Changed Story of Abuse in ‘Leaving Neverland’ for Dramatic Effect
    TheBlast

    Michael Jackson Family Claims Wade Robson Changed Story of Abuse in ‘Leaving Neverland’ for Dramatic Effect

    Wade Robson‘s story in “Leaving Neverland” is no doubt captivating, but those who were closest to Michael Jackson claim Robson twisted the facts to make the alleged abuse more sensational for the HBO documentary. Sources within the Michael Jackson Estate and Jackson family tell The Blast they believe Robson is telling a different story, in […] The post Michael Jackson Family Claims Wade Robson Changed Story of Abuse in ‘Leaving Neverland’ for Dramatic Effect appeared first on The Blast.

  • Dr Alien, PhD: the horror classic that academia loves
    the Guardian

    Dr Alien, PhD: the horror classic that academia loves

    It has scared generations of filmgoers; triggered sequels, prequels, computer games and graphic novels; and made a star of Sigourney Weaver. Over the past four decades, dozens of books, hundreds of journal articles and innumerable college courses have analysed, frame by frame, Ridley Scott's story of a bloodthirsty creature stalking the crew of the spaceship Nostromo. Events will include the release of new Blu-ray versions of the film, the screening of a documentary of its making, Memory: The Origins of Alien; and the staging of a two-day symposium, 40 years of Alien, that will be held at Bangor University in May. Speakers will give talks on “Alien and race, ethnicity and otherness”; “Alien and psychoanalysis”; and “Alien and neoliberalism, post-industrialism and the rise of multinational corporations”. Proceedings are scheduled to be published by Oxford University Press.

  • Miami Herald

    Friends through track, life-altering injury, unexpected love

    It may seem like not much has changed for 23-year-old best friends Jack Massey and Tripp Davis in the five years since their Niceville High School's relay team won a state track championship. The two men still work out together at the Eglin Air Force Base gym every day. In the evenings they train on the track for upcoming races, while their weekends are often spent in Jack's childhood bedroom binge-watching TV shows, playing video games and talking about girls. The wheelchair in the corner of Jack's bedroom is the first clue that life has indeed changed. In May 2017, while a junior at the University of Florida, Jack was injured doing a back flip into a shallow pool at an apartment complex near

  • Masala.com

    Star Spotting: Varun Dhawan Twirls Alia Bhatt, Kangana Ranaut Celebrates Her Birthday and Siddharth Malhotra Papped!

    Sunday, 24 March 2019 Being a Bollywood celebrity is no piece of cake! Going to shoots, attending events, flying to different countries for more shoots or events, being papped 24/7! The pressure is real, don't you think? But it's all so exciting and glamorous, they are living the dream and we love to follow up with their lives to give you all the deets! Here are a few clicks - take a look at what your favourite celebs were up to - Arjun Kapoor, Bipasha Basu, Karisma Kapoor and more!

  • R. Kelly's trip to Dubai off for now as contracts reworked
    Channel 8 San Diego

    R. Kelly's trip to Dubai off for now as contracts reworked

    An overseas trip by R. Kelly is in limbo after his attorney asked a judge Friday for more time to provide details to the court about up to five concerts the R&B singer wants to perform next month in Dubai. A Chicago pretrial hearing only briefly touched on a defense motion asking the judge in the sexual abuse case to approve Kelly's travel, portraying him as desperate for concert income to pay bills amid his legal troubles . Attorney Steve Greenberg told reporters outside court that he wanted to gather more information on the concerts to give Judge Lawrence Flood "a certain comfort level" about what the travel and concerts would entail. Kelly's entertainment attorney, Doug Anton, said any trip to the United Arab Emirates was off for now as contracts with Dubai concert organizers are reworked.

  • Concert Review: Yoko Ono Earns a Wide-Ranging, All-Female Salute at Disney Hall
    Variety

    Concert Review: Yoko Ono Earns a Wide-Ranging, All-Female Salute at Disney Hall

    Yoko One was — is — nothing if not an artist of many facets, as someone who started out in the most avant-garde corners of the visual and performance art worlds and ended up having a flair for conventional pop songwriting. Both sides, the disrupter and the sentimentalist, were celebrated in a wide-ranging tribute concert Friday at L.A.'s Walt Disney Hall, where a cast of dozens of women participated in “Breathwatchlistentouch: The Work and Music of Yoko Ono,” as the 86-year-old artist looked on from a few rows back. It was all-female, but not “all-star,” as Girlschool LA, which produced the show in collaboration with the L.A. Phil and the Fluxus Festival, drew on a satisfyingly eclectic mix of mostly local talent for the lineup. One was Garbage's Shirley Manson, who chose a pair of songs that encapsulated Ono's most angst-ridden and domestically tranquil sides.

  • 4th annual Amputee Running Clinic
    KSAZ

    4th annual Amputee Running Clinic

    The Amputee Running Clinic has returned for its fourth year taking place at Grand Canyon University on Saturday. After losing both of his legs serving in the military over in Afghanistan, Steve Martin has advice for anyone embarking on their journey becoming an amputee.

  • Dr. Dre Celebrates Daughter's Legit Acceptance Into USC: "No Jail Time"
    HotNewHipHop

    Dr. Dre Celebrates Daughter's Legit Acceptance Into USC: "No Jail Time"

    While some of Hollywood's stars are facing controversy for their part in bribing admissions officers and top college officials in order to gain their children entry to the United States's top schools , Dr. Dre is making it clear that his daughter has just been accepted into the prestigious institution of the University of Southern California, no bribery necessary. In a new post, the proud father, uploaded a shot of him and his daughter, Truly Young, with her certificate of admissions from the school, adding the caption, "My daughter got accepted into USC all on her own. No jail time!!!"  Naturally, a host of users under the photo were quick to point out the fact that Dre and Jimmy Iovine donated

  • Marvin Gaye review: Today's musicians will find plenty to inspire them
    Daily Mail

    Marvin Gaye review: Today's musicians will find plenty to inspire them

    Marvin Gaye                              You're The Man                                      Out Friday  Rating: Next week it will be 35 years since perhaps the strangest of all pop's sudden departures. On April 1, 1984, Marvin Gaye, a session drummer who had grown into a great soul singer, was shot dead by his father after intervening in a fight between his parents. Gaye's music has never gone away. With What's Going On, Let's Get It On and Got To Give It Up, he turned monosyllables into magic. Those songs have taken their place in the canon, and the Gaye sound – Motown at its most liquid, with every musician pressed into the rhythm section – is still inspiring younger musicians, sometimes too