celebritynoun

  • ja有名人
  • ena person who is famous, especially in the entertainment industry

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Mr. Potter.
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Our new celebrity.
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Mario Lopez is right there in the VIP.
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So, how do we get him to come to your party?
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Say we're his biggest fans?
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No, Jake. Celebrities despise their fans.
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I came home to a very long line at the bakery.
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- Did you check—? - I checked it. Twice.
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I guess we have you to thank for that.
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One of the upsides of being a celebrity.
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How much lighter fluid can I take on the plane?
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And before you answer, remember, I'm a celebrity.
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- Go to the market, set up a store, right? - Yeah.
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- Yeah. - "Asgardian Wear, previously owned by Thor."
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I'm a celebrity, that will sell like hotcakes.
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Attention, squad.
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I just received a call.
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A very important, very high-profile celebrity was robbed in our precinct.
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Mr. Charles, you're not the first celebrity junkie l've treated.
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You're probably wondering, "What are we doing here today?
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Why is an international celebrity talking to me?"