Examples of megastar in a Sentence
even a cast of megastars couldn't keep the would-be blockbuster from fizzling at the box office
Recent Examples of megastar from the Web
Meanwhile, megastars like Drake, armed with huge social-media followings, can generate publicity themselves; there’s little upside to giving interviews or forwarding advance copies to critics.
Jake Pentecost, played by Star Wars megastar John Boyega, is a hustler, selling off cars and other expensive pieces of gear for simpler pleasures, like some Oeros or a case of Sriracha.
It will be joined by a 20-foot-tall animatronic statue of Jenny Lind, who was a megastar singer in the 19th century.
On Sunday night, though K-pop megastars EXO claimed center stage, leaders rejoined athletes as a primary focus.
Could the sport, which has seen declines in attendance and television viewers in recent years, survive the retirement of megastars with the cult followers – Jeff Gordon, Tony Stewart, and Junior, NASCAR’s second (or third) coming?
But Smith took that as a sign of weakness from a megastar like Durant.
These days, our favorite celebrities are multi-hyphenate megastars.
The appearance by Hyon, who leads the North Korean all-female group Moranbong Band, attracted breathless coverage of the type normally reserved for South Korea’s K-pop megastars.
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First Known Use of megastar
cause célèbre (also cause celebre), celeb, celebrity, figure, icon (also ikon), light, luminary, name, notability, notable, notoriety, personage, personality, somebody, standout, star, superstar, VIP;
MEGASTAR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of megastar for English Language Learners
: a very famous and successful performer (such as an actor or an athlete)
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