Examples of stardom in a Sentence
an actress who has achieved movie stardom
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Indeed, multiple talent reps guiding the next A-list agree that the road to stardom for emerging talent today does, in large part, hinge on a varied résumé.
The midfield maestro, along with his teammates, has catapulted himself to overnight stardom, and has been receiving personal plaudits aplenty for his performances across the tournament, which ultimately landed him the Golden Ball award.
The Magic picked Hezonja fifth overall in the 2015 NBA Draft, and stardom seemed like a possibility.
In the report, many of the women allege that Toback approached them on the streets of New York City and promised stardom.
Leave your questions in advance here: Los Angeles Times L.A. STORIES Petty dies: Tom Petty, who rode to the pinnacle of pop music stardom with his beloved and long-running rock band the Heartbreakers, died Monday at 66.
Pop stardom back then was beginning to be more all-encompassing, and the rise of MTV helped transform the game into one that was as much optical as aural—something Madonna understood intuitively.
Google Doodle's animated video tells her story, from childhood to stardom, and features her singing her hit single Bidi Bidi Bom Bom.
Their accounts hint at the sweep of Weinstein's alleged harassment, targeting women on the way to stardom, those who had barely acted and others in between.
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