Examples of stardom in a Sentence
an actress who has achieved movie stardom
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Peters’ and Kelce’s rises to relative stardom in the NFL have been fertilized by Reid’s style.
My one complaint is that finding a restaurant here with consistent and great service is not easy—most everyone is trying for stardom after all.
With the sudden rise to stardom of Marcus Asensio, as well as trying to accommodate the likes of Isco and Lucas Vázquez, Bale is not guaranteed a first-team spot at the Santiago Bernabéu.
Others, like Pamela Anderson and Jenny McCarthy, were launched to stardom after appearing as Playmates.
Kaia Gerber may be on the fast track to supermodel stardom, but the face of Marc Jacobs Beauty is not unlike the rest of her peer set.
Looking back to the 1980s, a recent documentary about George Michael—narrated by the late singer himself—provides some personal insight into his journey through stardom.
Middle linebacker Jordan Hicks appears to be on the verge of stardom.
The photographs include both family images and stunning studio portraits that defined both Dietrich’s film stardom and the highest level of Hollywood glamour.
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