Some articles on celebrities:

List Of Celebrities Involved With Wrestle Mania
... WWE involves celebrities in the WrestleMania events to gain more hype and media attention for the event, in this way receiving more attraction to the event, pay-per-view buys, and ... The celebrities involved with WrestleMania events have come from a range of occupations, including singing, acting, professional boxing, and modeling, and ... There have been exceptions, however, in which celebrities have had a professional wrestling role ...
Les Poupées De Paris - History
... only, complete with music, comedy, horror, celebrities and topless puppets ... In addition to original characters, many of the puppets were modeled after celebrities ... so they were able to get many celebrities to record voices for their puppets ...
Making Music (magazine) - Featured Celebrities and Cover Stories
... The magazine is known to feature celebrities who are recognizable to the public for something other than music (acting, politics, advocacy, etc.) giving them a chance show off their musical side ... These celebrities may not often get the opportunity to talk about the enjoyment they get from making music ... Celebrities featured and upcoming include Celebrity Occupation Jeff Daniels Actor, Dumb and Dumber Lisa Glasberg Radio Personality for Howard Stern David Pogue Author, New York Times Columnist Robin Meade ...
Lady Edith Foxwell
... in London's famous Embassy Club, where celebrities mixed with the aristocracy ... In her role as a producer's wife she began meeting many celebrities and showed the forcefulness of her personality when she locked the Welsh poet Dylan Thomas in a room for five days, forcing ... in Mayfair, which was London's first modern New York-style nightclub and which attracted many celebrities - including Marvin Gaye, who was a frequent guest at Sherston, Lady Edith's Wiltshire estate ...

Famous quotes containing the word celebrities:

    Passengers in 1937 totaled 270,000; so many of these were celebrities that two Newark newspapers ran special airport columns.
    —For the State of New Jersey, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)

    A society that presumes a norm of violence and celebrates aggression, whether in the subway, on the football field, or in the conduct of its business, cannot help making celebrities of the people who would destroy it.
    Lewis H. Lapham (b. 1935)