What is another word for Celebrities?

Pronunciation: [səlˈɛbɹɪtiz] (IPA)

Celebrities are people who are famous for their talents, achievements or reputation. They are highly recognized and followed by their admirers. There are numerous synonyms for the term "celebrities" such as Stars, VIP's, Icons, Public Figures, Personalities, Notables, A-listers, Noteworthy Persons, Elite, Pundits, Luminaries, and Bigwigs. These people are often in the limelight due to their work in entertainment, politics, sports, business or any other field. A celebrity is a popular personality who attains global recognition due to their talent, hard work, and contribution to society. They play a crucial role in inspiring and motivating people across the world.

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Usage examples for Celebrities

But on the whole we may boast of feminine Celebrities that need not shrink from the comparison.
"George Eliot"
Mathilde Blind
We shall have all Paris-that is to say, all the best artists, all the Celebrities.
"Monsieur Cherami"
Charles Paul de Kock
He yielded to the fascinating pursuit of rare and curious editions, of old prints of Celebrities, and of personal belongings of distinguished individuals; but how far these impulses were irresistible and how much he was mad only in craft, like Hamlet, it is impossible to say.
"Eugene Field, A Study In Heredity And Contradictions"
Slason Thompson

Famous quotes with Celebrities

  • Celebrities, even insignificant ones like me, are created to be abused by the Great Unwashed.
    Poppy Z. Brite
  • Celebrities become divas because they get pampered so much, babied so much - then they get used to it.
    Adrian Grenier
  • Celebrities are nowhere as rich as some people think they are.
    Robin Leach
  • Celebrities meet a lot of people and we just can't maintain them all in our fuddled brains.
    Cliff Richard
  • Celebrities say the darnedest things.
    Bridgette Wilson

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