All this, while turning stars into superstars and megastars , while making the good look great and the average look good, has also created a mass of sports fans craving for intimate details of sports stars/idols.
a very famous person, especially in the world of entertainment.
While criticism of his on-field performances have been rare, there are those who believe his 'megastar' celebrity status detract from his footballing abilities.
We did not pick a 'megastar' , a great sports figure or anyone with a lot of flash.
As Springsteen became a 'megastar' in the mid '80s he was able to enlist big name directors to helm many of his videos.
The audience listened to what the superstar and the 'megastar' had to say in rapt attention, though it was a much-seen ‘you scratch my back, I scratch yours’.
Currently a resident of the wealthy region of Fulmer in Buckinghamshire, it must feel strange to a Hollywood 'megastar' such as Angelina to not be the richest person in the entire street.
The downside to this top heavy parade of 'megastardom' is that secondary characters barely get a look in.
Since every viewer knows that 8 Mile is based on the life of the man who plays its hero, megastar rapper Eminem, we duly assume that Rabbit is also headed for 'megastardom' .
National media will flock to NFL training camps next week, cameras and microphones affixed on the 'megastars' of the league.
Although the band ultimately broke up, Gilder has continued on either on stage or behind the scenes for 25 years, writing hit songs for other 'megastars' and performing his own unique brand of music.
Unknown singers hoping to be tomorrow's 'megastars' play their hearts out for appreciative beer drinkers and cigarette smokers.
The narrowing variety of music around has a knock-on effect on musicians - who can find themselves quickly dumped if they don't become 'megastars' , or tied to contracts they could better if they do hit the big time.
One reason 'megastars' may line up to play is the chance to project themselves on a global stage - and thus boost their attractiveness to multinational sponsors.
These two quarterbacks have the skills to become 'megastars' because of their ability to pass and run.
Ferguson, one of the last of the old-style authoritarian gaffers, has had those rules challenged in a world that makes some footballers behave like Hollywood 'megastars' .
How the small-time actors feel about the gulf that separates them from 'megastars' who make megabucks is not discussed.
The trio of 'megastars' were appearing in Dublin for two sell-out shows at the end of their Ultimate Event world tour.
Even after 'megastardom' hit him, the quality of his work did not decline appreciably.
He was tipped for 'megastardom' but, unlike his two legendary disciples, he all but disappeared, sidetracked by drink and drugs, botched love affairs and a lusty appetite for violence.
All this, while turning stars into superstars and 'megastars' , while making the good look great and the average look good, has also created a mass of sports fans craving for intimate details of sports stars/idols.
Fortunately, Crowe's ascent to 'megastardom' has brought at least one of these forgotten films out on DVD for us to enjoy belatedly.
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