Definition of 'celebrity status'
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His celebrity status will help find new sponsors. The Sun (2016)Which may be true for fans of limitless wealth and celebrity status, but not for me. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The celebrity status of footballers has led to increasingly personal abuse. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Just shows that if you have the money and celebrity status the law is different for you. The Sun (2008)She was also said to have been concerned about her waning celebrity status. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But critics accused the star of using her celebrity status to get special treatment. The Sun (2008)If they are prepared to make money from their celebrity status they should be prepared to risk having their lives closely examined. The Sun (2011)And he reckons darts is experiencing a massive surge in popularity because of footballers' celebrity status. The Sun (2008)You've acquired this odd celebrity status. The Sun (2008)Despite their global celebrity status, has any of this actually made any real difference? The Sun (2014)But the comedienne took time Wednesday night to reflect on the downside of her celebrity status. Christianity Today (2000)She had that celebrity status. Times, Sunday Times (2009)In her hometown of Sunderland, she has a kind of celebrity status. The Sun (2015)And she's excited by the free gifts she's being sent on account of her celebrity status. The Sun (2012)And it's not often that either of them meets anyone fresh who isn't bowled over by their celebrity status. The Sun (2013)
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Used Rarely. celebrity status is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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