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    Fame: the Musical Sensation By JoJo Lau Eagle’s Eye Reporter If you are a musical fan like me‚ then “Fame” is definitely the movie of the year. Although the average actors are in their teens‚ they act very well. Other than this‚ it definitely made me want to take dancing classes. “Fame” is an updated version of a 1980’s TV show ‘Fame’. It is about the lives of a group of students at a New York performing-arts high school. This remake features a lot of gleaming performances‚ and complex

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    Effects of fame on celebrities The fame of celebrities always plays an important role in society. The Media gives a big part of their resources to celebrities. Society is very interested in star’s life. They buy “gossip” magazines and avidly read news about them. Have you ever thought about effects of fame on celebrities? There are three effects: lack of freedom‚ scandals and gossip and impact on children of celebrities. First‚ celebrities cannot feel free and relaxed in public places. They

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    FAME: A Blessing or a curse? Many definitions have been given about the fame but what is it exactly: is it a blessing or a curse? There can be no doubt that being famous has beneficial effects on an individual’s life‚ but there are also certain drawbacks of being famous. First of all‚ there are many advantages of being famous. The famous people have lot of money and as a result they can have a comfortable life; they can live in luxurious houses and drive expensive cars. They adore celebrities

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    Fame and Positive Aspects

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    Advantages and disadvantages of being famous (essay) - Wady i zalety bycia sławnym (rozprawka) Almost everybody would like to be famous. It is commonly thought that extremely popular people do not have to face any problems and lead careless lives. We can watch them on the news‚ we can see their photos in the newspapers and wish we could be them – rich‚ talented and admired. Yes‚ we are jealous because we would like everybody’s attention to be focused on us. It seems that we can see only positive

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    Lady Gaga The Fame songs

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    Scores for Keyboard SCORE FREE Just Dance LoveGame Paparazzi Paper Gangsta Poker Face The Fame Songbook Copyright © 2001-2008 - Transcription by Deusdet Coppen to MUSIC PUBLISHING Score Free - Artist Lady GaGa Words & Music by Aliaune Thiam‚ Stefani Germanotta and Nadir Khayat Copyright © 2007 Adaptation and Transcription by Deusdet Coppen Publishing Rights for Artist Lady GaGa assigned to MUSIC - Score free Copyright © 2001-2008 - Transcription by Deusdet Coppen to MUSIC

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    fabrication‚ Cooperstown is universally viewed as the cradle of baseball. The Hall of Fame was built in 1936 as a shrine to everything and everyone great about the game. It would serve as the custodian of the game’s history. Above all‚ it would be a place to recognize the greatest players in the game. Each year‚ new players are enshrined in the Hall of Fame and take their place among the all-time greats. The Baseball Hall of Fame is a museum. The red brick building houses the relics of baseball’s past. It’s

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    “Our preoccupation with fame is at least partly explained by our immersion in a media-saturated world that constantly tells us‚ as Braudy described it‚ “we should [be famous] if we possibly can‚ because it is the best‚ perhaps the only‚ way to be.””(Chaudhry 635) While a lot of people are fascinated by the self-expression and democracy facilitated by the new technology that is constantly being developed in society today in this new blogger democracy‚ Lakshmi Chaudhry published an article titled “Mirror

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    All about glory

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    2010 If you’re that type of person that wants attention and money than yes‚ fame and glory are worth seeking. If not‚ then no‚ don’t go searching after fame and glory if it’s not what makes you happy. Search for what makes you happy. Disagree. Fame and glory don’t always make you content especially if you have no one to share it with. There are also other goals worth pursueing. calligrapherz Sep 27‚ 2010 Disagree. Fame and glory are not what makes people happy. It can add to it if used in the

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    Lady Gaga

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    Research Paper One of the most well-known celebrities today is Lady Gaga. She walked into the spotlight in 2008‚ and now 4 years later she is followed by millions of “little monsters‚” (what Gaga fan’s call themselves) and is ranked as one of the top moneymakers‚ grossing more than 25 million dollars in 2011 alone. Lady Gaga is not only a pop star; she is a humanitarian‚ equal right’s activist‚ fashion icon‚ and artist. Lady Gaga was born Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta on March 28‚ 1986

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    look again.” The fourth stanza‚ “I got a butler‚ a maid‚ and a mansion; the belief is that I’m living out a millionaires fantasy; with Phantoms and Ferraris in the driveway; but you see‚ it came in exchange of a man’s sanity” expresses that money and fame carries many burdens including mental ones. This is also expressed in the lines‚ “Apparently it’s damaging the man you see before you” and “Your vision jaded by the Grammies on the mantelpiece; just switch your camera lenses; you would see the agony”

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