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Old comments from Justin Timberlake, Spears’s ex-boyfriend at the height of her fame, were among the many that surged back into public view.

Brown, 40, exploded into Internet fame last week when she posted her saga to TikTok.

Travis Scott has been able to straddle the line between social media popularity and traditional fame better than virtually any celebrity of the moment, which doubtlessly contributed to the overall success of the McDonald’s campaign.

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Humiliated and disappointed by Spanish governance, he decided to seek his own wealth and fame in piracy.

As Times critic-at-large Wesley Morris points out in the episode, Spears rose to fame during the Bill Clinton-Monica Lewinsky scandal, when young women’s sexual desires were being discussed in public at once frankly, pruriently and scornfully.

Her post-crown fame, though, only further begs the question: Why has there not been another Jewish Miss America since 1945?

Tim Russert and I are driving back to the Albany airport after taking our kids to the baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown.

Any restaurant with a sustained fame ends up becoming a set, of sorts, and on that front, Sotto Sotto cinched it.

We might have thought The Comeback was about a desperate actress's shameless struggle for fame.

She is using this technique, which generations of African-Americans have used for survival, for fame and profit.

It was by popularizing tobacco in France that he gained a lasting fame.

He achieved his highest fame from his connection with the revision of the statutes of New York.

That first 'pinch' was its own priceless reward, far above present appreciation or future fame.

We have heard the fame thereof, our hands grow feeble: anguish hath taken hold of us, as a woman in labour.

As these lines are not in the original, the writer may have taken them from Chaucer's Hous of Fame, ll.


On this page you'll find 100 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fame, such as: acclaim, character, dignity, glory, greatness, and honor.

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