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Title: Celebrity Infatuation

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Subject: Art
Author: David Stern
Date: July 1, 2009
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So is it surprising that this teenage girl is keeping her fictional relationship? Will our obsession with celebrities ever cease? As long as the media dedicates themselves to the glorification of the celebrity, the obsession will continue. We will continue to call apon celebrities to host red cross telethons and give the terminator the upper hand during a political election...

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We will continue to call apon celebrities to host red cross telethons and give the terminator the upper hand during a political election. We’ll hear about Tom Cruise’s rants on psychiatry and Angelina Jolie’s efforts to save third world countries one child at a time on shows such as The Insider, Entertainment Tonight & Acess Hollywood...

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