TV star


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Noun1.TV star - a star in a television showTV star - a star in a television show    
principal, star, lead - an actor who plays a principal role
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The reality TV star, 20, posed with her high-end handbag collection - thought to be worth $1million ([euro]800,000).
Summary: The reality TV star worried she wouldn't "care" about her third child as much as her other kids
The 62-year-old TV star, who tied the knot with former ballet dancer Andre Portasio, 37, in August, shared the surprising fact while speaking about life as a newlywed.
com/the-daily-dish/teresa-giudice-husband-joe-giudice-weight-loss-in-prison-video) The Daily Dish ," the 45-year-old reality TV star said that Joe has lost a considerable amount of weight.
I was revolted by my own image, it was rancid" TV star Lisa Riley on an unpleasant side effect of losing weight "When asked how I would like to be remembered, I always say, for about five minutes" Actor Martin Sheen "I've seen some low culture, trust me.
I was revolted by my own image, it was rancid" TV star Lisa Riley on an unpleasant side-effect of losing weight "When asked how I would like to be remembered, I always say, for about five minutes" Actor Martin Sheen "I've seen some low culture, trust me.
GEORDIE Shore TV star Scotty T will be making a guest appearance at a Wrexham nightclub later this month.
When her audition to become a TV star makes her a local celebrity, she uses her new-found fame to fight for equality and bag local heartthrob Link Larkin along the way.
KIM Kardashian lookalike Milana Aslani believes that resembling the reality TV star killed her career.
The TV star and her brother were both born with a rare cancer of the retina.
REALITY TV star Joey Essex will swap Essex for Kidderminster when he joins bingo players in the town next month.
Summary: Rapper Professor Green and Reality TV star Millie Mackintosh were on the red carpet for the 2012 BAFTA Awards.