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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Although the TV star has been able to stay relevant after her exit from the Big Brother House, thanks to social media, she seems to have had enough of its unofficial judges.
Sources close to the reality TV star told (https://www.eonline.com/shows/kardashians/news/1031037/inside-kourtney-kardashian-s-family-friendly-birthday-trip-with-scott-disick-and-sofia-richie) E!
THE TV star looks like she can't make her way out of a catfight, but she is actually someone who can start it.
South Korean boy band, BTS took the title home ranking in at number one, followed by Indian TV star Vivian Dsena.
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HERE'S a look at the spectacular home that's set to get a makeover by reality TV star Kendall Jenner - a sprawling mansion that used to be owned by Charlie Sheen.
Countryfile's Skelton was pitted against the reality TV star, while The Saturdays' Vanessa White was victorious over S Club 7's Hannah Spearritt.
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.