CELEBRITIES & FAME
LES CÉLÉBRITÉS – CELEBRITIES
Les célébrités sont connues pour beaucoup, et dans certains cas, pour rien de tout!
Celebrities are known for a lot or in certain cases, nothing at all!
Un personnage public ou une célébrité est une personne largement reconnue ou célèbre qui attire sur elle l’attention du public et des médias.
A public figure or a celebrity is a person who is mostly known or famous who attracts attention from the public or the media.
Les gens qui veulent toujours être au premier plan, sont eux qui vivent à travers la célébrité.
People who always want to be in the limelight, are those that live through celebrity.
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Rien de tout – Nothing at all
Attirer l’attention – To attract the attention
Vouloir être au premier plan = to wish or want to be in the limelight.
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