Tuesday, 28 April 2020

F4Thought #147 - Celebrity

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#F4Thought #147 - Celebrity
What does the word celebrity mean to you? Have you ever accidentally met a celebrity?
Are you friends with a celebrity?
Last week so many wonderful bloggers linked up to tell Food for Thought all about their lockdown experiences.

Spotlight post #146 by Jupiter Grant.

 
Twenty one writers shared their work so a spotlight roundup of three posts was published. The lovely Jupiter Grant highlighted those that resonated with her. And you can find her choices here...

Prompt #147 Celebrity

The word celebrity has changed in meaning over the years. It originated from the word celebrated -
 “The actress is celebrated throughout London for her wit and charm”. 

In Victorian times it evolved further and was used as an adjective -
“Oscar Wilde enjoys a degree of celebrity on account of his colourful personality and writing.”

Now a days it is used as a noun - the subject of the sentence - 
"xx is a celebrity."

Write in anyway you wish about the topic of Celebrity. Or include some images if they are your own. Perhaps a poem about your favourite celebrity.
Older posts are welcome if they are about the topic. 


Here are a few questions to get you thinking...

  • What does the word celebrity mean to you? 
  • Have you ever accidentally met a celebrity?
  • Are you friends with a celebrity? 
  • Perhaps you, yourself, have had your ten minutes in the celebrity spotlight?

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Header image of Ingrid Bergman from Pixabay.


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