[Xzibit song] "Paparazzi" is a song by rapper Xzibit and appears on his debut album At the Speed of Life. The track became the rapper`s breakout single, and is often seen as his signature song. The track was produced by Thayod Ausar, who provides a classical sample from Gabriel Fauré`s "Pav...
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[Noun] A group of photographers who follow famous people around, taking photographs of them for the press.
Example: The paparazzi are constantly pursuing film celebrities.
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[2004 film] The film chronicles the life of a popular Hollywood movie star in the aftermath of a tragic car accident caused by four paparazzo tabloid photographers. ==Plot== Bo Laramie (Hauser) is a famous Hollywood actor dealing with the negative sides of high publicity. After his wife (Tun...
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Paparazzi pɑːpəˈrɑːtsi (singular: (m) Paparazzo lang or (f) Paparazza) is an Italian term used to refer to photojournalists who specialize in candid photography of athletes, celebrities, politicians, and other prominent people. Paparazzi tend to be independent contractors, unaffiliated with a...
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[disambiguation] Paparazzi are photographers who take candid pictures of celebrities. Paparazzi may also refer to: ...
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[video game] Paparazzi (known as Simple 2000 Series Vol. 53: The Camera Kozou in Japan) is a 2005 simulation game published by 505 Gamestreet for the PlayStation 2. It is a simulation of being a photographer and the game revolves around taking pictures of models and winning competitions by t...
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[1998 film] Paparazzi is a 1998 French comedy film, directed by Alain Berbérian. ==Plot== Franck Bordoni (Patrick Timsit) loses job as a night watchman when he finds himself inadvertently on the front cover of a popular magazine. The photograph was taken while he was enjoying a football mat...
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[Lady Gaga song] "Paparazzi" is a song by American recording artist Lady Gaga. It was released as the final single from her debut album The Fame (2008). Written by Rob Fusari and Gaga, the song portrays Gaga`s struggles in her quest for fame, as well as balancing success and love. Musically,...
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[Lady Gaga] This peer review discussion has been closed. I`ve listed this article for peer review because I believe it has the potential to become a GA and, if I dare risk sending such a controversial subject to FAC, an FA. A peer review is definitely needed first, however, to iron out any p...
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[talk show] On May 22, 2011, the shows timeslot was changed to 2:30pm and 4:00pm. On June 5, 2011, its original timeslot throughout its run was 4:00pm. The New Afternoon Talk Show Gained positive reviews and critical acclaim and feedback by international followers because of its advances in ...
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1) Celebrity-chasing photographers 2) Some shooting stars? 3) They're concerned with shooting stars
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