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It's a sign of an important shift when a leader needs to sprinkle the electoral stardust of Mr Kinnock over a speech.
Tinseltown magic sprinkled its stardust to cast a spell over Southampton, lending the city some of the glamour and glitz of a Hollywood premiere last night.
The presence of Pierce Brosnan to pick up an award for outstanding contribution to Irish cinema may add a bit of stardust to the prizegiving, but the contenders are underwhelming.
Can makeovers, borrowed ideas and a sprinkling of stardust make Howard a winner, or will Boris Johnson become the party's Schwarzenegger?
It is the lure of celebrity, the dazzle of stardust, the yearning for intimacy with the famous that are the most powerful commercial forces in the world today.
These are real, warm, outspoken women, who should have had a word with Curtis, before he morphed into Hughes and sprinkled stardust in their eyes.
Adding a dash of stardust will be Bollywood actresses Urmila Matondkar and Amisha Patel.
That great sprinkling of stardust over a plausibly assumed ‘ordinariness’ with which we identify is what chemistry is all about.
The comedy circuit on the Fringe has been a trading floor, with television and radio producers buying talent and sprinkling stardust over performers.
He might have never made it to superstardom in Bollywood, but this has not stopped him from chasing glittering stardust dreams elsewhere.
He coaches on the show and will soon be sprinkling some stardust on her debut album.
With the Sun warming your aura, cheerleader Mars egging you on and generous Jupiter strewing your path with stardust, you Cancerians are this month's lucky ducks.
They achieve this by offering us ludicrous caricatures of designers, while calculating that just enough design stardust will simultaneously adhere to their products to make the connection worthwhile.
An experienced financial journalist, Jamieson also hopes to contribute some of his stardust to the Scottish Policies Institute, the right-wing think tank set up by the Barclay brothers and sidekick Andrew Neil.
All life on this planet had its origins in stardust which probably brought the microscopic building blocks of life through tractless space.