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have stardust in (one's) eyes

To be uncritically or unrealistically optimistic.
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The vigil will be held on the Stardust Nightclub site at 6.
With the Stardust, we have taken a market umbrella and reinvented it into a more cutting edge, contemporary star-shaped shade alternative," said Candy Chase, national sales manager, Treasure Garden.
Stardust, born Bernard Jewry in London, who later became Shane Fenton and latterly Alvin Stardust under the management of Lord Michael Levy's Magnet Records, died last month from prostate cancer.
He signed his first record deal in 1961 as the frontman of Shane Fenton And The Fentones but only became famous when he took on the name Alvin Stardust in 1973.
Stardust, who lived in West Sussex, was still performing until recently and working on a new album which is due for release next month.
In the early 1970s, he changed his stage name to Alvin Stardust and forged a new chart career, with seven top 10 records, including his debut, My Coo Ca Choo, in 1973, Jealous Mind, and You, You.
Stardust - real name Bernard Jewry - started out in the music business in the 1960s but became a huge star on the back of the 1970s glam rock craze, scoring hits with Stardust - real name Bernar d Jewry - started out in the music business in the 1960s but became a huge star on the back of the 1970s glam rock craze, scoring hits with tracks including My Coo Ca Choo and Jealous Mind.
New Delhi, July 15 ( ANI ): Actor Jackie Shroff was spotted inaugurating the Stardust Acting Academy in Mumbai.
Abbey Road to Ziggy Stardust is an amazing history suitable for any popular music collection and covers the influence of recording engineer and producer Ken Scott, who worked on many classic rock songs of the 20th century and who has earned many awards for his productions, including Gold, Platinum and Diamond record sales awards, multiple Grammy nominations, and more.
David Bowie and the Story of Ziggy Stardust (BBC Four, Friday, 9pm) * KICKING off a night of programmes dedicated to the musical genius that is David Bowie is this documentary, tracing the history of one of his most famous personas - Ziggy Stardust.
Before Lady Gaga was born former art student Bowie had already taken on a range of outrageous alter egos, and been pictured in many bizarre, often androgynous outfits - including his sexually ambivalent character Ziggy Stardust.
When NASA's Stardust spacecraft returned samples of Comet 81P/Wild 2 to Earth in early 2006, its mission seemed complete.
New portraits of Comet Tempel 1 recorded during a Valentine's Day encounter with NASA's Stardust spacecraft reveal pitting, erosion and other surface features that weren't there in July 2005, the only other time the object was photographed at close range.
NASA's Stardust probe made its closest approach to comet Tempel-1 on Monday night, marking the first time a comet has ever been revisited by a spacecraft.
WIN tickets to see rock 'n' roller Alvin Stardust in concert.