media darling

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media darling

A very famous and popular person who receives exceptionally positive media coverage or attention. Ever since the election season began, the presidential hopeful has become quite the liberal media darling. The rising star has captured the world with her talent and beauty, becoming one of the biggest media darlings of recent times.
See also: darling, media
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I'd describe him as the media darling of the habagat season.
Each brand is practically dessert royalty, and many are arriving in Taiwan for the very first time such as Tokyo Jiyugoaka's hottest new Chocolaphil, BAKER'S CUSTARD which sold a record of 300 Cookie Cubes a minute, Hong Kong Dessert Godfather Tony Wang's Sweet Boutique de Tony Wong Palmiers, Hong Kong social media darling Jovial Patisserie and the renowned Hokkaido souffle-style pancake Tsubaki Salon.
The 4-year-old social media darling once again impressed her fans and followers, this time throwing a playful punch at no less than Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Brady still has the boyish good looks and flashy smile that made him a media darling back then, but he also has five Super Bowl rings and a ridiculously lengthy list of team and NFL records to go along with lots and lots of wins.
Activated on February 14, 2016, she has quickly become a media darling, appearing on major media outlets around the world, igniting the interest of people regardless of age, gender, and culture, even gracing the cover of one of the top fashion magazines.
She has become a media darling, appearing in major media outlets around the world, even gracing the cover of one of the top fashion magazines.
She has become a media darling, appearing on major media outlets around the world, even gracing the cover of one of the top fashion magazines.
She calls herself "the media darling," but we all know that former queen bee Meera has courted controversy far more frequently than she has made movies.
The fall in share value comes amid growing investor concern that the digital media darling faces significant growth challenges in the months ahead.
Upon achieving such a celebrity status, Arshad Khan has become a media darling! In a recent interview, the "chaiwala," Arshad Khan, was asked which celebrity did he think he looked like?
THE LAST LEG Channel 4, 10.00pm Boris Johnson's status as a media darling was initially discovered by satirical panel show Have I Got News For You.
Stern Vern could never be accused of being a media darling, and Jones' words were grist to the mill for the dour Kiwi, who chimed: "I don't know how Eddie works that out.
The Lib Dems may be dead and buried but I predict Kennedy will remain a media darling for years to come.
As Tong became a media darling, tuna fleets continued to operate in the reserve and even shark-finning, a practice banned in many countries' water, was occurring there.
Embiid is proving to be a media darling in the mold of Shaquille O'nea, another behemoth center who used his charm and funny one-liners to score a career in broadcasting after his retirement.
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