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have stardust in (one's) eyes

To have an overly idealistic or optimistic outlook, usually regarding one's hopes for success. I doubt she'll actually become a famous actress—she just has stardust in her eyes.
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have stardust in (one's) eyes

To be uncritically or unrealistically optimistic.
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Sun Metals is advancing its 100% owned flagship, high-grade Stardust Project located in northcentral British Columbia, Canada.
| Stardust Memories will be on display at the museum from September 22 to November 17.
And if David Bowie was Ziggy Stardust, his backing band was the Spiders From Mars - Yorkshire lads in platform heels, Mick Woodmansey on drums, Trevor Bolder on bass, and Mick Ronson on guitar, a man who rivalled Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page and Deep Purple's Ritchie Blackmore as the pre-eminent axe hero of the day.
Andrew Westphal, a senior member of the Stardust team and an astrophysicist at the University of California, Berkeley, urged investigators to seek out more Kuiper Belt material to study on Earth because of its unique origins.
With the introduction of the Stardust, Treasure Garden, answers the trend in artistry of shade design.
Stardust, 56, had previously admitted failing to comply with the requirements of the sex offences prevention order.
David Bowie during the Ziggy Stardust tour he brought to Teesside.
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.
Of the decision to buy the Swansea house, Stardust said: "I was born in the East End and both my mother and father were from big families so I had a lot of uncles, aunts and cousins and that has all gone now.
The sad death of Alvin Stardust brought to mind his hits like My Coo Ca Choo but I'd forgotten that, at the height of his fame in the mid-70s, he was in the Green Cross Code ads.
TRIBUTES have been paid to singer and actor Alvin Stardust who has died aged 72 after a short illness.
were last night tardust after he lost his battle with cancer TRIBUTES were last night paid to Alvin Stardust after he lost his battle with cancer at the age of 72.
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.
SINGER and actor Alvin Stardust died yesterday aged 72 after a short illness.