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Now is the only time you actually own the time, Place no faith in time, for the clock may soon be still for ever." Well what is a celeb today they deem you a celeb if you just appear on some TV reality crap show today.I think the UK has gone downhill in the last 20 years that people are dreaming to have fame themselves.

t=179580 Don't forget to visit the Rolex & Attire thread too! t=215077 Have to agree about the Xfactor now it should be called the Joke factor and lets be honest the so called celeb in the jungle is not much better.The UK today is gone so called celebrity mad just look at all the celeb magazines and the so called celeb reality TV.Why they think we want to see in the papers say the Beckhams have watched a football match together god only knows.To me a celeb is someone who has lasted the distance like Mc Cartney, Lionel Richie, Harrison Ford and not a fly by flash in the pan.Recently the EE ad has Kevin Bacon on there who consider he is an A lister.Things got pretty awkward between ex-lovers Dec, 40, and Ashley, 34, on Saturday Night Takeaway tonight.

When playing Ant vs Dec, host Stephen Mulhern asked the question, "What's difficult to get your leg over?

Declan Donnelly is an English television presenter, singer, comedian and actor who came to prominence as one half of the English television presenting and acting and former music duo Ant & Dec (formerly known as PJ & Duncan).

Over the years, he and the other half of Ant & Dec, Anthony Mc Partlin have found success as TV presenters, presenting numerous popular shows such as The duo has also presented multiple Brit Awards. Achievements His years of services to the entertainment and broadcasting industries earned him an OBE (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) in 2016.

Thank god for the off button its a great pity we could not off most of these so called celebs.

"The clock of life is wound but once, and no man has the power to tell just when the hands will stop.

The media refers to him as a “national treasure” for contributing to British television for over 20 years, and he was honored with an OBE for his services to broadcasting in 2016.