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They'll immediately appear in celebrity magazines and on entertainment programs and be touted as the Next Big Thing, and they'll give interviews in every medium possible. They'll show up to host 's list of the 50 Most Beautiful People and, if they're female, the "Top 100 Hottest Women" list of any men's magazine. The Hollywood Hype Machine is very fickle, but has a never-ending supply of willing young stars and starlets ready to take the place of the old one.Meanwhile, failed stars will suddenly drop off these lists. The reason that magazines, tabloids and TV shows (even ones unaffiliated with Hollywood studios) get into it is because, by pushing these new big stars, they can have big headlines and have paparazzi follow around, thus selling more magazines and getting higher ratings.It's likely that every major star of today, good and bad, has at one point benefited from this.Women seem more affected by this than men, perhaps as a result of roles and stardom coming to the most recent pretty new girl on the scene.The main exceptions are, of course, young Pretty Boy actors whose main purpose is to make young women squee their way to the theater.
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