• Noun: (astronomy) a celestial body of hot gases that radiates energy derived from thermonuclear reactions in the interior
• Noun: someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field
• Noun: any celestial body visible (as a point of light) from the Earth at night
• Noun: a plane figure with 5 or more points; often used as an emblem
• Noun: an actor who plays a principal role
• Noun: a performer who receives prominent billing
• Noun: a star-shaped character * used in printing
• Noun: the topology of a network whose components are connected to a hub
• Verb: feature as the star; example: "The movie stars Dustin Hoffman as an autistic man"
• Verb: be the star in a performance
• Verb: mark with an asterisk; example: "Linguists star unacceptable sentences"
• Adj: indicating the most important performer or role; examples: "the leading man", "prima ballerina", "prima donna", "a star figure skater", "the starring role", "a stellar role", "a stellar performance"
I'm not a rock star. Sure I am, to a certain extent because of the situation, but when kids ask me how it feels to be a rock star, I say leave me alone, I'm not a rock star. I'm not in it for the fame, I'm in it because I like to play.
When, according to habit, I was contemplating the stars in a clear sky, I noticed a new and unusual star, surpassing the other stars in brilliancy. There had never before been any star in that place in the sky.
I don't feel like a star; I never have. I don't feel like a star; I never have. I always feel like I'm the young one, I'm the small one. I always have someone to look up to, and I think it helps me with motivating myself.
I conclude, therefore, that this star is not some kind of comet or a fiery meteor... but that it is a star shining in the firmament itself one that has never previously been seen before our time, in any age since the beginning of the world.
The hardest thing about being in this business is just being able to be yourself. People act like there's this one set of rules to follow to be a pop star and I think, 'Well, you say I'm a pop star, so maybe that's not true.'
Once I even took the train to Utrecht, forty miles from Amsterdam, with my yellow star, this star which I still have. Why did I go? I just wanted to visit some friends. I was a little bit crazy, a little bit insane.