Fascinated or greatly impressed by famous people, especially those connected with the cinema or the theatre: I was a star-struck cinemagoer
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- One reason The Motorcycle Diaries is such a joy to watch is that it's not star-struck about its famous subject.
- When Mikhail Baryshnikov performed in London recently, the ecstatic screams from star-struck audience members only served to highlight how few current dancers can provoke that kind of reaction.
- Bette Davis plays Margo Channing, a great Broadway actress who takes a star-struck Eve Harrington under her wing.
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