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Celebs Who Didn't Get The Memo They Aren't Famous Anymore

We've all heard the term "fame is fleeting," but for the celebs on this list, they somehow missed the memo. Of course, there are definitely different echelons in the celebrity hierarchy. For example, Julia Roberts on the red carpet, sporting a full set of borrowed Harry Winston diamonds? Of course. Frankie Grande right behind her wearing a metric ton of glitter and a body paint shirt? Yeah, not so much.

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Celebs Who Didn't Get The Memo They Aren't Famous Anymore

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    Stars Who Need To Realize They Aren't Famous Anymore - Nicki Swift

    Stars Who Need To Realize They Aren't Famous Anymore - Nicki Swift

    We've all heard the term "fame is fleeting," but for the celebs on this list, they somehow missed the memo. Of course, there are definitely different echelons in the celebrity hierarchy. For example, Julia Roberts on the red carpet, sporting a full set of borrowed Harry Winston diamonds? Of course. Frankie Grande right behind her wearing a metric ton of glitter and a body paint shirt? Yeah, not so much.

    YouTube Stars Who Haven't Figured Out They Aren't Famous Anymore - Nicki Swift

    YouTube Stars Who Haven't Figured Out They Aren't Famous Anymore - Nicki Swift

    YouTube might not have changed that much in terms of aesthetics since it first began hosting videos in 2005, but the days when anyone with a camera and a wacky idea could launch a successful channel are long gone. Within the last few years, wholesale changes have arrived. Alterations to the platform algorithms left some top creators furious in 2016; the infamous YouTube Adpocalypse arrived in 2017; and an overhaul of the monetization rules was introduced in 2018, hitting the smallest creators the hardest. In short, making a name for yourself on YouTube is more difficult now than it's ever been before, and staying on top is just as tricky.

    Pop Stars Who Haven't Figured Out They Aren't Famous Anymore

    Pop Stars Who Haven't Figured Out They Aren't Famous Anymore

    YouTube might not have changed that much in terms of aesthetics since it first began hosting videos in 2005, but the days when anyone with a camera and a wacky idea could launch a successful channel are long gone. Within the last few years, wholesale changes have arrived. Alterations to the platform algorithms left some top creators furious in 2016; the infamous YouTube Adpocalypse arrived in 2017; and an overhaul of the monetization rules was introduced in 2018, hitting the smallest creators the hardest. In short, making a name for yourself on YouTube is more difficult now than it's ever been before, and staying on top is just as tricky.

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