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'Potter' star: 'Fame has been devalued'

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'Potter' star: 'Fame has been devalued'

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Harry Potter star Bonnie Wright has complained that some celebrities are famous for no reason.

Wright, who plays Ginny Weasley in the films, explained that she always thought that only talented people achieved recognition.

"Starting out so young, the idea of 'fame', to me, was for people who were much older - who had won Oscars or done amazing things," she told Now magazine.

"I always saw it as something of a much higher calibre. So many girls have become famous for literally nothing - other than falling out of clubs in shocking clothing or going out with a different person every week."

However, Wright praised her co-star Emma Watson and admitted that they chat about fashion together.

"We swap tips and talk about collections we've liked, but there's no rivalry," she said.

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