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21st Jul '17 2:54:48 PM Axelmania
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** in 2016/2017 the major reasons to watch ROH are Dalton Castle and his Boys and Bullet Club (mostly Young Bucks, bolstered recently with Cody Rhodes as champ)
21st Jul '17 1:02:18 PM PowerfulLewpster
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* According to [[Creator/GlobalRadio British radio station Capital FM]], many people are going to see ''Film/{{Dunkirk}}'' just because Music/HarryStyles is in it.
19th Jul '17 4:35:10 PM N8han11
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* Quite a few people watch ''WesternAnimation/{{Villainous}}'' just because LetsPlay{{Markiplier}} voices 5.0.5.

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* Quite a few people watch ''WesternAnimation/{{Villainous}}'' just because LetsPlay{{Markiplier}} LetsPlay/{{Markiplier}} voices 5.0.5.
13th Jul '17 8:39:13 AM germanlureag
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* It is safe to say that plenty of fangirls only went to see ''WesternAnimation/RiseOfTheGuardians'' because of [[MrFanservice Jack Frost]]. Same with [[FurryFandom furries]] watching it for Bunnymund.

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* It is safe to say that plenty of fangirls some fans only went to see ''WesternAnimation/RiseOfTheGuardians'' because of [[MrFanservice Jack Frost]]. Same with [[FurryFandom furries]] watching it for Bunnymund.
13th Jul '17 6:17:38 AM TwilightLord
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* A lot of people watched ''Series/GamersGuideToPrettyMuchEverything'' just for the episode "The Chillerz", which featured LetsPlay/{{Markiplier}} AsHimself.


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** A few people watched the episodes "#REHASH" and "#HappyHolograms" because LetsPlay/PewDiePie was in them.


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* Quite a few people watch ''WesternAnimation/{{Villainous}}'' just because LetsPlay{{Markiplier}} voices 5.0.5.
26th Jun '17 1:15:29 AM Cindylover1969
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* Critical acclaim (in the first season, anyway) or no, a good deal of the ''{{Series/Nashville}}'' audience watches for the charms of Creator/ConnieBritton and/or Creator/HaydenPanettiere (see also, in the case of the latter, ''{{Series/Heroes}}''). Quite a few ''Series/GeneralHospital'' fans also watch mainly for Jonathan Jackson. And a weird crossover comes from the world of ''Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway'', whose fans watch for Charles "Chip" Esten.

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* Critical acclaim (in the first season, anyway) or no, a good deal of the ''{{Series/Nashville}}'' audience watches for the charms of Creator/ConnieBritton Creator/ConnieBritton[[note]] (until her character... [[KilledOffForReal well, you know]])[[/note]] and/or Creator/HaydenPanettiere (see also, in the case of the latter, ''{{Series/Heroes}}''). Quite a few ''Series/GeneralHospital'' fans also watch mainly for Jonathan Jackson. And a weird crossover comes from the world of ''Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway'', whose fans watch for Charles "Chip" Esten.


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* Similarly, ''Series/{{GLOW}}'' got a fair bit of this. Wrestling + Alison Brie + {{Fanservice}}.
23rd Jun '17 6:44:00 PM WaxingName
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** "Where Are U Now" by Music/{{Skrillex}} and Diplo only became a hit because Music/JustinBieber sang it.
** Music/PapaRoach is by no means an obscure band, even well after their peak. However, 2015's "Gravity" became the most well-known song from its album ''F.E.A.R.'' primarily because it features Maria Brink of Music/InThisMoment.
** Honestly, how many people bought [[Film/TheHungerGamesMockingjayPart1 "The Hanging Tree"]] on iTunes because of James Newton Howard? Or maybe you bought it for Jennifer Lawrence.
** "Stereo Hearts" by Gym Class Heroes and "Locked Away" by R. City only became hits because they both featured Music/{{Maroon 5}}'s Creator/AdamLevine.



* Honestly, how many people bought [[Film/TheHungerGamesMockingjayPart1 "The Hanging Tree"]] on iTunes because of James Newton Howard?
* "Stereo Hearts" by Gym Class Heroes and "Locked Away" by R. City only became hits because they both featured Music/{{Maroon 5}}'s Creator/AdamLevine.
* "Where Are U Now" by Music/{{Skrillex}} and Diplo only became a hit because Music/JustinBieber sang it.



* Music/PapaRoach is by no means an obscure band, even well after their peak. However, 2015's "Gravity" became the most well-known song from its album ''F.E.A.R.'' primarily because it features Maria Brink of Music/InThisMoment.
23rd Jun '17 6:20:42 PM WaxingName
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** Puerto Rican artist Luis Fonsi has always been a very popular figure in the Latin music community, with several albums and singles placing high on the U.S. Latin charts, but he was virtually unknown everywhere else, and throughout much of the 2000s, he was largely irrelevant even in his home base. In 2017, he finally scored a massive international hit with the romantic reggaeton-pop song "Despacito." By that summer, it even broke through the Anglosphere, but it wasn't because of him nor featured rapper Daddy Yankee; it was because of the allure of Music/JustinBieber singing in Spanish (which itself was on a remix; the original version didn't have Bieber at all). This has posed a problem for Bieber after the song blew up, as the song has been inevitably requested heavily at many of his concerts since then, but since he neither knows Spanish nor can remember the song's lyrics, he can't sing the whole song live. This has lead to some negative reactions from Bieber's fans.

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** Puerto Rican artist Luis Fonsi has always been a very popular figure in the Latin music community, with several albums and singles placing high on the U.S. Latin charts, but he was virtually unknown everywhere else, and throughout much of the 2000s, he was largely irrelevant even in his home base. In 2017, he finally scored a massive international hit with the romantic reggaeton-pop song "Despacito." By that summer, it even broke through the Anglosphere, but it wasn't because of him nor featured rapper Daddy Yankee; it was because of the allure of Music/JustinBieber singing in Spanish (which itself was on a remix; the original version didn't have Bieber at all). This has posed a problem for Bieber after the song blew up, as the song has been inevitably requested heavily at many of his concerts since then, but up; since he neither knows Spanish nor can remember the song's lyrics, he can't sing the whole song live. This As the song has been inevitably requested heavily at many of his concerts since then, this has lead to some negative reactions from Bieber's fans.
23rd Jun '17 6:19:35 PM WaxingName
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** Puerto Rican artist Luis Fonsi has always been a very popular popular figure in the Latin music community, with several albums and singles placing high on the U.S. Latin charts, but he was virtually unknown everywhere else, and throughout much of the 2000s, he was largely irrelevant even in his home base. In 2017, he finally scored a massive international hit with the romantic reggaeton-pop song "Despacito." By that summer, it even broke through the Anglosphere, but it wasn't because of him nor featured rapper Daddy Yankee; it was because of the allure of Music/JustinBieber singing in Spanish (which itself was on a remix; the original version didn't have Bieber at all). This has posed a problem for Bieber after the song blew up, as the song has been inevitably requested heavily at many of his concerts since then, but since he neither knows Spanish nor can remember the song's lyrics, he can't sing the whole song live. This has lead to some negative reactions from Bieber's fans.

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** Puerto Rican artist Luis Fonsi has always been a very popular popular figure in the Latin music community, with several albums and singles placing high on the U.S. Latin charts, but he was virtually unknown everywhere else, and throughout much of the 2000s, he was largely irrelevant even in his home base. In 2017, he finally scored a massive international hit with the romantic reggaeton-pop song "Despacito." By that summer, it even broke through the Anglosphere, but it wasn't because of him nor featured rapper Daddy Yankee; it was because of the allure of Music/JustinBieber singing in Spanish (which itself was on a remix; the original version didn't have Bieber at all). This has posed a problem for Bieber after the song blew up, as the song has been inevitably requested heavily at many of his concerts since then, but since he neither knows Spanish nor can remember the song's lyrics, he can't sing the whole song live. This has lead to some negative reactions from Bieber's fans.
23rd Jun '17 12:38:06 PM LaptopGuy
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** Let's face it, Mark Ronson's song "Uptown Funk" was a (worldwide) megahit only for featured artist Music/BrunoMars. A lot of people outside of the U.K. aren't even aware that [[DirectorDisplacement it isn't a Bruno Mars song]].

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** Let's face it, Mark Ronson's song "Uptown Funk" was a (worldwide) megahit only for because of featured artist Music/BrunoMars. A lot of people outside of the U.K. aren't even aware that [[DirectorDisplacement it isn't a Bruno Mars song]].



** Puerto Rican artist Luis Fonsi was originally a moderately popular figure in the Latin music community, with several albums and singles placing high on the U.S. Latin charts. In 2017, he finally scored a massive international hit with the romantic reggaeton-pop song "Despacito." But it wasn't because of him nor featured rapper Daddy Yankee; it was because of the allure of Music/JustinBieber singing in Spanish (which itself was on a remix; the original version didn't have Bieber at all). This has posed a problem for Bieber after the song blew up, as the song has been inevitably requested heavily at many of his concerts since then, but since he neither knows Spanish nor can remember the song's lyrics, he can't sing the whole song live. This has lead to some negative reactions from Bieber's fans.

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** Puerto Rican artist Luis Fonsi was originally has always been a moderately very popular popular figure in the Latin music community, with several albums and singles placing high on the U.S. Latin charts.charts, but he was virtually unknown everywhere else, and throughout much of the 2000s, he was largely irrelevant even in his home base. In 2017, he finally scored a massive international hit with the romantic reggaeton-pop song "Despacito." But By that summer, it even broke through the Anglosphere, but it wasn't because of him nor featured rapper Daddy Yankee; it was because of the allure of Music/JustinBieber singing in Spanish (which itself was on a remix; the original version didn't have Bieber at all). This has posed a problem for Bieber after the song blew up, as the song has been inevitably requested heavily at many of his concerts since then, but since he neither knows Spanish nor can remember the song's lyrics, he can't sing the whole song live. This has lead to some negative reactions from Bieber's fans.
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