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What do top-Hollywood earner Tom Cruise, talk show host Ellen DeGeneres and rock star Keith Richards have in common?

They are all celebrities “of a certain age,” still dominating their respective fields.

CNN recently put together a segment explaining how aging celebrities are changing the face of fame, putting to rest the notion that only the young embody Hollywood glamour.

America’s 80 million non-celebrity baby boomers are helping their favorite childhood stars stay in the spotlight through buying concert and movie tickets, according to the video.

“Right now you’ve got a serious financial problem with Millenials,” said Lesley Jane Seymor, editor-in-chief of More Magazine. “You now have to wake up and say, ‘Let's see, whose got the money to go to the movies?’ It’s people who have some economic power, and it’s not going to be just the 20-somethings.”

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