Attention Fantasy Football Widows: Celebrifantasy Puts the "Fan" into Fantasy Sports for Women

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Attention Football Widows: stop complaining about losing your men to their fantasy sports addictions and start a celebrity league of your own!

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It's OK to be Addicted

Celebrifantasy, the one-stop online shop for all things celebrity, now offers fantasy celebrity leagues -- all the excitement and competitiveness of fantasy football, with none of the beer belly!

"Women can tap their knowledge of celebrity baby bumps, infidelities and addictions to create fantasy teams," said Celebrifantasy Founder Marc Mitchell. "While men draft quarterbacks and kickers, women can simultaneously draft celebrity rookies and sleepers in leagues of their own."

Celebrifantasy offers both private and public leagues of between two and eight teams. Each team can draft eight celebrities, who can be traded, added and/or dropped weekly, ensuring that players' teams reflect who's hot in the ever-changing celebrity landscape. Teams compete and earn points based on their celebrities' appearances in magazines including People, Us, InTouch and Star.

"Less time spent bugging the men about fantasy football habits…all the better for relationships everywhere," Mitchell added.

The one-stop shop for gossip news and live chat, Celebrifantasy aggregates the web's hottest content from dozens of news sites and blogs in an easy-to-read format. Daily polls pose hot questions, with results inevitably sparking debate within the live chat, a function unique to Celebrifantasy.

Assuring readers "It's OK to be Addicted," Celebrifantasy puts the "fan" back into fantasy, providing an arena to predict what celebrities will do next, offering incredible technology so that fans can engage, enjoy and get competitive with their celebrity addictions.

Launched on April 1, 2008, Celebrifantasy, http://www.celebrifantasy.com, is a community-based lifestyle website that aggregates the latest celebrity news from top gossip news sites and blogs and offers the ability to create and coach fantasy celebrity teams.

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