Celeste may refer to: Contents 1 People, 2 Places, 3 Products, 4 Music, 5 Film and fiction, 6 Other uses, People: Celeste Buckingham (born 1995), Slovak-American singer, Celeste Holm (1917-2012), American actress, Madame Céleste (1815-1882), French dancer and actress, Dick Celeste (born 1937), American politician - governor of Ohio 1983-1991, Ted Celeste (born 1945), American politician in Ohio, Celeste Bonin or Kaitlyn (wrestler) (born 1986), American model, bodybuilder and professional wrestler, Arianny Celeste (born 1985), American model and ring girl, Celeste (pornographic actress) (born 1972), former pornographic actress, Places: Celeste Lake, Bolivia, Mount Celeste, unofficial name of a mountain on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, Celeste River, Costa Rica, Celeste, Texas, a rural city in North Texas, Products: Mitsubishi Celeste, a Japanese car, Celeste (frozen pizza), The Groovy Girls doll line, by Manhattan Toy, features a doll named Celeste., Music: Celesta, a musical instrument, also known as a celeste, Voix céleste, a pipe organ stop, Celeste pedal, a type of pedal on some early pianos, "Celeste" (song), a song by Laura Pausini, "Celeste", a song by Donovan from the album Sunshine Superman, "Celeste" concert studio, a concert studio in Belgium, Film and fiction: Céleste (film), a 1982 German film about the life of Marcel Proust, Celeste Cuckoo, a member of the Stepford Cuckoos, Marvel Comics fictional mutant quintuplets, Celeste, a minor character from the Six Feet Under TV series played by Michelle Trachtenberg, Celeste, a former runner from the game Mirror's Edge, Celeste, the wife and cousin of Babar the Elephant, Celeste, a toy character from Doc McStuffins, Celeste, a character from the game Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, Other uses: Tropical Storm Celeste (disambiguation), La Celeste, nickname of the Uruguay national football team, Celeste Center, a multipurpose arena in Columbus, Ohio, Celeste (color), a turquoise-blue color most commonly called sky blue in English. Bleu celeste, heraldic tincture.,

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