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Source: Washington Post

Adam Rippon wants to stay famous. But he doesn’t want to be known for skating anymore.

Saturday 15:25 GMT

He’s currently negotiating his own transformation from a person famed for his skill on the ice to one who is famous for being himself — or, to use the more common (and slightly pejorative) phrase, one who is famous for being famous.

It’s almost 9 p.m. and Rippon, 28, is in a hotel room in Fort Myers, Fla., after a long day of learning skating choreography for “Stars on Ice,” but he tells me to take as much time as I need: “I’m just putting on a face mask and not going anywhere.”

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