In a Sunday 'The New York Times' column titled 'Hollywood on Wall Street,' former food critic Frank Bruni sounds off on the left-leaning celebrities who have expressed solidarity with Occupy Wall Street, either in person or via their Twitter feeds. Though he acknowledges that entertainers have as much right as anyone to join the protest, he argues that their involvement could undercut its already muddled message. "With a slowly growing number of actors and musicians paying well-chronicled visits to Zuccotti Park," Bruni writes, "the movement is in danger of becoming a sticky fly strip for entertainers who like to flaunt their self-styled populism: a gadfly strip."
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