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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
The expression is a paraphrase of Andy Warhol's statements, in 1968 that
"In the future, everyone will be famous for 15 minutes."

Becoming bored with continually being asked about this particular statement, Warhol deliberately tried to confuse interviewers by changing the statement to:
"In the future 15 people will be famous." 
and  "In 15 minutes everybody will be famous."

Some people believe Warhol's point was actually that the public attention span would diminish to the point that mass audiences would only pay attention to any issue for 15 minutes.

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