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After Tay Tay, what other celebs can Utah attractions sue?

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Posted at 3:35 PM, Feb 03, 2021
and last updated 2021-02-03 18:09:41-05

SALT LAKE CITY — It may take years or even decades before we learn whether the lawsuit filed by Utah theme park Evermore against superstar Taylor Swift bears any fruit. But say the attraction wins, what other popular Beehive State spots might target a celeb or two to make some cash?

READ: Evermore sues Taylor Swift over alleged trademark infringement

No need to wear out the ole' noggin, we've put together a list of upcoming courtroom clashes involving Utah's hotspots.

BRYCE CANYON NATIONAL PARK VS. BRYCE DALLAS HOWARD

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Seriously? Bryce Dallas Howard gets to hang out in Jurassic Park... why take the name of one of our Mighty 5???

ICE CASTLES VS. ICE CASTLES

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Sure, the quickly-forgotten Robby Benson tearjerker was around before our own Ice Castles, but other than the Melissa Manchester classic, "Through the Eyes of Love," what has the movie done for our joy that Midway's Ice Castles doesn't do every winter?

ZION NATIONAL PARK VS. ZION WILLIAMSON

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Take it easy, young Zion. You've been in the NBA for just over a season. Utah's Zion has been playing in the big leagues since 1919.

BRIDAL VEIL FALLS VS. BRIDAL VEIL FALLS

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We won't deny the Yosemite version of Bridal Veil Falls gets more publicity, but, well... there is no but. We'll move along.

DINOSAUR NATIONAL MONUMENT VS. "ROSS GELLER"

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People have lived in the area now called Dinosaur National Monument for thousands of years. Ross Geller has been a paleontologist for what, 20?